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Mayor And Council Seats Up For Grabs

Here are the positions up for election and the current office holders in cities and towns in Ste vens, Ferry, Pend Oreille, Lincoln and Whitman counties:

Stevens County

Colville: Councilmen Dick Nichols and Jeff Pitts.

Chewelah: Mayor Gloria Davidson and council members Sharon Ludwig, Donna Terry, Jewel Zeihen, John Polm Jr. and Clancy Bauman and a vacant council position.

Kettle Falls: Mayor Jerry Davis and council members Steven West, Linda Lewis, Ann Anderson, Beverly Edwards and Karen Frostad.

Marcus: Mayor Adygene DePaulo and council members William Courtis, Helen Hysom and Gregory Coleman.

Northport: Mayor Ollie Mae Wilson and council members Marge Day and Raymond Sell.

Springdale: Mayor Ernest Gehrke and Councilmen Daniel Hite, Steve Gluth and Joseph “Bud” Brown.

Pend Oreille County Newport: Mayor Kevin Murphy and council members James Kolthoff and Patti Remick.

Cusick: Mayor Paul Haas and council members June Self and Laura Heise.

Ione: Mayor Mike Kyle and council members James Warren and Cindy Thompson.

Metaline: Mayor Jan DeGroat and council members Trent Hanson, Tori Reeve, Dorothy Konsbrock and Walt Caravan.

Lincoln County

Davenport: Councilmen Jeff Wilkie, Jerry Olson, Mike Stormo and Chuck Johnston.

Harrington: Councilmen James Floyd and James Wilcox and Treasurer Mary Alice Warwick.

Sprague: Mayor Larry Ericksen, council members Bernard Balfe, Jeffrey Smith, Forrest Vold and Carol Green, and a vacant council position.

Almira: Council members Einar Larson, Mary Ellen Combs, Peggy Reifsnyder and Clark McConkey.

Creston: Mayor Larry Haydon and council members Susan Starkey and Michael Lanway.

Odessa: Council members Sam Braun and V.R. “Chip” Hunt.

Reardan: Mayor Wayne Hill and council members Mark Humphrey and Robert Stuhlmiller.

Wilbur: Council members Floyd Copenhaver and Randy Harris.

Ferry County

Republic: Council members Carol Bowe, Charles Starkey and Thomas Hern.

Numerous school, fire, cemetery, hospital, park, water and sewer district positions also are available.

Whitman County

Albion: Council members Kevin Emerson, Marshall R. Nichols and David (Dan) Emerson.

Colfax: Council members Tom Miller, Steven R. Holberg, Bill Hubbard and Susie Pittman.

Colton: Mayor Bob Heitstuman and council members Greg Eylar, Roland J. Dahmen and a vacant position.

Endicott: Mayor Randall A. Schmick and council members E. Clifton Workman and Gregory Miller.

Farmington: Mayor Royce Johnson and council members Sandra Hanson, Ralph Thompson, Larry Wagner and Tim Hokenson.

Garfield: Mayor Cheryle D. Curtis and council members Donna Poire, Richard L. Leinweber and Laura Redmon.

Lacrosse: Mayor Wallace Roberts and council members Teresa A. Hill, Dallas Filan and Bill Baker.

Lamont: Mayor Tom Pedersen and council members Dwain Green, Beth Ann Engles, Juanita L. Polda and Richard Beck.

Malden: Mayor Gary VanDyke and council members John Lile, Meta Overmier, James W. Montague, Roger Huff and Jerry Becker.

Oakesdale: Mayor Tom Zornes and council members Gordon Gardner Sr., Ed Reed and Rick Faultner.

Palouse: Council members Ron Rosebrook, Fred Frost, Steve McGhee, Tim Boone and Michael S. Echanove.

Pullman: Council members Floyd Larson, Sue Hinz, Alison McLeod and Thomas H. Sanders.

Rosalia: Mayor Don Baird and council members Jim Babb, Glenn H. Edgemon, William Tensfeld and Karen Rockness.

St. John: Council members Harold W. Loomis, Maribeth Kjack and Tom Griffin.

Tekoa: Council members James L. Fabian Jr., Dianne Perrins and Gerald P. Winn.

Uniontown: Mayor Peter Holland and council members Arnold Jutte and George Dennler.

, DataTimes

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