Highland Police Chief Terry Bell, left, presents the Telecommunicator of the Year, which is sponsored by the Highland Moose Club, to Brad Sutton.
Highland Police Chief Terry Bell, left, presents the Telecommunicator of the Year, which is sponsored by the Highland Moose Club, to Brad Sutton. Curt Libbra News Leader
Highland Police Chief Terry Bell, left, presents the Telecommunicator of the Year, which is sponsored by the Highland Moose Club, to Brad Sutton. Curt Libbra News Leader

Highland Optimist, Rotary and Moose clubs honor local police

May 27, 2015 12:02 PM

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