Victim Rights

What to do if you have been a victim of a crime: 

If you have been a victim of a crime or witnessed a crime in progress, call 911.
If you have been a victim of a crime that does not require an emergency response, or if you desire to file a report of a crime call the Lyon County Sheriff's Office at (507) 537-7666 - 24 hours a day.
Crime Victims Rights:
As a crime victim, you are afforded rights under MN Statute 611A.015
  1. You have the right to apply for financial help for losses resulting from a violent crime. This assistance does not cover property losses. For application and information call 612-282-6256 or outside the Twin City area call 1-800-247-0390 or TDD 1-612-282-6555.
  2. Under certain circumstances you have the right to request that the Lyon County Sheriff's Office withhold public access to data revealing your identity. MN Statute: 13.82 Subd. 17.
  3. You have the right, if an offender is charged, to be informed of and participate in the prosecution process, including the right to request restitution (money court ordered from the offender and paid to the victim). 
  4. If you feel your rights as a victim have been violated, you can contact the MN Crime Victims Ombudsman's Office at 1-612-282-6258 or 1-800-247-0390 or TDD 1-612-282-6555. 
Domestic Assault Victim Rights:
You can ask the county or city attorney to file a criminal complaint. You also have the right to go to court and file a petition requesting an Order for Protection from domestic abuse. The order may include the following:  
  • An order restraining the abuser from further acts of abuse.
  • An order directing the abuser to leave your household.
  • An order preventing the abuser from entering your home (or reasonable area around your home), school, business, or place of employment.
  • An order awarding you or the other parent custody of / or visitation of your minor children.
  • An order directing the abuser to pay support to you and the minor if the abuser has a court order indicating such.  
You also have the right to notification if prosecution of the case is declined or criminal charges are dismissed.    
You may call "Women's Rural Advocacy Programs (WRAP)" CRISIS LINE: (507) 532-2350 or 1-800-639-2350 for assistance in getting your Order for Protection. 
Local Advocacy Programs:
New Horizons Crisis Center:
The mission of New Horizons Crisis Center includes but is not limited to, providing services and support for crime victims, advocacy for families, and educational programs in Lincoln, Lyon, Murray, and Redwood Counties.
Women's Rural Advocacy Programs (WRAP):
Is a cooperative of Domestic Violence Community Advocacy programs serving southwestern Minnesota.  One of the services they offer to battered women is providing information - about their situation, their options, and their rights.
Safe At Home Address Confidentiality Program:
Safe at Home is a program offered by the Secretary of State’s office in collaboration with local victim service providers. This program became effective September 1, 2007 and is designed to help survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, or others who fear for their safety establish a confidential address.
The intent of Safe at Home is to allow its participants to go about their lives, interacting with public and private entities, without leaving traces of where they really live in an attempt to keep their abuser from locating them.  Safe at Home provides a mail forwarding service. Participants use an address that Safe at Home assigns them and their correspondence is forwarded to their actual mailing address, which is not disclosed. Safe at Home also accepts service of process on the participant’s behalf.


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The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office Investigative Division is made up of one Investigator who investigates major crimes such as sexual assaults, burglaries, child abuse, physical assaults, homicide, financial and internet crimes, as well as assisting the patrol deputies when necessary. The Investigator follows up on reports taken by patrol deputies. This division receives reports from Family Services and the Lyon County Attorney’s Office, and handle assignments directed by the Sheriff, or Sergeants. This division can also assist in investigating crime scenes with photographs, fingerprints, and other forensic evidence. Cases that are sent to the Investigative Division by patrol deputies are reviewed by the Investigator and followed up on appropriately. If there are no leads, the case is filed as inactive. If there is additional information that surfaces the case can be reopened and investigated at such time. The Investigative Division is also in charge of undercover operations such as alcohol and tobacco stings and drug sale crimes. All background checks for hiring within the department are handled by the Investigative Division. The Investigative Division also assists with internal investigations for other agencies. If anyone is interested in leaving information on a crime that has been committed, they are encouraged to call:

