EDITORIAL: College should note lessons following campus assault

The criminal case over an assault at Treasure Valley Community College may be over, but the college still has work to do. College officials need to improve handling such incidents.

The assault happened last April. A welding instructor, Tyson B. Smith, admitted shoving college electrician Kenneth Strickland in a class area on campus. Strickland required medical treatment for a head injury and was off duty for a time. He just recently returned to work. Smith . . .

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