SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Governor Jerry Brown announced the appointment of 33 California Superior Court judges, including the first female judge ever appointed to the Glenn County Superior Court.
41-year-old Alicia Ekland of Chico is the name of the new judge.
Over the years she has worked as a lawyer and a volunteer. She has served as Glenn County counsel since 2016.
Ekland is going to fill a vacancy created by the retirement of Superior Court Judge Peter Twede.
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