Previous story didn’t correctly cite sheriff candidate Mike Toth’s full work experience

Print Article

In the Nov. 22 issue of the Mineral Independent, the article, “Sheriff Bauer Quits: Boone takes interim post” Mike Toth was reported to have applied for the acting sheriff’s position at a recent commissioners’ meeting.

In that story, it was listed that Toth had moved to Seattle and was a federal security guard. This was incomplete.

Toth moved to Seattle in 2004 to work as a Seattle police officer and worked his way up to detective. He was an officer in the bar district at night, which he said was a busy and educational assignment.

From Seattle he was recruited to work for the Renton, Washington, police department and worked as a detective on major felony property crime cases, as well as helped with personal crime scenes. From there he moved to Billings and became a private detective and worked part-time as a federal security guard at the federal courthouse.

There he joined the union and was hired as the union director for the United Government Security Guards of America union in Denver. In that position, he traveled around the country and worked with local unions with contract negotiations.

Print Article

Read More Local News

Hot Springs PTO put the Christmas in bazaar

December 15, 2017 at 12:29 pm | Clark Fork Valley Press The Hot Springs PTO group brought a lot of Christmas cheer to their annual fundraiser over the weekend. A steady flow of locals all converge at the elementary school to grab some hidden treasures a...

Comments

Read More

Plains slower speed limit proposal passes

December 15, 2017 at 12:29 pm | Clark Fork Valley Press During the recent Plains City Council meeting, Rocky Mountain Surveyor’s Ron Warren requested the city extend the slower speeds leading out of town. With the work of the soon-to-be-new Baldy Tyres s...

Comments

Read More

Remembrance tree added to hospice gala

December 15, 2017 at 12:29 pm | Clark Fork Valley Press The Clark Fork Valley Hospital put on another successful Tree of Life event for their hospice care at the Paradise Center last week. Approximately 50 people converged at the Sanders County Arts Cou...

Comments

Read More

Why Thompson Falls High School stands out to me

December 15, 2017 at 12:29 pm | Clark Fork Valley Press [Editor’s note: Bennette King is the first of three finalists who took part in the Valley Press Reporters Contest. Each finalist was awarded $50 sponsored by Jay Knopp Pro Rodeo Announcing & Auct...

Comments

Read More

Contact Us

(406) 826-3402
105 W. Lynch
P.O. Box 667
Plains, MT 59859

©2017 Clark Fork Valley Press | Mineral Independent Terms of Use Privacy Policy
X
X