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By Judge Joe Dabulskis

The Sherman County Court is proud to announce the appointment of its newest member, Justin Miller.  Commissioner Miller was sworn in October 21, 2020 to finish the term of Commissioner Tom McCoy who retired at the end of September, 2020. 

Judge Joe Dabulskis (right) swears in new Sherman County Commissioner Justin Miller on October 21, 2020.

Commissioner Miller states “I am proud to have grown up in Sherman County and am grateful for the experiences, services and support that were provided to me.  I feel fortunate to have benefited from a K-12 education, community support in extracurricular activities as well as the many great examples set by members of the community who gave their time and skills for the betterment of Sherman County.  I feel it is important to give back to this community, and what better opportunity than to follow in the footsteps of prior commissioners and judges whose leadership I have valued and respected.  I have appreciated their commitment to put the best interest of the citizens of Sherman County first.”

Commissioner Miller may be one of the youngest commissioners to serve on the Sherman County Court.

Thank you to all those that were willing to serve.


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