Area election results: Ottertail, Frazee, Vergas, Dent
Ottertail City Council had two seats open, with Jill T. Carlson and Ronald Grobech taking them. The results are:
Jill T. Carlson: 39.9 percent, or 185 votes
Ronald Grobech: 37.7 percent or 175 votes
Merle Meece: 22.2 percent, or 103 votes
Judah Burlingame was also elected to a special election seat, running unopposed.
City of Frazee
The new mayor of Frazee is Ken Miosek. A previous report published online here was incorrect in reporting that Mioseks' opponent, Mark Flemmer had won. In fact, the results were as follows: Mark Flemmer: 46.2 percent, or 203 votes
Ken Miosek: 52.4 percent or 230 votes
On the Frazee City Council, there were two seats open. Mark Kemper and Nicole Strand will take those seats. Here are the results:
Mark Kemper: 36.1 percent or 279 votes
Nicole Strand: 23.7 percent, or 183 votes
Bonnie Julius: 22.9 percent, or 177 votes
Kerry Strand: 16.3 percent or 126 votes
City of Vergas
Mayor Dean Haarstick, who ran unopposed, will serve another term. There were 18 write in-votes.
On the city council, the two open seats went to Julie Bruhn and Logan Dahlgren. The results are:
Julie Bruhn: 36 percent or 105 votes
Logan Dahlgren: 25.8 percent, or 75 votes
Keith Bunkowske: 19.2 percent, or 56 votes
Scott Goodman: 18.6 percent, or 54 votes
City of Dent
Terry Coleman was elected to mayor of Dent; Coleman ran unopposed.
On the city council, two seats were open, which went to the two candidates who ran, Dawn Boyne and Daniel Nodsle.
Dawn Boyne: 51 percent, or 50 votes
Daniel Nodsle: 49 percent, or 48 votes