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Osborn leaving county attorney post

After 15 years in prosecution, she’s taking over private practice

May 4, 2013

After four years as Webster County attorney, Ricki Osborn announced Friday that she will be stepping down May 31 to practice in another area of law....

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FDFIRST

May-06-13 10:28 AM

Who's the other Happy face in the picture?

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Whatever

May-06-13 6:33 AM

Well James what do you suppose we do when the parents won't get their kids to school or even contribute to their absences. There are laws in place that require kids of a certain age to be in school. Our county attorney rarely follows through leaving many of these kids to wander the streets and get involved in several illegal activities. We need to hold these parents accountable and get the kids back in school.

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ftdodger

May-06-13 12:19 AM

I've never really dealt with county attorney, but I have gotten tired of seeing plea deals over the years. As far as working with schools on attendance issues, maybe taking a stricter stance would be all that is needed for parents to get involved more?

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klm82006

May-05-13 11:31 PM

I wish her good luck with her new endeavor

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comment8er

May-05-13 10:28 PM

A county attorney who speaks English would be an improvement.

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jamesf

May-05-13 9:19 PM

The "Parents" need to be held accountible.

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jamesf

May-05-13 9:17 PM

Whatever, Why is it everyones job to be a parent but the parent?

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Whatever

May-05-13 8:30 PM

Maybe we can get a county attorney in there that will work better with the schools when it comes to attendance issues at the schools. More kids in school = less kids on the street, which will keep kids out of the juvenile courts.

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comment8er

May-04-13 6:28 PM

"...and he's been well-respected towards me."

What does that mean?

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