Candidate events line up in school board election

By Cameron Rasmusson
Reader Staff

With the May 16 election for Lake Pend Oreille School Board shaping up to be the most heated in years, several candidate events are lining up to help inform voters.

Candidates will appear on the 88.5 KRFY Morning Show at 8 a.m. for a series of interviews, with Zone 5 candidates Cary Kelly and Anita Perry appearing April 19, Zone 3 candidates Lonnie Williams and Victoria Zeischegg appearing May 3 and Zone 2 candidates Richard Miller and Gary Suppiger appearing May 10.

KRFY, Sandpoint Online and the Sandpoint Reader will also host a candidate forum set for 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 10, at the Columbia Bank community room. The forum will also air live on 88.5 KRFY.

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