David Lindstrom, Greg Musil and Nancy Ingram won seats on the Johnson County Community College board. They were among six candidates — including two incumbents who both won — vying for the three open positions on the seven-member board.
David Lindstrom, Greg Musil and Nancy Ingram won seats on the Johnson County Community College board. They were among six candidates — including two incumbents who both won — vying for the three open positions on the seven-member board. File photo by Allison Long The Kansas City Star
David Lindstrom, Greg Musil and Nancy Ingram won seats on the Johnson County Community College board. They were among six candidates — including two incumbents who both won — vying for the three open positions on the seven-member board. File photo by Allison Long The Kansas City Star

Three win seats on the Johnson County Community College board

April 07, 2015 09:01 PM

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