A northwest Iowa county attorney is resigning to take a job with the Iowa attorney general's office.
Coleman McAllister's last day with Sioux County will be March 31.
Geoff Greenwood is a spokesman for Attorney General Tom Miller and the office, and he says McAllister will handle criminal cases for the area prosecutions division. The opening was created by the retirement of Charles Thoman.
In his new post, McAllister will be based in Des Moines. He says he looks forward to the challenge ahead.
He's served as Sioux County attorney for seven years, following five years as assistant county attorney.
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