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Jail - Contact Information



Brad Marks: #147

Jail Administrator: Lyon County (507) 929-6647

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Mike Portinga #155

Program Sergeant: Lyon County Jail (507) 929-6640

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Hillary Buysse #175

Lyon County Jail Reception/Jail Records (507) 929-6622

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The Lyon County Jail is located at 611 West Main Street in Marshall, Minnesota.  You may call the Jail directly at (507) 929-6623.  The Jail is connected to the Lyon County Law Enforcement Center and directly adjacent to the Lyon County Courthouse.  

For questions regarding the current jail operation please call Brad Marks at (507) 929-6647.   For questions regarding work or school release programs please contact Sergeant Mike Portinga at (507) 929-6640.  Sergeant Portinga also handles all release programs and is able to assist and answer questions as needed in reference to medical/dental/mental health issues in relation to the Lyon County Jail.

Please direct your jail records questions, and jail reception related matters to Hillary Buysse during business hours.    

Basic Policies for the Jail

Visiting Hours:

The following rules will apply to all professional and personal visits. Violations of visiting rules and regulations by an inmate or visitor may result in the loss of visiting privileges. Violations of visiting rules and regulations by a visitor may result in the visitor being removed or banned from the facility. These rules have been established to provide for the safety and security of the jail, inmates, staff, and visitors.

Visits may be denied and/or terminated for any of the following reasons:  

  • Eating or drinking in the visiting rooms.
  • The use of cell phones within the facility during visiting.
  • The passing of materials to an inmate except for legal materials, which has already been inspected and approved by a Correctional Officer.
  • If a visitor(s) is under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.
  • If a visitor refuses to submit to search procedures. 
  • If a visitor refuses or fails to produce required identification or provides false identifying information.
  • If a visitor(s) allows their children to disturb others.
  • If a visitor(s) engages in inappropriate activity or inappropriate atire.
  • If a visitor(s) conduct is deemed by Correctional staff as disruptive to the order and operations of the facility or the safety and security of the facility.
  • If a visitor(s) fails to follow facility rules or staff directives.

Professional Visitation:

Professional visiting is reserved for visitors entering the facility in a professional capacity. This may include Clergy, Probation/Parole Officers, Law Enforcement Officers, Attorneys, Bail Bondsman, Social Workers, medical professionals, and mental health professionals. All professional visitors must provide proper identification, as directed by the facility staff.

Professional visitors will be allowed to visit 7 days a week during the following times:
8:00 AM to 11:30 AM, 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM, and 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM.

  • Administrative Lockdown 11:30 to 1:00 PM – No visiting allowed 
  • Administrative Lockdown 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM – No visiting allowed

Personal Visitation:

Inmates will be allowed visits with family or friends on the following days: Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Visitation times will be from 8:00 AM to 11 AM and 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. There is no visiting on Monday.

To schedule an inmate visit, please contact Hillary Buysse at (507) 929-6622. 

The following rules will apply:

  • Two visits per day, per inmate. Two persons maximum allowed in visit.  Must be different visitors during visits.
  • The visit will be approximately thirty-(30) minutes in duration.
  • Switching of visitors during the visit is not allowed.
  • One-(1) child will be allowed in the visit, when the other visitor is over the age of 18.
  • The visitor must be at least 18 years old.
  • The visitor(s) must present a valid picture ID with their current address before being able to visit.
  • The visitor must not have been incarcerated within the last 60 days. If so, they must have permission to visit from the Jail Administrator, prior to the visit.
  • You may sign up for a visit 24 hours in advance by phone or in person; although this is not required.
  • All visitors must show a valid picture ID with a current address on it in order to visit.
  • If your visitor(s) is not here by 10 minutes after the beginning of the scheduled visit time the visit will be canceled. For instance, if the scheduled visit time is 3:00 and the visitor(s) show up at 3:15, the visit will be canceled.

