DUSKEY FILES FOR ASSESSOR, MC CROSKEY FOR SHERIFF - Sandra McCumbers Fourth To File For School Board

Newspaper editor, columnist and writer Gaylen Duskey (Republican) of Grantsville, filed today for Assessor.

Unless another Republican files, Duskey will face incumbent Jason Nettles (Democrat) in the General Election.

Former Grantsville Police Chief Charles McCroskey (Democrat) has filed for sheriff. He will be running against Carl Ballengee and Jeff Smith, both Democrats.

A fourth person has filed for the non-partisan Board of Education.

Grantsville resident Sandra McCumbers filed today at the Circuit Clerk's office.

She joins former Calhoun Middle/High School computer technologist Larry Baker, who filed Monday. Baker is currently an administrative head for computer technology development at Glenville State College.

McCumbers completes paperwork yesterday in clerk's office

Incumbents Burl Simers and Ralph Cunningham have also filed.

Two school board members are to be elected, with only two board members from each district allowed to serve. Two candidates will be eligible to be elected from Sherman and Washington District this cycle. One candidate can be elected from Sheridan, Lee and Center Districts. The deadline for filing is January 31.