Alfalfa County Courthouse doors to remain locked


April 15, 2020

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Left:Alfalfa County Sheriff Rick Wallace and Deputy Sheriff Gary Mast happily receive boxes of personal protective equipment delivered by the county's emergency manager Shana Smallwood. Right: Mike Irwin with the Aline Responder Unit holds a box of personal protection equipment (PPE) delivered by Shana Smallwood, Alfalfa County's emergency manager. Smallwood made deliveries to units in Goltry, Helena and Jet as well.

Alfalfa County Courthouse doors have been closed (mostly) to the public for almost a month now, and with COVID-19 still threatening, commissioners voted to keep them that way.

Jay Hague, Stan Tucker and Marvin Woodall decided to wait for a cue from the district attorney or governor's office before they made any changes to the protocol previously enacted: the courthouse doors will stay locked at all times except for the south entrance located by the sheriff's office, and the public's access will be limited only to allow entry for fundamental and specific reasons. Those reasons include but a...

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