Fact-checking Betty Shelby’s attorney’s appearance with Pat Campbell

Betty Shelby, right, leaves the courtroom beside her attorney, Shannon McMurray. Shelby was ordered bound over for trial for first-degree manslaughter. DYLAN GOFORTH/The Frontier
The day before Betty Shelby was ordered to stand trial, her attorney discussed the case on the Pat Campbell Show on KFAQ radio.
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Deputy Mayor Michael Junk, Chief of Staff Jack Blair to earn top salaries in G.T. Bynum administration

Mayor-Elect G.T. Bynum released the annual salaries he will pay his 11-member staff. Bynum will be paid $105,000, as dictated by the city Charter. DYLAN GOFORTH/The Frontier
Overall, Bynum will spend $916,500 a year on Mayor’s Office staffing. The figure is slightly higher than the $915,461 Bartlett budgeted for staff salaries this fiscal year. However, Bynum’s staff includes 11 staff people, compared to nine on Bartlett’s staff.
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River Parks enthusiasts, meet Janet Kendall, the quiet, steady force behind the park’s success

Janet Kendall, the longest-seeing employee at River Parks Authority, is retiring from her full-time position as administrative manager on Dec. 1. Kendall, 66, was the second employee ever hired by River Parks. KEVIN CANFIELD/The Frontier
Established in 1974, River Parks today comprises more than 26 miles of paved trails and 300 acres of Turkey Mountain.
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Welcome to The Saloon

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With our transition from a for-profit to a nonprofit model, The Frontier has also created a new addition to our website for commentary and opinion: The Saloon.
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The Frontier is taking down its paywall

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In order to expand the reach of its investigative journalism, The Frontier will lift its paywall beginning Tuesday as part of its transition to a nonprofit model.
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