Johnson appointed West Virginia Supreme Court administrator

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Gary Johnson has been named permanent administrator of the state Supreme Court.

The court announced Johnson’s appointment Monday. He had been serving as acting administrator since his appointment in January to replace Steve Canterbury.

Johnson was a circuit judge in Nicholas County from 1992 until December.

Chief Justice Allen Loughry says Johnson has an incredible work ethic and invaluable qualifications for the job.

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