Wayne County Gets Interim Sheriff

Wayne County Gets Interim Sheriff

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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- The Wayne County Commission has appointed sheriff's Deputy Kurt Taylor as interim sheriff.

He fills a vacancy first created when an unqualified write-in candidate defeated the incumbent in November's election.

Taylor has been a Wayne County deputy sheriff for six years and served two years with Ephraim's police.

He will stand for election in November 2004 for a special two-year term. That is according to a copyright report in The Salt Lake Tribune. In 2006, Wayne County voters will elect a sheriff for the regular four-year term.

(Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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