Officials at the Miller County Courthouse are currently looking for volunteers who can assist in moving everything out of the 55, 500 square foot building due to the recent pipe burst and water damage that occurred in last week's winter storm shutdown.

According to Miller County Judge Cathy Hardin Harrison's Facebook page. "We are in desperate need of help moving. We have hired movers, we are using 309s (inmates) and I have pulled a patch crew from the road department, not to mention the employees, including our circuit judges. If you know of someone would you please let me know?

Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you to Steve Ledwell for the use of their trucks. I do want to add that everyone is working really hard but this is basically a six-story building and the elevator is not working. And everything must be moved including furniture, file cabinets and more out of all the offices by next week.

If you would like to volunteer, please let Judge Cathy Hardin Harrison know on her Facebook page as phones are not working. Anything you are able to do will be greatly appreciated.

All courthouse operations have already been moved to the Landmark building at 210 Stateline Avenue along with the Miller County Assessor and Tax Collector's offices. The Circuit Clerk is open and located at the SWAT building on East Street. The Circuit Judiciary offices have yet to be moved.

The general public can make a court payment online if you prefer here.

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