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Townships announce election results

WORTHINGTON -- Nobles County townships conducted elections March 14 to fill supervisor, clerk and treasurer positions. Those elected or re-elected to fill open seats are as follows:...

WORTHINGTON - Nobles County townships conducted elections March 14 to fill supervisor, clerk and treasurer positions. Those elected or re-elected to fill open seats are as follows:

Bigelow Township: Kevin Haack, supervisor; Thelma Yager, treasurer.

Bloom Township: Kevin Schettler, supervisor.

Dewald Township: Lori Fletcher, supervisor; Lynn Darling, treasurer.

Elk Township: Devin Kuehn, supervisor.

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Graham Lakes Township: No results available.

Grand Prairie: Greg Roeman, supervisor; Jana Luitjens, treasurer.

Hersey Township: Steve McNab, supervisor; Naomi Hill, treasurer.

Indian Lake Township: Supervisor seat remains open; Paul Langseth, treasurer.

Larkin Township: Kent Slater, supervisor; Zachary Reker, treasurer.

Leota Township: Eugene Van’t Hof and Gene Vander Ziel, supervisors; Loren DeGroot, treasurer.

Lismore Township: Joe Wieneke, supervisor; Jeff Lynn, clerk.

Little Rock Township: Josh Peters, supervisor; Darla Kramer, treasurer.

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Lorain Township: Alice White, appointed clerk; Susanne Murphy, treasurer.

Olney Township: John Hokeness, supervisor; Walter Kellen, treasurer.

Ransom Township: Dennis Jacobs and John Fitzgerald, supervisors; Barb Bents, treasurer.

Seward Township: Paul Duerr, treasurer.
Summit Lake Township: Harlan Klein, supervisor; Ethel Rogers, treasurer.
Westside Township: Gene DeBeer, supervisor; Josie LeBrun, treasurer.
Wilmont Township: Darrin Jeffers, supervisor; Anna Mae Fuerstenberg, treasurer.
Worthington Township: Troy Wietzema, supervisor; Scott Peterson, appointed clerk-treasurer.

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