There’s been a lot of talk in the news lately about “stop the bleed” training to help people save lives in the early moments following a trauma incident. In Miller County, the sheriff’s office is getting in on the act. Sheriff Louie Gregoire says his deputies will be carrying trauma kits in the vehicles thanks to a grant program through the United States Deputy Sheriff’s Association. The deputies will be trained on the proper use of the equipment contained in the kits, which they then can deploy to help both the citizens as well as other officers should they be injured on the job. The grant program provided the kits free of charge, saving the county nearly $2,000.