Rolling Hills Local School Board Chosen

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Updated Wed, Nov 6, 2013 12:20 am

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In Guernsey County Cheryl R. Gadd, Tom Kenworthy, and Darlene Miser are the unofficial winners over Jerry K. Gress, Aaron S. Kirkman, Richard Walters II, and Chad Wittekind for seats on the Rolling Hills Local School District.

Miser lead the race with 21 percent of the votes, and following close behind was Kenworthy with 16 percent and Gadd with 16 percent.

Republican Paul D. Fields Jr. is the unofficial winner over independent Christina Drubel for Cambridge city first ward council 54 percent to 12 percent.

Dannie R. Johnson and Michael E. Lanzer are the unofficial winners over Thomas W. Douglas and Randy G. Mercer for Cambridge Township Trustee. Johnson lead the race with 28 percent of the votes while Lanzer was close behind with 25 percent.

Guernsey County voted unofficially to turn down the East Guernsey local school district tax levy 60 percent to 40 percent.

The Old Washington Village Current tax levy has been unofficially passed with 57 percent for the levy and 43 percent against the levy.

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