Inmate Money Deposit:

Money may be dropped off for an inmate at any time during the day or night. To drop off money for an inmate come to the main entrance of the Lyon County Law Enforcement Center. During business hours the doors will not be secured and you may proceed to the Jail lobby. After hours the doors will be secured so you will need to pick up the beige phone in the first lobby. In either instance you will use the kiosk in the Jail lobby to deposit funds in the account of your choosing.  You will not receive a receipt, but you may write down the transaction number that the kiosk will display.

You can also make a deposit to an inmates account via credit card online at the:

Inmate Canteen Website.


The Lyon County Jail will complete fingerprint cards prints for applicant fingerprints.  The fee is $15.00 per card.  This must be in cash.  You will receive a receipt.  Fingerprints will be taken Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Pay For Stay:

The Minnesota Legislative session of 2001/2002 passed a law that allows County Boards to authorize County Jails to collect room, board, and other related correctional expenses for offenders who have been convicted of a crime and confined in a County Jail. Minnesota State Statute 641.12, Subd. 3 allows for the collection of these charges/fees.  All convicted inmates will pay $20.00 per day, to include credited days. An invoice will be mailed to or sent along with the inmate at the time of release for any unpaid balance. The inmate will be responsible to either pay in full the amount due within 30 days or arrange payments within 30 days of release from custody. If you wish to request a waiver of Pay for Stay fees you may do so, but it must be in writing.  You must write the Sheriff or Jail Administrator within 5 days of your release from incarceration after receiving your Pay for Stay invoice.  You must list the reasons why you are seeking a waiver for the Pay for Stay fees applied. As long as payment arrangements have been made and payments are being received the account will remain active until paid. If, after 30 days from release of custody, no payments have been made, in part or in full, and/or the inmate has not contacted the Facility Administrator at # (507) 537-7666 or 611 West Main Street Marshall, MN 56258, to arrange for payments to be made, the account will be turned over to a collection agency for collection.

Work Release, Education Release, STS, etc...

Offenders that are afforded the privilege of a release program must meet with the Correctional Sergeant prior to reporting to for the start of their sentence. An inmate that does not report prior to beginning their sentence will be held in until employment and paperwork are verified and completed. You may contact the Correctional Sergeant at (507) 537-7666.


Bail may be posted by coming to the front lobby of the Jail after normal business hours. Between the hours of 8:00 and 4:30 bail is to be posted at the Court Administrator’s office on the 3rd floor of the courthouse. When posting bail at the Jail request to speak with the on duty Sergeant or Correctional Officer and they will then begin the process of paperwork. No personal checks will be accepted for bail purposes.  You may also utilize a bail bondsman, if that is an option allowed by court order. Bail Bonds are located in the telephone book in the yellow pages under Bail Bonds.

Inmate Release Times:

Sentenced inmates are released at approximately 8:00 am on their scheduled release date. They can be picked up in the front lobby of the jail anytime after 8:00 am. Please note that they may not get out right at that time, but we will try to ensure a timely release. Please be patient with our release process.

Facility Address and Message Information:

All incoming mail should be addressed as follows:

Lyon County Jail 

C/O “Inmate Name”

611 West Main Street

Marshall, MN  56258

No envelopes will be allowed to be mailed out of the facility if the envelope has writing or drawings on it, other than the address required. There are no exceptions to this rule. All outgoing mail must have the inmate's name clearly printed on the envelope.

You may have friends, relatives, or your attorney call (507) 532-8973 and leave a message for you.  This is not a private message line.  It is your responsibility to get your messages and return the calls. The Jail will not accept collect calls, nor will staff pass messages to inmates.

Leave an inmate a message:

If you would like to leave a message for an inmate at the jail please call (507) 532-8973.

