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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Steve Barnett
Marshall University Marching Thunder director Steve Barnett has taken a new job with Amro Music.
A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit that a Seaside detective brought against the Clatsop County district attorney.
Steve Barnett has been flying unmanned aerial systems for more than 30 years — long before the word "drone" started making global headlines. But now, the 65-year-old Army veteran and model-airplane enthusiast finds himself answering new questions as his hobby gets dragged into a white-hot national debate.
He said he has accepted a position with Memphis, Tenn.-based Amro Music as the company's west Tennessee educational representative.
Barnett announced that he's leaving the university in an email sent Tuesday to music students.