School Board races; Miner city officials to be decided Tuesday

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

BENTON, Mo. -- Scott County voters will choose their school board members, and citizens of Miner will decide the fate of their city officials during the April 5 general municipal election.

In the Sikeston R-6 School District, voters will choose two of the following for three-year terms: John Graham and incumbents Scott Crumpecker and Rebecca Steward.

Scott County Central voters will choose two of the four candidates to fill the two three-year terms: Travis Glueck, Melette Pobst, Lucy Alberson and Carmen Thomas. Running unopposed for a two-year term is Steve Johnson.

Scott County R-4 "Kelly" voters will pick two of the following five candidates for three-year terms: incumbent Kindel Ward, Kellie Bridges, incumbent John A. Felter, Jerry D. Wolsey II and Roger Neumeyer.

Oran R-3 School District has two three-year terms to fill and four candidates: Garrett Cook, Carrie L. Massey, James Watkins and Clare Urhahn.

In the city of Miner, voters will decide between the incumbent Darren Chapman and his challenger Frank Tatum in the mayoral race. They must also decide the fate of aldermen. In Ward 1, Donald Foster and Timothy Jackson will face each other while Janet Williams and Bill James will vie for the Ward II seat.

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