A student cares for a horse in the Job Readiness Training program at the Judge James V. Riddel Boys Ranch at Lake Afton, Sedgwick County's place for juvenile offenders who are at medium to high risk of reoffending. (June 1, 2012.)
A student cares for a horse in the Job Readiness Training program at the Judge James V. Riddel Boys Ranch at Lake Afton, Sedgwick County's place for juvenile offenders who are at medium to high risk of reoffending. (June 1, 2012.) The Wichita Eagle
A student cares for a horse in the Job Readiness Training program at the Judge James V. Riddel Boys Ranch at Lake Afton, Sedgwick County's place for juvenile offenders who are at medium to high risk of reoffending. (June 1, 2012.) The Wichita Eagle

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