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Lyman County sheriff appointed to 24/7 advisory board

Lyman County Sheriff Steve Manger has been appointed to the South Dakota 24/7 Sobriety Program Advisory Board, Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg announced Thursday.

Lyman County Sheriff Steve Manger has been appointed to the South Dakota 24/7 Sobriety Program Advisory Board, Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg announced Thursday.

"He has dealt firsthand with the 24/7 Sobriety Program since its inception," Ravnsborg said. "Steve's experience in law enforcement and his oversight of the 24/7 Sobriety Program in his county make him the perfect fit for this board position."

Manger, who has been sheriff for eight years, is currently the vice president of the South Dakota Sheriff's Association's executive board and works with the Lyman County Ambulance Service, the Kennebec Volunteer Fire Department and the South Dakota LAST Team. Previously, he served as the county's emergency management director.

The 24/7 program began in 2005 and now consists of 67 police departments, sheriff's offices and other agencies that work with the attorney general's office.

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