The state’s juvenile corrections administrator will serve as the interim superintendent at the embattled Lincoln Hills facility. John Paquin was named by Corrections’ Secretary Jon Litscher to replace Wendy Peterson, who voluntarily took a demotion and a lower paying job at the boys’ and girls’ juvenile institutions in Lincoln County. Also, a teacher at Lincoln Hills who was attacked by an inmate October 11th has requested a meeting with Governor Scott Walker to talk about safety concerns at the site. But Walker spokesman Tom Evenson tells the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that a lawyer urged him not to call Pandora Lobacz because she hired an attorney and the matter “appears to be moving toward litigation.” Also, Lincoln County deputies are probing an August incident in which four inmates jumped onto the roof of a prison dorm, threw rocks and shingles at guards, and swung large metal pipes.