Jury finds in favor of whistleblower
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-Venita Fritz/Tribune Courier
Paula Boling testifies during questioning by her attorney Wes Sullinger in Marshall Circuit Court on Wednesday.
-Venita Fritz/Tribune Courier Paula Boling testifies during questioning by her attorney Wes Sullinger in Marshall Circuit Court on Wednesday.
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By Venita Fritz

Tribune-Courier General Manager

vfritz@tribunecourier.com

A Marshall County jury has awarded a former North Marshall Water District employee a total of $33,730.40 in lost wages and punitive damages.

The jury ruled in favor of Paula Boling in her case against the water district, finding she was retaliated against and ultimately fired for blowing the whistle on former water district supervisor Brad Anderson for mismanagement of funds.

Boling had been an employee of North Marshall Water for 18 years when she was terminated in 2011. The jury's award was far less than what Boling had sought.

The three day trial wrapped up in Marshall County Circuit Court last night. Details of the case will be reported in Tuesday’s edition of The Tribune-Courier.

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