Area schools elect board members on Tuesday. Results follow:
Cody Roteliuk and Bill Miller were elected to three-year terms on the Sawyer school board on Tuesday. There were no measures on the ballot.
Eric Mack was elected to the Velva school board Tuesday with 40 votes. He ran unopposed.
Taylor Erdmann was elected for a three-year term on the Newburg United School Board with 28 votes.
No one filed for two three-year seats. Top write-in candidates for the board were Bryan Pease, with 12 votes; Nathan Boll with 8 votes; Kelly Thorenson, with 7 votes; Rebecca Frey with 3 votes; Kelly Brodehl, Nathan Lamoureux, Carl Gust and Kimberly Zettell, each with 2 votes; Brian Brodehl, Trevor Hall, Nancy Hunskor and Ian Wyman, each with one vote.
There were 30 voters in the election.
Todd Thompson and Carolee Kaylor were elected to three-year terms on the Towner-Granville-Upham school board.
Thompson received 70 votes for the at-large seat, defeating Stacy Radecki, who had 31 votes.
Kaylor, who ran unopposed for the former Upham seat, received 101 votes.
Voters decided to publish school board meeting minutes in the county newspaper by a vote of 85 in favor to 17 against.
Lewis and Clark
Brenda Brown was elected to the Old North Shore position with 353 votes; Shane Erickson was elected to the Old Plaza position with 377 votes; Mike Lautenschlager was elected to the at large position with 327 votes; write-in T. Stafslien had 27 votes for the at large position.
Kim Schoenborn and Larry Brooks were elected to the Bottineau School Board. Schoenborn had 76 votes and incumbent Larry Brooks had 71 votes. Write-in candidate Kenny Fix was elected to a one-year term on the school board with 7 votes.
Lavern Johnson was elected to a three-year term on the Grenora School Board, representing Area 2. Johnson received 128 votes. Carlyle Norby was elected to a three-year term on the board representing Area No. 1. Norby received 52 votes. Norby defeated write-in Roger Gunlikson, who received 24 votes and write-in Stephen Sveet who received 7 votes.
Tracey Day was elected to a three-year term on the Surrey School Board, receiving 249 votes. Tobie Mansen received 22 votes. Voters in Surrey also approved a $6 million bond issue to construct, remodel, improve and equip school buildings, including new classrooms and a commons area, by a vote of 221 in favor to 101 against. Voters turned down a proposal to increase the district's debt limit above 5 percent on the assessed value of the taxable property of the school district by a vote of 189 against to 131 in favor.
Julie Kreklau and Mark Buick were elected to the Burke Central School Board. Kreklau was elected to a three-year term, representing the Old Flaxton position, with 27 votes; Buick was elected to a three-year term, representing the old Lignite position, with 29 votes.
Jolene Groninger was elected to a three-year term on the Max School Board, representing Area No. 2, with 139 votes. Daniel Lies received 24 votes and Arden Haner received 14 votes.
Dominick Yellowbird was elected to a two-year term, representing Area No. 1, with 146 votes. Dennis Erickson was elected to a three-year term, representing Area No. 4, with 107 votes. Jeremy Thompson was in second place with 69 votes.