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One newcomer, one incumbent elected to Caribou City Council

CARIBOU, Maine — New candidate Doug Morrell and incumbent Joan Theriault were elected to Caribou City Council on Nov. 5, with the two receiving 501 and 504 votes, respectively.

The two ran against three others for a three-year term: new candidates Milo Haney and Roger Felix, and incumbent David Martin. Haney received 491 votes, Felix received 460 votes and Martin received 472 votes.

Morrell will officially begin his term in early January, when new councilors are sworn in by the city clerk and a mayor is selected. Until then, Martin will continue to serve as a city councilor. 

For the RSU 39 (Caribou and Stockholm) Board of Education, Tanya Sleeper was re-elected with 646 votes while Pamela Murchison received 553 votes. 

Athill Hebert ran uncontested for a position on the Jefferson Cary Memorial Hospital Fund, and received a total of 1,138 votes.

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