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Longtime County treasurer, Quicke, has yet to file for office

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With the incumbent filing deadline fast approaching, due no later than 5 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 15, the Kimball County Clerk’s Office has been busy processing the necessary paperwork.

“My office is busy with the filing process,” Kimball County Clerk Cathy Sibal said.

Incumbents, anyone currently holding a public office, must file by Feb. 15 with the County Clerk’s Office. Currently, all local incumbents have filed with the exception of County Treasurer, Diana Quicke, who has served in public office for 40 years in December 2018.

“She is probably the longest running (local) officia...