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It’s an odd feeling, to be awake when the county is asleep. But while most everyone else sleeps, you have a job to do — there are inmates who need to be watched and babies who need to be bathed. Machinery needs oil, a small crowd needs one more beer and some folks will want a donut or two to start the day. So when the sun begins to set, there are those who get ready to work through the night. …

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