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Retired counselor and former officer vie for JP


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In a rematch of the June primary, a retired Montana Highway Patrol officer will face a substitute teacher in the nonpartisian race for Hill County justice of the peace.

In the June primary, retired Highway Patrol officer Terry Stoppa received 2,042 votes while his opponent, substitute teacher Ramon "Ray" Bergh, received 683 votes. Both men advanced to the November general election as the top two vote-getters.

Stoppa, 56, was born and raised in Alpena, Mich. He graduated from Alpena High School and studied for two years at Alpena Community College.

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