Nolan is new Dewey-Humboldt mayor; McBrady, Dibble, Hiles take 3 council seats
Terry Nolan garnered nearly 62 percent of the vote Tuesday evening in unofficial election results to win a term as Dewey-Humboldt's mayor. Five hundred sixty three people voted for Nolan. Runner up Nancy Wright won almost 38 percent of the vote, with 346. A total of 911 people voted for one of the two mayor candidates, with one write-in vote making it a total of 912.
Mark McBrady, with 26.13 percent of the vote, John Dibble with 22.75 percent, and Dave Hiles, with 21.22 percent, will fill the three vacant seats on the Dewey-Humboldt council. Voters cast 2, 281 choices for six candidates running for the three seats.