Gambling on education


Union County’s Multi-Agency Drug Enforcement (MADE) task force seized more than 200m computers as part of an internet gambling investigation. Officials decided to donate 60 of the computers to local schools. Pictured above are, from left, Union County Prosecutor Dave Phillips, Marysville Police Chief Floyd Golden, Marysville Exempted Village School District Superintendent Diane Mankins, North Union Superintendent Rich Baird, Fairbanks Superintendent Bob Humble and Union County Sheriff Jamie Patton.
(Journal-Tribune photo by Mac Cordell)
Computers  confiscated from gaming parlors donated to local schools
Several dozen computers that began as Internet gambling terminals are now being put to better use.

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