In the Wednesday, July 4, edition of the Journal Record, the newspaper inadvertently omitted some information from Marion County Commission District 1 candidate Keith H. Nichols’ portion of the story entitled, “Your guide to Marion County’s 2018 runoff election.”
Nichols said that he believes his business experience makes him a stronger candidate for the position.
It has given him experience working with the public and required him to make financial decisions, equipment purchases, job bids and manage funds.
He said that he will assess roads and funds available for major construction. Nichols said he will work with the sheriff on the jail problem, as well as focusing on school safety.
Nichols said that he will help recruit industries and promote expanding the county water system. He stressed he will work toward keeping competitive gas prices and working to retain more of the gas taxes generated in the county.
The Journal Record tries to publish information correctly the first time, but if we fail to do so—either on the part of our staff or our sources, we will be glad to correct it.
To request a correction or clarification, call staff writers Scott Johnson at 921-3104 or Mandye Green at 487-3278.
Hamilton Police Dept.
HAMILTON - The following arrests and activities were reported by the Hamilton Police Department for the period of June 26-July 2:
Incident and offense cases
Four for third-degree domestic violence; three each for unkempt property and possession of drug paraphernalia; and one each for harassment, third-degree burglary, third-degree trespassing, fourth-degree theft of property, second-degree possession of marijuana, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, leaving scene of accident and illegal possession of prescription drugs.
Arrests or citations
Eight for speeding; four for driving with a suspended/revoked license; three each for no insurance and possession of drug paraphernalia; and one each for driving under the influence, improper tag, driving without a license, third-degree domestic violence, second-degree possession of marijuana, fugitive from justice, illegal possession of prescription drugs, reckless driving, failure to yield for emergency vehicle, unauthorized use of a vehicle, public intoxication, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and third-degree trespassing.
Five wrecks were reported for the week.
See complete story in the Journal Record.