Then Morgan County-Judge Executive Tim Conley walked by a damaged house in West Liberty on Feb. 20, 2013, nearly a year after a tornado damaged much of the area. Conley pleaded guilty last year to a charge stemming from a kickback scheme involving local building projects.
Then Morgan County-Judge Executive Tim Conley walked by a damaged house in West Liberty on Feb. 20, 2013, nearly a year after a tornado damaged much of the area. Conley pleaded guilty last year to a charge stemming from a kickback scheme involving local building projects. Herald-Leader
Then Morgan County-Judge Executive Tim Conley walked by a damaged house in West Liberty on Feb. 20, 2013, nearly a year after a tornado damaged much of the area. Conley pleaded guilty last year to a charge stemming from a kickback scheme involving local building projects. Herald-Leader

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