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Stephens County officials sworn in for new year

Stephens County officials sworn in for new year
January 03
11:54 2023

Several Stephens County officials were sworn in on Friday and this morning in the district courtroom at the Stephens County Courthouse.

County Judge Michael Roach was officially sworn in on Friday, Dec. 30. He will have a ceremonial swearing in by District Judge Stephen Bristow on Thursday, Jan. 5, at the Courthouse.

Also sworn in on Friday were Justice of the Peace Steve Spoon, Precinct 4 County Commissioner Eric O’Dell and Precinct 2 County Commissioner Mark McCullough.

Sworn in this morning, Tuesday, Jan. 3, were County Clerk Jackie Ensey, County Treasurer Sharon Trigg, District Clerk Christie Coapland, Commissioners Court Clerk Cecelia Gonzales, Deputy County Clerk Amy Barrera, Deputy District Clerk Brenda Mahan, Deputy Treasurer Mary O’Dell and Justice of the Peace Clerk Adelfa Diaz.

Justice, the support dog for the Justice of the Peace’s office/ Municipal Court, joins JP Steve Spoon and JP Clerk Adelfa Diaz on Tuesday morning. Spoon was sworn in on Friday, and Diaz was sworn in on Tuesday. (Courtesy Photo)

Stephens County Clerk Jackie Ensey is sworn in by County Judge Michael Roach on Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023. (Courtesy Photo)

Stephens County Treasurer Sharon Trigg is sworn in by County Judge Michael Roach on Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023. (Courtesy Photo)

District Clerk Christie Coapland is sworn in by County Judge Michael Roach on Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023. (Courtesy Photo)

Cutline, top photo: Stephens County officials who were sworn in on Tuesday, Jan. 3, included, from left, Commissioners Court Clerk Cecelia Gonzales, County Clerk Jackie Ensey, Deputy County Clerk Amy Barrera, District Clerk Christie Coapland, Deputy District Clerk Brenda Mahan, County Treasurer Sharon Trigg and Deputy Treasurer Mary O’Dell. Also sworn in on Tuesday was Justice of the Peace Clerk Adelfa Diaz. Sworn in on Friday were County Judge Michael Roach, Justice of the Peace Steve Spoon, Precinct 4 County Commissioner Eric O’Dell and Precinct 2 County Commissioner Mark McCullough. (Courtesy Photo)

 

 

 

 

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