Blake (far left) will be seeking a second term
Another incumbent magistrate has filed for re-election in Todd County.
Todd County Clerk Kim Chapman says District 1 Magistrate Alfred Blake filed his papers at her office Friday morning.
Blake is seeking a second term after winning the Democratic primary and then defeating Jack Gant in the 2010 election.
Todd County Attorney Mac Johns (far left) will seek another term
Veteran Todd County Attorney Harold “Mac” Johns will run for another term in office.
The Elkton Democrat filed his papers with the Todd County Clerk's Office early this week and currently has no opposition.
He has served as Todd County Attorney for over 20 years and has run unopposed in the last two elections.
Judge Tyler Gill
Two area judges and western Kentucky's State Supreme Court Justice have filed for re-election.
Seventh Circuit Judge Tyler Gill of Allensville and 56th Circuit Judge C.A. “Woody” Woodall of Cadiz have filed for another term, according to the Secretary of State website.
Judge Gill serves in Todd and Logan counties and Judge Woodall serves Trigg, Caldwell Lyon and Livingston counties.
Meanwhile, First District State Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham of Lyon County has made his candidacy official by filing for another term. Chief Justice John Minton of Bowling Green will also seek another term on the state's highest court.
All of these races are non-partisan, meaning there will only be a primary if more than three candidates file for one seat. The top two vote-getters in the primary face off in the general election in that case.
Justice Bill Cunningham
Officials with the Christian County Chamber of Commerce and United Southern Bank gathered together this morning to host a ribbon cutting ceremony for USB’s temporary site in Pembroke.
USB President, Todd Mansfield says he looks forward to serving the community with all of their banking needs.
Mansfield says plans to build a permanent banking facility in Pembroke is now underway.
The temporary facility is located at 207 South Main Street with the bank’s new building to be located at 227 West Nashville Street.
Judge Greenfield (far right) will seek a second term
Todd County Judge Executive Daryl Greenfield says he will run for a second term in next year's election.
Judge Greenfield, who is a Republican, made the announcement at the end of Tuesday morning's Todd Fiscal Court meeting. He says he's pleased with how the first three years have gone and has appreciated the spirit of cooperation from Fiscal Court Magistrates.
He says elected officials of all offices and parties have worked together the last few years and he believes Todd County is on a better financial footing because of it.
Greenfield defeated incumbent Judge-Executive Arthur Green in the 2010 election.