New faces will join the Pawhuska City Council, and Pawhuska Board of Education.

Lifelong Pawhuskan Rodger Milleson outdistanced incumbent councilor and vice Mayor Cindy Tillman in Tuesday's elections in Osage County. Milleson was making his first run at elected office.

Milleson received 57 percent of the 511 votes cast Tuesday. Tillman finished at 43 percent. Milleson was elected to the at-large seat on the council.

In the race for the office 2 position on the school board, School Board President Jeff Bute lost his re-election bid to Thomas J. Boone Jr. Boone garnered 57 percent of the 698 ballots cast, while Bute finished with 43 percent. It will be be Boone's second stint on the Board of Education. He served one, five-year term before losing a 2015 election for Office No. 5.

Republicans picked an opponent for the April 4 general election to fill the District 1 County Commission seat. Will Cubbage will face off against Pawhuska Democrat Jerry Howerton on April 4. Cubbage defeated Randall Jones in Tuesday's Republican primary.

Cubbage wrapped up 71 percent of the 529 ballots cast, while Jones had 29 percent.