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Stone Will Not Seek Third Benton County Term

Posted: February 25, 2014 at 5 a.m.

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Van Stone will not seek another term as Benton County prosecuting attorney. "Today I announce my decision not to seek a third term as prosecuting attorney in order to pursue another opportunity," Stone said Monday. "It has been a tremendous privilege and honor to serve in the office for the past 16 years as a deputy prosecutor and prosecuting attorney. I am thankful to the people of Benton County for trusting me to do the work I have loved."

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