The Blaine County Journal News-Opinion - We've Got The County Covered

Several Chinook High graduates have gone on to Law Enforcement

 

September 9, 2020

Hill County Sheriff Chief Deputy Corey Matkin, a 1994 graduate of Chinook High School retired this past Thursday after 21 years if service. Matkin said he will certainly miss his Law Enforcement family, but that it was time to move on.

Without question the vast majority of those men and women that take the selfless act to serve their communities, state and country by becoming involved in law enforcement have done so with outstanding service, valor and integrity the position requires. Very few individuals have the courage to do a vital job, that comes with high risk to one's self, with little gratitude and often requires dealing with folks who are not having the best of days.

Chinook High School is by no means big, even by rural Montana standards, but several of its alumni have taken the challenge to serve and protect, in...



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