"Having a quicker response to southern Calhoun is part of my job," said new Deputy Sheriff Ron Bandy, who is stationed at Sheriff Allen Parsons sub-station in the Minnora Center. Bandy, who lives on the Clay-Kanawha line, "can reach the area in 20-25 minutes when I'm off-duty."

Deputy Ron Bandy at Minnora Station

"Our goal is to continue to improve coverage in the area," he said. I'll be in this office several evenings a week.

He said access to I-79 from Big Otter will allow him to transport more quickly to the regional jail at Flatwoods and make Charleston trips, often saving time and money.

"It has been rewarding to work for Sheriff Parsons. We're pretty much on the same track and we want to serve the public," he concluded. "Parsons believes in being firm, fair and professional. I do to," he concluded.

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