The numbers came in later that evening, but the list of winners remains unchanged, according to Stephen Broyles, an NCTC administrator overseeing the election.

The final, preliminary results are as follows:

In Place 1, Ken King won with 1,445 votes compared to 353 votes for Ken Leach and 346 votes for Linda Coursey.

In Place 2, Ken Coolen won with 1,227 votes, compared to 1,065 votes for Dr. Bob McLeroy.

Broyles said for the Place 2 election, Era was split even — 59 votes to 59 votes between Coolen and McLeroy.

Place 1 wasn’t so close.

“Obviously, Ken King took all precincts,” Broyles said.

In Muenster, Saturday evening school officials were counting votes at the Muenster Junior High School office to see who won the race for three open seats on the school board.

Election results from around the county appeared in Sunday’s Register but Muenster ISD officials were not available for comment by press time.

In place 5 on the Muenster ISD board, incumbent Jim Endres was unopposed, carrying 528 votes.

In place 6 Ronnie Felderhoff, incumbent, won the election with 404 votes, compared to challenger Mel Walterscheid with 308 votes.

In place 7 Neil Huschton, incumbent, lost to challenger Steve Trubenbach. Trubenbach received 398 votes compared to Huschton’s 313.

Superintendent David Manley said the total number of votes from the school board election is 712.

“That’s a bigger turnout from what I understand,” Manley said.

Manley said it was the first school board election he has handled since becoming superintendent last year.



In Corinth, Former NCTC president wins city council race. Ronnie Glasscock, former president of North Central Texas College, won his bid for Corinth City Council in Saturday’s election, according to preliminary results.

Corinth is south of Denton along Interstate 35. A campus of NCTC is located there.

Glasscock, now 59, defeated candidate John Booher gaining 60 percent of the vote, according to a Denton Record-Chronicle report.

Glasscock lived in Corinth during much of his term as NCTC president.

In the report, Glasscock said he is looking forward to his term on the council, an all-volunteer position. He said the town has as its priorities hiring a new city manager, improving the town’s economic development and the implementation of a mass transit system.

In other races, Joe Harrison defeated Bob Holsomback with 69 percent of the vote and Paul Ruggiere defeated former Corinth City Councilman Ed Hardy by 82 percent.

The incumbents did not seek re-election.

CORINTH — Ronnie Glasscock, former president of North Central Texas College, won his bid for Corinth City Council in Saturday’s election, according to preliminary results.

Corinth is south of Denton along Interstate 35. A campus of NCTC is located there.

Glasscock, now 59, defeated candidate John Booher gaining 60 percent of the vote, according to a Denton Record-Chronicle report.

Glasscock lived in Corinth during much of his term as NCTC president.

In the report, Glasscock said he is looking forward to his term on the council, an all-volunteer position. He said the town has as its priorities hiring a new city manager, improving the town’s economic development and the implementation of a mass transit system.

In other races, Joe Harrison defeated Bob Holsomback with 69 percent of the vote and Paul Ruggiere defeated former Corinth City Councilman Ed Hardy by 82 percent.

The incumbents did not seek re-election.

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