Hansford elected Roswell Municipal Court Judge
by James Swift
jswift@neighbornewspapers.com
01:54 PM, Thursday, July 24
Taking home about 60 percent of the votes in a runoff election held Tuesday, Brian Hansford defeated Melanie Ellwanger to become the city judge of Roswell. “I would like to thank the Roswell voters for their confidence in me and for allowing me to...

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