HEBER — Selecting from a field of seven candidates, Heber voters elected two incumbents and a former board member to serve on the Heber Public Utility District board.
Incumbent Diahna Garcia-Ruiz said she is going to focus on Heber's journey toward cityhood during her second term.
"Oh yes — No. 1 project. Heber is in for things we never expected," she said. Garcia-Ruiz was re-elected with 177 votes, or nearly 21 percent of the total votes.
Another re-elected incumbent, Margarito "Tito" Huerta Jr., said, "I wasn't going to campaign and I didn't.
"I was hoping my actions spoke louder than words. Sometimes the actions that you do for the community or the youth speak louder than signs.
"I went to work today and went about my business," said Huerta, who was re-elected with 127 votes, or nearly 15 percent of the total votes.