When leaders of the Maplewood Neighborhood Association first suggested the organization counter persistent gang issues by donating money to a ...
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January 20, 2013
An inmate adds dressing to a salad while preparing a kosher lunch at the Clark County Jail Work Center on Friday. Food costs are on the rise at the county jail and one of the reasons is an increasing number of inmates are requesting more expensive kosher meals. Food Services Manager Joe Loftgren says he’s looking at all options for saving money, including changing the way the jail dresses salads to save as little as 5 cents per plate.