Voters decided races for two school board positions in Lawrence County on Sept. 18.
David F. Dobbs of Hoxie was elected to a five-year term on the Hoxie School Board. He received 96 votes (57 percent), and Felipe Baiza of Hoxie received 71 votes (43 percent).
Marlyn Tate of Hoxie, who previously held the position, chose not to seek re-election.
Robert T. Stallings of Black Rock was elected in a race for a one-year term on the Sloan-Hendrix School Board. Stallings received 56 votes (56 percent) to defeat Bill Davis of Imboden, who received 44 votes (44 percent).
The position was left open when Joey Crawford resigned. Davis was appointed to fill the position until the election.
Preston Clark of Imboden, incumbent, was unopposed for re-election to a five-year term on the Sloan-Hendrix School Board.
Elections in the Lawrence County School District and Hillcrest School District were conducted through early and absentee voting as the incumbents were all unopposed.
Ronald Ingram of Walnut Ridge was elected to serve on the Lawrence County School Board and Scott Durham of Smithville was elected to the Hillcrest School Board position.