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Grell, Carlson win right to face each other in November

Kathy McGrane Grell and Don Carlson will face off in the Nov. 2 election for the Hubbard County Dist. 1 commission seat.

They were the two top vote getters out of four candidates in Tuesday's primary.

Candidate Sherman Anderson was in last place while Ed DeLaHunt showed a strong third place finish.

Voter turnout was running around 30 percent in the three townships en-compassed by District 1, but lower in the townships that did not have a primary election.

However, many new voters registered throughout the county Tuesday. Park Rapids' two precincts added 41 voters; Nevis Township added 10 and Henrietta Township added 14 voters.

Grell was the top vote getter with 326 votes; Carlson had 251; DeLeHunt had 207 and Anderson had 76.

The race nearly flip-flopped when the Henrietta Township returns came in, with DeLaHunt pulling within 12 votes of Carlson.

The Nevis Township votes secured the win for Carlson.

Sarah Smith

Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers courts, business and breaking news in addition to outdoors events.

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