Three long-term Mohave County employees were honored Jan. 10 by the Board of Supervisors at the County Administration Building in Kingman. Improvement District Supervisor Zelda Wright, Juvenile Detention Officer Jim Jacobs and Probation Services Assistant Linda Flynn are retiring, each with more than 20 years of service to Mohave County. Jacobs "was diligent in performing his duties and worked well with the juveniles of our community," Chairman of the Board of Supervisors Buster Johnson said. Flynn's "loyalty and dedication to her duties, going above and beyond to meet the demands of her job, defined her as a model employee." Wright "provided a vital contribution toward the formation and administration of over two dozen improvement districts, which served to improve infrastructure, services and quality of life for Mohave County residents," Johnson said. Pictured are (from left) District 1 Supervisor Gary Watson, Chief Probation Officer Darrell Reeves accepting the plaque for Jacobs who was unable to attend because of an ailing mother, Flynn, Johnson, District 2 Supervisor Tom Sockwell and Wright.