Duo helped in '89 with Valdez spill in Alaska
National Park Service Ranger Jerry Grubb, now a candidate for Sevier County sheriff, holds a rifle while watching for bears as workers clean up the oil spill from the Exxon Valdez near Seward, Alaska, in 1989.
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#1 Jun 17, 2010
Hey Mr. Cate. Looks like jerrysheriffgrubb.blogspot.com is looking for you. HA HA HA
#3 Jun 18, 2010
The only time Seals has been in the paper is when they are showing the LATEST investigation into something he has done.
#5 Jun 18, 2010
wondering if the corruption in Sevier County will be as hard to clean up as the oil spill. I think he is going to need a bigger gun and plenty of ammo
#8 Jul 3, 2010
He will beat your sorry asses like a drum in the general Election as well. Now piss off fools and go kiss Ross's ass Grubb! do you want to touch a real Glock Jerry instead of a rubber one?
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