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Minto re-elects mayor in 3-way race

MINTO, N.D. -- Lane Kelley won re-election Tuesday in a three-way race for Minto mayor. Kelley outpaced two challengers with 50.8 percent of the 201 ballots cast. Stanley F. Miller and John Narloch were victorious in their run for city council. M...

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MINTO, N.D. -- Lane Kelley won re-election Tuesday in a three-way race for Minto mayor.

Kelley outpaced two challengers with 50.8 percent of the 201 ballots cast.

Stanley F. Miller and John Narloch were victorious in their run for city council. Miller received 113 votes or 29.5 percent and Narloch had 50 votes cast for him.

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