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COAL COUNTYCOMMISSIONER JOHNNY D. WARD (left) visited the Oklahoma State Capitol Tuesday (April 6) as a member of the Association of County Commissioners of Oklahoma Legislative Committee. Here, Ward visits with Senator Jay Paul Gumm, who represents most of Coal County, on issues important to county government. Gumm said he appreciated the insight from county officers like Commissioner Ward. �ounty officers bring a wisdom to the Capitol that is sometimes in short supply in this building,�Gumm said. �t was an honor to visit with the commissioner and I appreciate his willingness to speak out on issues important to our area.�

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Coal County Commissioner Johnny D. Ward (left) visited the Oklahoma State Capitol Tuesday (April 6) as a member of the Association of County Commissioners of Oklahoma Legislative Committee. Here, Ward visits with Senator Jay Paul Gumm, who represents most of Coal County, on issues important to county government. Gumm said he appreciated the insight from county officers like Commissioner Ward. “County officers bring a wisdom to the Capitol that is sometimes in short supply in this building,” Gumm said. “It was an honor to visit with the commissioner and I appreciate his willingness to speak out on issues important to our area.”

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