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December 6, 2012

Few file for positions on school board

Woodward, Okla. — There was little activity during the filing period for school board positions in Woodward County.

The three-day filing period ended Wednesday with no races for the Office No. 3 positions among districts in the county.

Glenn Billings filed unopposed for a second term on the Woodward Board of Education and Dustin Donley is unopposed in Mooreland.

In Sharon-Mutual, Mandy Hedges was the only person filing for the position.

In Fort Supply, nobody filed for Office No. 3, but a pair of unexpired terms will be filled by Rodney Washmon (Office No. 2) and Kirby Wanger (Office No. 1)

Veteran board member Steve Bogdahn is assured of another term on the High Plains Technology Center Board. Bogdahn represents Zone 1.

Several area school districts do have school board races

Here is the list of school board filings

All filings for Office No. 3 unless noted.

Woodward County

Woodward

Glenn S. Billings

Fort Supply

Rodney Washmon (Office No. 2 unexpired term)

Kirby Wanger (Office No. 1 unexpired term)

Sharon-Mutual

Mandy Hedges.

Mooreland

Dustin Donley

High Plains Technology Center

Steve B. Bogdahn

Harper County

Laverne

Andy Cunningham, Travis Oakley

Buffalo

Johnny Zollinger

Ellis County

Shattuck

Nan Walton, Stacey Schoenhals, Eric Quisenberry

Richard Prather, Kevin Schults (Office No. 1 unexpired term)

Fargo

Wesley Crain, Lindsey Schneider

Michael Shepherd (Office No. 2 unexpired term)

Arnett

Joe Don Hoskins

Gage

Jack Forbes, Tim Good, Shayne Smith

Dewey County

Seiling

Roy Jones. Heith Sander

Taloga

Tara Bland, Jackie Gore, Chrystal Whitley, Gussie M. Drain

Matthew Mahan (Office No. 5 unexpired term)

Vici

Avery Butler, Tracy James Borden

Beaver County

Beaver

Guy Bennett

Balko

Ryan Littau

Tony Brown (Office No. 5 unexpired term)

Forgan

Kerry Reiger

Turpin

John Moses, David Ratzlaff

Aaron Levens, Timothy Thornton (Office No. 5 unexpired term)

Woods County

Waynoka

Don Blalock, Andy Ferguson

Freedom

No one filed

Major County

Fairview

Phil Elwell

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