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Pawnee County sheriff, deputy happy to assist

Jim Misunas Great Bend Tribune Law enforcement assistance arrives in a Pawnee County sheriff’s vehicle.

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Pawnee County Sheriff Scott King and deputy Chason Lueth were on the frontline helping assist with Barton County’s simulated emergency exercise Saturday. King and Lueth served as mentors and Pawnee County provided vehicles and equipment.
Students in nursing, law enforcement, EMS training and lab technicians learned valuable lessons in simulated exercises that portrayed authentic life-and-death situations at Barton Community College in Great Bend.  More than 150 people participated as students, teachers, mentors and volunteers.
“We’re happy to help out,” King said. “There are valuable lessons to be learned for the students. It ...

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