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February 13, 2013

Braggs voters OK bond issue

Midway set for runoff April 2; Incumbents returned in Peggs, Woodall

— Braggs Public Schools voters said yes to a $635,000 bond issue to replace the school’s roof and windows on Tuesday. Wagoner Public Schools elected Corey Brown to the school board, while Braggs elected Jeff Ward, and Haskell elected Dewayne Brown.

Midway Public Schools will have a runoff election April 2 between Michael Ray and Bruce Reed.

In Cherokee County, Beth Halpain Bailey was elected to Keys Public Schools’ Office No. 3, Peggs elected incumbent Timmy Applegate, and Woodall elected incumbent Tony Delmedico.

• Braggs Public Schools, Office No. 3

Jeff Ward, 102, or 62.2 percent.

Samantha Hubler-King, 62, or 37.8 percent.

• Braggs school bond issue

Yes, 124, or 75.6 percent.

No, 40, or 24.4 percent.

• Haskell Public Schools, Office No. 3

Lewis Gonzales, 288, or 65.8 percent.

Dewayne Brown, 150, or 34.2 percent.

• Midway Public Schools, Office No. 1, unexpired term

Michael Ray, 109, or 48.7 percent.

Bruce Reed, 82, or 36.3 percent.

Vaughn M. Miller, 34, or 15 percent.

• Wagoner Public Schools, Office No. 3

Corey Brown, 220, or 55.1 percent.

Doris L. Noetzol, 179, or 44.9 percent.

• Keys Public Schools, Office No. 3

Beth Halpain Bailey, 197, or 53.24 percent.

J.C. Ballew, 91, or 24.59 percent.

Brad Davenport, 52, or 14.05 percent.

Mike Harper, 6, or 6.49 percent.

Barbara F. Smith, 6, or 1.62 percent.

• Peggs Public Schools, Office No. 3

Timmy Applegate, 50, or 72.46 percent.

Shellie Shankle, 19, or 27.54 percent.

• Woodall Public Schools, Office No. 3

Tony Delmedico, 48, or 72.73 percent.

Gary Hawkins, 18, or 27.27 percent.

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