Mon Aug 3, 2020

Hallsboro Middle transformed for courtrooms

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Columbus County Sheriff's Office IT staffer Bernard White jokes with Clerk of Court employees Sequoya Hunt and Susan King while checking the video and audio feed from the detention center to Hallsboro Middle School Wednesday afternoon. Also pictured are Clerk of Court Jess Hill, left, and Resident Superior Court Judge Doug Sasser.

Hallsboro Middle School, left vacant by school closings this year, was abuzz with activity Wednesday afternoon as court officials and maintenance workers made the campus ready for court at 9 a.m. the next morning.

“I’ll be here early, as well as everybody else,” said Clerk of Court Jess Hill

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