Lowell Allen Buchanan
65, of Mt. Lookout



Arnold Roy Cogar
88, of Lexington, TN



Leonard Shaffer
91, of Mt. Lookout



David "Pooh" Alan Borsella-Sibert
21, of Richwood



Edra "Mae" Simmons
82, of Webster Springs



James Henry Spencer
86, of Richwood



Jeffrey Cole "Colebucket" Young
24, of Summersville



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Correction

The Nicholas County Board of Education candidates running in the May 8 Primary Election are non-partisan. They are not affiliated with any political party. The Nicholas Chronicle regrets the error in the May 3 issue.

 

Coffman, incumbents win school Board race

Two incumbents and a newcomer were elected to the Nicholas County Board of Education in the Primary Election held Tuesday, May 8.


In the hotly contested Board of Education race, newcomer Libby Coffman of Birch River, Cherry District, was the top vote-getter with 3,655 votes. Elected to the other two seats
were incumbent Phil Berry of Summersville, Birch District, with 3,521 votes and incumbent Fred Amick of Leivasy, Gauley District, with 3,459 votes.

 

Board adopts new school plan; amended CEFP

The Nicholas County Board Education on Monday evening, May 7, voted to adopt a new plan as part of an amended Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan (CEFP) to replace
the three schools destroyed in the 2016 fl oods along with two other schools.


The board also heard voices of support for the school mediation plan, which was the basis of the amended CEFP, and recognized several students for winning or placing highly in various countywide and regional competitions.

 

 

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