Law firm donates courthouse thermometers

SAFER COURTROOMS — Attorney Donovan Dobbs (left) of Ozark-based Appleby Healy P.C. donated non-contact thermometers to Christian County Sheriff Brad Cole’s (right) office. Deputies working court campus security check the temperatures of each person who enters a court building on a daily basis. “We know that COVID-19 has been hard on the county and we wanted to help the county protect all that enter their buildings as things begin to opeback up,” Dobbs said.

Attorney Donovan Dobbs (left) of Ozark-based Appleby Healy P.C. donated non-contact thermometers to Christian County Sheriff Brad Cole’s (right) office. Deputies working court campus security check the temperatures of each person who enters a court building on a daily basis.

“We know that COVID-19 has been hard on the county and we wanted to help the county protect all that enter their buildings as things begin to open back up,” Dobbs said.

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