High Schools Receive Fatal Vision Goggles From Sheriff

Jackson County Sheriff’s Department recently received funding which allowed the sheriff to provide area high schools with ‘fatal vision’ goggles, which are used to show students how alcohol impairs vision.
Pictured at the presentation last Thursday are Sheriff Marc Lahrman, Dan Sievert, principal at Trinity Lutheran High School; Greg Walker, assistant principal at Brownstown Central High School; Mary Beavers, health and physical education teacher at Medora High School; Peggy Kovert, health and physical education teacher at BCHS; Drew Markel, assistant principal at Crothersville High School; Leah Schill and Joey Needler, members of Students Against Drunk Driving at Crothersville, and Det. Bob Lucas of the sheriff’s department.