TRI-CITY AREA — Voters in three area districts have selected who will serve on school boards. Winners have each earned a six-year term.

In Almont, three seats were up for grabs and the winners in that contest were Angela Edwards with 1,866 votes, James Wade Jr. with 1,395 and Jill Bowman-O’Neil with 1,372.

Rounding out the field were Charlton Zimmerman with 1,334 votes and Justin Burns with 902.

Bowman-O’Neil is an incumbent.

In the race for two seats on the Capac School Board, Beverly Wheelihan (1,896) and incumbent Bill Ellis (1,767) were the top vote-getters. John Antilla netted 1,494 votes.

In Imlay City, seven candidates were in competition for three school board seats.

Winners in that crowded race were Matt Parsch with 2,607 votes, Laura Zelenak with 2,354 and Alex Lengemann with 1,895. That makes Zelenak the lone incumbent to retain her seat.

Vote totals for the rest of the field include Kaylee Kaeding with 1,793; Bill Lengemann with 1,569; Marcel Lamb with 1,397 and Carm Ross with 1,259.