The two-week filing period for spots on municipal ballots on north Logan County for the November General Election ended at noon last Friday.

Although there are six races on the ballot for city offices in Paris, there will be only one contested race.

Paris Mayor Daniel Rogers, City Clerk Mary Sullivan, City Attorney Cory Wells and City Council members Ray Sharum and Pam Baumgartner are unopposed. City Council member David Rhineheart drew an opponent. Rhineheart, who serves in Position 1 of Ward 3, is being opposed by Mitch Davis.

The seat carries a four-year term of office. Rhineheart was first elected in 2002. Davis filed for the office on Thursday, Aug. 16.

In Caulksvile, incumbent Mayor Richard Pettigrew is unopposed as are City Council members Johnny L. Culver, Scott Lee, Larry L. Lux, Mickey Mainer and Kedric Paschal.

In Ratcliff, Mayor Roger Hughey is unopposed as are City Clerk Oleda Bennett and City Council members Shirley Hice, Larry Hice, Lewis Bennett, Rose Bottoms, Suzanne Kellogg and Chris Middlebrooks.

In Scranton, Mayor David Corbitt is unopposed as are City Council members James Tencleve, James Schwartz, Jame Ahne, Ernie Mellon, Cody Alexander and Jerry Seifert.

In Subiaco, Mayor Bobby Sewell is unopposed as are City Council members Carol L. Geels and Michael S. McCombs. No one filed for the three other City Council seats in Subiaco and those will be filled by nominations voted on when the new City Council takes office.

In Morrison Bluff, Mayor Charlotte Siebenmorgen is unopposed as are City Council members Randy Siebenmorgen, Gary Lensing, Francis Raible and Josephine Tencleve. John Geels is unopposed for the Position 3 seat on the City Council.

A drawing for ballot positions for the November General Election will take place on Monday, Aug. 27 at 10 a.m. at the Logan County Elections Commission office, which is located at 14 East Walnut in Paris. The public and candidates can attend.