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Newcomers Ginny Riley and Natalie Arnett will join incumbent Jackie White on the Inter-Canyon Fire board.

The three received the most votes in the May 3 election and will serve three-year terms. White had been appointed to the fire board recently to fill a vacancy.

According to unofficial results, White received 139 votes, Riley received 131 votes, Arnett received 122 votes and Ann Imse received 79 votes.

White, a Realtor, said in the Canyon Courier voter guide that she wanted to ensure the fire department is equipped to handle the threat of wildfire, “so we all may enjoy the gifts and beauty our foothills community provides for years to come.”

Arnett, a project manager, said in the voter guide that she would bring her communication and leadership skills to build relationships with constituents, advocating for the needs of the fire department.

Riley, operations manager of a software development company, has been involved in the Homesteader East Community Wildfire Preparation and Implementation Plan, saying in the voter guide that she “learned much during that process and want to continue to serve the district and my neighborhood by ensuring that community needs are communicated and addressed.”