The Missouri Justice Project is still several months ahead of the original schedule I had set up. And yet, I feel like I should be moving faster.
I was blessed to get to sit down with one of Holt County's retired sheriffs on November 16, and it was a terrific interview. He had to weather three major environmental disasters in his first two years in office. No sooner had the county began to recover from one than it seemed another was flowing over the horizon or raining from the skies. The transcription is nearly completed on this interview. I will be sending it back for final review before printing the copy to be donated.
Last night, I was able to sit down with one of Nodaway County's retired sheriffs, one of the very few, if not the only one, to have served more than three terms. I am eager to begin transcribing that interview and making it a part of the Nodaway County archives.