The Roles of Jails in Communities:


  • Jails have a far greater significance in our communities than most of us realize. They are a primary responsibility for local governments. They are a critical component of the criminal justice system and they play an integral role in providing safety and security in our communities.  When a community recognizes the importance of its local operation and supports the Jail operation with adequate resources the community as a whole will benefit.
    Jails receive newly arrested people directly from the street, amongst others. Many are in a state of physical or mental crisis when they enter a Jail. They may be angry, afraid, intoxicated, and/or ill. Jails cannot choose whom they will accept. Ultimately a facility will take all arrestees brought to their door no matter what their condition, attitude, or frame of mind.
    Contrary to common belief Jails are much different than prisons.
  • Jails receive and process people immediately after they are arrested for a crime.
  • Jails hold people in pre-trial detention; not as punishment, but instead to ensure their appearance in court if bail is not posted or if bail is not obtainable for the crime committed.
  • Jails incarcerate people who have been convicted of misdemeanor and felony offenses for up to one-(1) year.
  • Jails hold people when they have been sentenced to State prisons and are awaiting transfer when they violate probation or parole and when they are being detained for other jurisdictions.
  • But most importantly, Jails are operated and financed at the local level with local tax dollars. They are significant legal and financial responsibility for communities.
  • Prisons on the other hand incarcerate only those people who have been tried and convicted of serious felony crimes and sentenced to long terms of incarceration. Also, prisons are run by state or federal agencies using state or federal funds. So, compared to prisons Jails handle a much wider spectrum of offenders, and for shorter less predictable stays.


The “Prison Rape Elimination Act” of 2003 (PREA) is a federal mandate that prohibits and seeks to eliminate sexual abuse and sexual harassment in correctional institutions. 

The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office has zero tolerance toward all forms of sexual abuse and sexual harassment (28 CFR 115.111).  The office will not tolerate retaliation against any person who reports sexual abuse or sexual harassment or who cooperates with a sexual abuse or sexual harassment investigation. 

The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office will take immediate action to protect prisoners who are reasonably believed to be subject to a substantial risk of imminent sexual abuse (28 CFR 115.162). 

The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office will investigate any criminal allegations.  Any person may report any allegation on behalf of any inmate to the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office at (507) 537-7668 or to New Horizons Crisis Center at (507) 532-5764 or (800) 881-7493.

Inmates may report sexual abuse and harassment incidents anonymously or to any staff member they choose.  Staff shall accommodate all inmate requests to report allegations of sexual abuse or harassment.  Staff shall accept reports made verbally, in writing, or through the “Turnkey” kiosk, anonymously or from third parties and shall promptly document all verbal reports. 

Inmates who have consensual sexual contact with another inmate may be disciplined.

Inmates who have non-consensual sexual contact with another inmate shall be disciplined and/or criminally prosecuted. 

Falsely reporting a sexual abuse incident will not be tolerated and will result in discipline and/or criminal prosecution.


Lyon County Jail Roster

 Lyon County Jail Roster

  • Please click on the below link to view the current Lyon County Jail Inmates.
  • This site is automatically updated every 12 hours.

 Current Lyon County Jail Roster

Minnesota Statewide Resources
TTY: 1-866-847-1298

Minnesota State VINELink

  • VINELink is a free online resource that allows you to search for custody status information regarding an offender and register to receive notification of the offender's release from a county jail or detention facility. You can register for release notification either through this website or through the VINE telephone number above.
  • Special notice regarding offenders in a Minnesota Department of Corrections Facility:
  • Currently, a search for DOC inmates can be done through VINELink, however, a request for notification must be done through Minnesota CHOICE.
  • Under Minnesota law, victims of offenders in a Department of Corrections (DOC) facility have additional rights to notification and information; including notice of conditions of release, additional notification related to released predatory offenders, notification of transfers to a less secure facility, and, if the offender re-enters a facility, that offender's subsequent release. Receiving this information and notifications is not automatic: victims must make a request to the DOC.
  • Victims of DOC offenders who would like to request notification of release, as well as the other notices and information they are entitled to, may submit their request through Minnesota CHOICE or contact the DOC Victim Assistance Program.


