Aug 16, 2012 - By Christina George, Staff WriterRobert Wiley submitted his application for a Jeffrey City Fire District directors post.
Two more candidates have submitted applications for one of two seats on the Fremont County School District 38 Board of Education.
Arlo "Skeeter" Moss and Maxine Moss are the latest to file in the Arapahoe school board race. They join Preston Moss and incumbent John Goggles.
As of noon Thursday, only one other candidate has filed for an office appearing on the Nov. 6 general election.
Robert Wiley submitted his application for the Jeffrey City Fire District director position. Incumbent Ron Wilmes filed for the two-year unexpired term last week.
It has been one week since the filing period opened for seats on school boards, Central Wyoming College board and fire, conservation and cemetery districts. Several races have yet to see a candidate file.
School District 1 in Lander has three seats open this election. Incumbents John Schumacher and Susan Crane announced earlier this month they would not seek re-election. Joe Palladino, whose term also expires this year, said he intends to file for another four years but had not as of Wednesday morning.
Other school races with no candidate filings are School District 2 in Dubois, School District 21 in Fort Washakie and CWC.
The Dubois/Crowheart Conservation District has also yet to see a candidate file for two seats opening this election.
Riverton incumbents Dean Peranteaux, Carl Manning, Glenn Ogg and Lynette Jeffres are vying for re-election to the School District 25 board, as is Shoshoni (School District 24) trustee Teffany Fegler.
School District 14 trustees Belle Ferris and Clarinda Thunder filed for another four years on the Wyoming Indian board.
At Wind River, incumbent Kristin Benson and newcomer Mark Perkins submitted applications for School District 6 trustee positions.
Stephanie Kessler, of Lander, filed as an independent in the Fremont County Commission District 4 race.
Dubois Fire District Sub-district 2 director Peter Wendell is seeking re-election.
Ken Metzler, of Riverton, is challenging Glen Steers, of Lander, for the director position of the Fremont County Fire District.
Timothy Wilson filed for at-large supervisor, and Gerald Caskey filed for urban supervisor of the Popo Agie Conservation District. Both are incumbents.
Rod Rivers is seeking another term as rural supervisor of the Lower Wind River Conservation District.
Hugh Boyd Livingston and Stephen Banks submitted their applications for re-election to the Dubois Cemetery District.
In Riverton, Jerry Kintzler and incumbents Norm Moss and Nancy Richardson filed for Mountain View Cemetery District director.
Candidates have until Monday to file for office.
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