Jim Barber, second from left, retired Tuesday as manager of Southeast Communications Center, the 911 dispatch center operated by Benton County Emergency Services. In this file photo, dispatcher Esther Duncan, is honored for giving CPR directions to a 911 caller that helped the man save his wife’s life by Richland City Manager Cindy Reents, center, now-former Richland Police Chief Tony Corsi, left, and Barber.
Jim Barber, second from left, retired Tuesday as manager of Southeast Communications Center, the 911 dispatch center operated by Benton County Emergency Services. In this file photo, dispatcher Esther Duncan, is honored for giving CPR directions to a 911 caller that helped the man save his wife’s life by Richland City Manager Cindy Reents, center, now-former Richland Police Chief Tony Corsi, left, and Barber. Herald/Bob Brawdy Herald file
Jim Barber, second from left, retired Tuesday as manager of Southeast Communications Center, the 911 dispatch center operated by Benton County Emergency Services. In this file photo, dispatcher Esther Duncan, is honored for giving CPR directions to a 911 caller that helped the man save his wife’s life by Richland City Manager Cindy Reents, center, now-former Richland Police Chief Tony Corsi, left, and Barber. Herald/Bob Brawdy Herald file

Veteran dispatcher takes command as Benton County 911 manager retires

August 31, 2016 06:01 PM

UPDATED August 31, 2016 07:54 PM

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