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Celebrating on Thursday (August 17) the start of a new residential youth offender facility in Nash were representatives of cooperating agencies. A check of $245,200 was presented from the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development office to kick off the renovation of an old school building in Nash. At the check presentation were (from left): Nash Mayor Terry Doty; Mike Schrammel and Brent Kisling, both of the USDA; SWOSU President John Hays; Todd Chambers, Nash youth offender facility director; Kim Sardis, Office of Juvenile Affairs; and Bryce Marlatt, representative from U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe’s office.