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HERSH HAS BEEN FALL CITY'S MAYOR SINCE 2010

By Nate Gonner

            THE MAYOR OF FALL CITY WILL BE RUNNING FOR POLITICAL OFFICE AGAIN IN 2014'S PRIMARY ELECTION , BUT NOT FOR REELECTION TO THE CITY’S TOP POLICITIAL POSITION.

 

            TIM HERSH RECENTLY FILED PAPERS FOR THE POSITION OF RICHARDSON COUNTY SHERIFF, WHICH IS CURRENTLY HELD BY RANDY HOUSER.

 

              HOUSER IS IN HIS FIRST TERM AS RICHARDSON COUNTY SHERIFF, AND DECIDED EARLIER THIS MONTH TO SEEK A SECOND TERM.

 

              HERSH SAYS HE HAS THE EXPERIENCE TO BE A VIABLE CANDIDATE FOR THE POSITION.

 

              HERSH AUDIO

 

               HERESH, WHO WAS ELECTED AS FALL CITY’S MAYOR IN 2010, SAYS HE ALSO SPENT A LOT OF TIME IN HUMBOLDT AS THE TOWN’S ONLY DEPUTY OFFICER.

 

              HE SAYS IF ELECTED, ONE OF HIS PRIORITIES IS TO FIX THE COUNTY'S TROUBLING DRUG PROBLEM.

 

              TWO CANDIDATES HAVE FILED TO REPLACE HERSH AS MAYOR OF FALL CITY, CURRENT CITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT JERRY OLIVER AND FORMER CITY EMPLOYEE CHARLES BENTLEY.  

             

              THE DEADLINE FOR INCUMBENTS TO FILE TO RUN IN THE NEBRASKA PRIMARY IS FEBURARY 18TH.

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