Last updated 2:09AM ET
December 13, 2017
KSUT Regional
KSUT Regional
Voters Favor Incumbents In Area School Races Tuesday
(ksut) - HOST LEAD: Voters in two area school district board elections favored incumbents Tuesday.
KSUT's Victor Locke reports on those and other election results.

VICTOR: Bayfield District 10 JT-R Board members Bill Faust and Scott Kujath won new terms in Tuesday ballotting while Donald Mooney beat two other candidates for a third, open, Bayfield Board seat.
Dolores RE-4A voters gave new terms to incumbents Theresa Philips and Sandra Pyle.
Melinda Becher won a third open seat on the Dolores board over two others.
Michele Claxton defeated Lawrence Conrads for the only school board seat open for Montezuma Cortez Re-1 Schools.
Montezuma County voters also agreed tuesday to extend term limits for the clerk, recorder, assessor, treasurer and sheriff from two to three consecutive four years terms.
Montezuma County Sheriff Gerald Wallace will soon be hanging out a help wanted sign.
Voters also okayed a mill levy that will raise an estimated one half million dollars annually for new hires and pay increases.
And in Bayfield, voters approved dissolving the Bayfield Sanitation District turning operation, as well as upgrading and expansion of the district over to the town.
From KSUT, I'm Victor Locke.
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