About the Jail

The current Lyon County Jail was constructed and began full operations in 2010.  The Jail operates 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.  The designed maximum capacity for the facility is 87 beds.  The Lyon County Jail operates in indirect podular style.  This design promotes our operating philosophy, which is built on individual accountability and responsibility, where staff and inmates are encouraged to interact in a positive and constructive manner through the use of good interpersonal communication.  
The Lyon County Jail provides for the safe, secure, and humane detention of offenders in Lyon County. To fulfill this responsibility the Lyon County Adult Detention Facility shall follow the standards established by the Minnesota Department of Corrections, Minnesota State Statutes, and the United States Constitution. We are committed to the embracing the following ideals:
•  All persons are held accountable for their behavior.
•  Our staff is our greatest resource and we will provide training to accomplish a safe, secure and humane environment.
•  The preservation of basic human rights and dignity of the public, staff, and inmates.
•  An atmosphere that encourages positive behavior and the integration of responsible individuals who are returning to our community.
The Lyon County Jail is an integral part of the criminal justice system.  We strive to cooperate with other agencies, promote mutual respect, and welcome community involvement.  We are a credit to our profession and a source of pride to Lyon County.




Patrol Division

The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office currently has ten full-time licensed Deputy Sheriff’s assigned to the Patrol Division. The patrol deputies provide law enforcement and other sheriff’s services to the citizens of Lyon County. The patrol deputies are responsible for the service of all civil process, court security, prisoner, juvenile transports, act as the county coroner medical examiners, and provide support services for other LE, Fire and EMS Services as needed. The patrol deputies conduct these services while answering and responding to calls for service and emergency situations throughout Lyon County. All patrol deputies can be reached at (507) 537-7666 or at their corresponding e-mail address.  
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Brandon Coens


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Robert Lund


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Adam DeSutter


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Scott Wilson


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Dustin Demuth


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Matthew Boettger


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Valerie Peichel


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Kyle Mooney


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 Derek Daniels


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 Tyler Sandgren


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Dispatch Center

 Lyon County Sheriff's Office Dispatch Center

The Lyon County 911 Emergency Dispatch/Communications Center is comprised of ten dedicated dispatchers who work 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, on a variety of shifts.   The dispatchers are responsible for answering all emergency and non-emergency calls for service and gathering the necessary information needed to determine the proper response.  The dispatchers then facilitate contact with police, fire and ambulance services in Lyon County, along with fire and ambulance services for portions of surrounding counties.  The dispatchers are also responsible for the exterior doors to the Lyon County Jail, the camera system in the Lyon County Government Center and the Lyon County Jail.
When should I call 911?
  • Call 911 anytime you have an emergency.
How does 911 work?
  • When calling 911 from your home phone the address for the phone line, the phone number you are calling from, and the name of the telephone account holder will appear for the dispatchers to see.  The location of the address you are calling from will also be displayed on a map.  Along with this information the 911 system will alert the dispatcher of which emergency service agencies cover your location.
  • If you call 911 from a cell phone; your phone number, cell phone provider, and most often the GPS coordinates of your location will be displayed.  Your location according to the provided GPS coordinates will also be displayed on a map.  The GPS location will be within 14 to 20 meters of your actual location.  Like a land-line, the 911 system will also provide the dispatcher with what emergency service agencies cover your location.
  • If you call 911 and either hang up or the line becomes disconnected the dispatcher will make a return phone call to you to verify that everything is ok.  Depending on the situation the dispatcher may have an officer also respond to your location as well.
  • When calling 911 the dispatcher will ask you several questions to verify your location, the location of the emergency, and the nature of the emergency.  The first question the dispatcher will likely ask you is; What is the address or location of your emergency?  This is done to ensure we have the proper location of the emergency in case contact is lost with the caller.  Once the dispatcher has obtained the preliminary information he or she will dispatch the appropriate emergency services.  You will not be able to hear the dispatcher doing this.  Once emergency services have been dispatched the dispatcher will obtain more detailed information from you, therefore it is important to stay on the line until the dispatcher states that it is ok to hang up.
Next Generation 911 (NG911)
  • Like with everything else technology is allowing advancements in how 911 and other emergency services are accessed and provided.
    NG911, when operational, will allow callers to contact 911 via text message, and send video files or digital photographs of incidents as they are occurring.  Lyon County is currently in the process of having equipment installed to allow for this technology.
  • Please stay tuned for further information on when this service will become available.

