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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Stories from Thursday, November 7, 2002

Township races (11/07/02)
Barnes Township Clerk - Bernard Nelson Brooke Township Trustee - Jess Fastenow Coon Township Clerk - Carl R. Bellows Coon Township Trustee - Duane D. Hornor Elk Township Clerk - Gordon Andersen Elk Township Trustee - Ardyce Anderson Elk Township Trustee to fill - Tom Cameron...
Gustafson wins in District 3 Supervisor race (11/07/02)
The Democrat incumbent received 3,144 votes or 54 percent, compared to Republican challenger Jim Osegaro's 2,628 or 45 percent. This will be Gustafson's sixth term on the board, and he expects challenges will continue to be costs associated with law enforcement and mental health...
Vail wins in District 2 Supervisor race (11/07/02)
"I'm looking forward to working for the voters another four years," Vail said. He currently chairs the board of supervisors, and serves on the county 911 communications board and on the Iowa Lakes RC&D board. He manages an auto and farm part store in Sioux Rapids...
Lanphere runs unopposed in District 1 Supervisor race (11/07/02)
Lanphere received 4,163 votes or about 90 percent. Write-in candidates received 445 votes. The Republican feels he'll bring a diverse background to the board, with past experiences as a farmer and livestock producer, head of the Storm Lake chamber and longtime volunteer for the Red Cross...
O'Bannon wins another term as recorder (11/07/02)
O'Bannon, Storm Lake, said she is proud and excited about another four years. "I'm looking forward to what we're going to be doing as far as the technology goes," she said. "And I'm just thankful to the voters. "It's kind of like getting a report card, and the voters tell you if you're doing OK or not," O'Bannon said about the election. "They told me I was doing what they want me to do."...
Incumbents win in the county (11/07/02)
Incumbents Jim Gustafson and Dick Vail were re-elected to the board of supervisors, while Shari O'Bannon won another term as county recorder. Bill Lanphere easily beat a write-in campaign, while incumbents Kathy Bach and Phil Havens were also re-elected as county treasurer and county attorney respectively...