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Bomb threat tests election process

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Paper ballots cast at Coalfield precinct

By Goose Lindsay

Voting took a bit of a strange twist at Coalfield’s Senior Citizen Center on Thursday as a bomb threat led to paper ballots being used for a short time before election officials moved the precinct to Coalfield School.


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