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  • Elmore County Sheriff retires after 40 years' service

    After 40 years in law enforcement, 30 as sheriff of Elmore County, Rick Layher has decided to retire. Layher said the Air Force brought him to Mountain Home and it's where he decided to stay, helping with law enforcement and eventually joining the sheriff's department.

After 40 years in law enforcement, 30 as sheriff of Elmore County, Rick Layher has decided to retire. Layher said the Air Force brought him to Mountain Home and it's where he decided to stay, helping with law enforcement and eventually joining the sheriff's department. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
After 40 years in law enforcement, 30 as sheriff of Elmore County, Rick Layher has decided to retire. Layher said the Air Force brought him to Mountain Home and it's where he decided to stay, helping with law enforcement and eventually joining the sheriff's department. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

After 3 decades, there’s a new sheriff in town for Elmore County — and a new prosecutor

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