Your Lyon County Dispatchers are:

Mary Gislason
Christian Olzlog
Joe Jensen
Terri Lovre
Lori DeBates
Tony Gielczyk 
Alyson Bossuyt 
Sherri Schwisow
Tammy Isaackson 
Part Time Dispatchers
Mary Wikstrom 
Robin Scharfe


Pictured above is one of three dispatch stations that the Lyon County Sheriff's Office takes calls for service from.


Prescription & Over the Counter Medication Disposal Drop Box

 Take It To The Box Safe Prescription Medication Disposal

What is it?


  • The Lyon County Sheriff's Office in conjunction with the Marshall Police Department and the Marshall Area Crime Fund are serious about preventing medication misuse/abuse and providing environmentally safe disposal of unwanted medications.
  • The Take It To The Box program promotes the safe disposal of unneeded and/or expired prescription and over the counter medications. This includes both human and animal medications along with illegal drugs. (Sharps/Needles or infectious waste cannot be accepted)
  • A growing concern in our communities is the abuse, by youth and others, of medications not prescribed to them. Safe disposal makes medications less available. Proper disposal of medication helps protect our soil and water. Unsafe disposal of medications can contribute to environmental damage.
  • This program remains ongoing, in which a permanent prescription drop box has been securely installed in the lobby of the Lyon County Law Enforcement Center for 24/7 drop off availability.
  • There is no charge to individuals dropping off medications.

How do I use this program?

  1. Keep the medication in its original container.
  2. Leave the name of the drug and other content information clearly visible. Remove the individuals name and other identifying information by scratching the person's name out or by covering the name with a permanent marker. You may also cut off the part of the label with the individual's name.
  3. Take the unneeded prescriptions and over-the-counter medications to the: Prescription/OTC Drop Box in the main lobby of the Lyon County Law Enforcement Center located at 611 West Main Street Marshall, MN 56258.
  4. Drop the unneeded and/or expired medications into the drop box. No questions asked.
  • DO NOT flush medications down the toilet.
  • Ask an officer if you need assistance by calling (507) 537-7000.

I know someone who has a large amount of unneeded medication but is unable to bring it in for disposal. Can I drop off someone else’s medication?

Yes. If needed, friends or family members may bring medication to The Box for someone else. Please call if you have a question about this.

What happens to the medications dropped into The Box?

The Box will be emptied as needed. Contents are stored in secured locations. Periodically, law enforcement and a chemist from a qualified disposal company will sort the medication. Medicines will then be taken to a licensed site to be incinerated.

How do I obtain additional Information?

  • Call (507) 537-7000 and ask to speak with;
  • Marshall Police Sergeant, or
  • Lyon County Sheriff's Office Investigator Steven Louwagie.

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Guidelines for Medication Use, Storage and Disposal Safe Use

  • Read and follow directions on all medications.
  • Take the recommended dose...not more...not less.
  • Take the medicine the number of times and the frequency recommended.
  • Do not share your prescription medicines with another person.
  • Do not take someone else's prescription medicine.
  • Know the names of your medications and their purpose.
  • Pharmacists and doctors can answer your questions about over the counter medicines...just ask!

Safe Storage

  • Keep medicines in a place away from children, teens and guests. Lock up medicines if necessary, especially narcotics or mood altering medicines.
  • Keep medicines in their original bottle or package.
  • Keep medicines in a cool, dry place away from light.
  • Follow storage directions on the medicine.
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Hours and Locations

Lyon County Government Center

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Lyon County Zoning/SWCD

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