The Harrison County Election Board met Monday to review ballots cast in the towns of Palmyra and Elizabeth two weeks ago. While nothing of any substance changed in the races in Palmyra, the election results from Elizabeth are still in question.
Voters in six towns had their say yesterday in elections for town council members and clerk-treasurers. Below are the results, which may be unofficial based on provisional ballots. In Elizabeth, challenger Adrian Hall will be the town's next clerk-treasurer, after narrowly beating out incumbent Hugh Burns.
After a narrow win over Washington State on Thursday and a rout of Washington on Sunday, UCLA (13-0) retained the top spot, again receiving all 31 first-place votes. North Carolina (12-1) is again No. 2, followed by Florida (12-2) at No. 3. Wisconsin (14-1), riding a 10-game winning streak, stayed at No. 4, and Duke (12-1) finished off the top five.
No one remembers who finishes second, right? That theory was tossed out the window after Sunday's final round of the New Salisbury Golf Club championship. Tony Garrett won his third club title by one stroke over Matthew Bruce, 141-140. What made Bruce's achievement noteworthy ... and memorable? Garrett is 40 years old, and Bruce is ... well ... he'll be in the eighth grade at North Harrison Middle School this fall.
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Do you have a 4-year-old in your house who can explain elliptical orbits? Were you surprised to hear that your 7-year-old thinks Apollo Astronaut Bob Lovell is a really cool guy? Do your teenagers fight to get a look at the Mir through the family telescope?
The Leawood Lions gave the President Award to Don Schultz during the Lions' annual awards celebration and installation of officers July 17.
"This is the first President Award in several years," past President Gary Flick said.