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Sheriff’s department headed to TV

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Department will air its first television show this month on public access channel 26.

The program, taped live in the Douglas County communications center, will feature different subjects each month and take phone calls from viewers. The show will air every Thursday of the month at 7 p.m.

November’s show features a discussion on driving under the influence, how officers are trained, and what they look for on the road. Deputy Mark Daigle will be on hand to answer questions.



On Dec. 2, Sheriff’s Investigator Ted Duzan will be the guest. Topics of discussion will include domestic violence and plans for New Year’s Eve in Stateline. Sgt. Lance Modispacher will host the one-hour forum.

To dial in, call (775) 782-6288.


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