In addition to several contested seats on the Marinette County Board, there will be a few other battles for city, village and town seats in the spring election. The election is April 7 and a primary election, if needed, is Feb. 18.

Following are some of the other races not yet published:

■ City of Niagara: Incumbents with no opposition are aldermen Dan Decker and Glen Lantagne, along with municipal judge Scott Sexton.

■ City of Peshtigo: There will be contested race for mayor as incumbent Cathi Malke will face Tony O’Neill. Alderpersons John Behrendt, District 2, and Archer Leupp, District 3, have no opposition. Jillian Schutte, District 3, is not seeking re-election. Dick Berth has filed for that post. Cindy Sutek is unopposed in her quest for the four-year term of municipal judge serving the city, along with the towns of Grover, Peshtigo and Porterfield.

■ Village of Coleman: Incumbent trustees seeking re-election with no opposition are Timothy Gould and Jeff Gosa. Jesse Parker is not seeking re-election to his trustee post. Sean VanErmen is running for that spot.

■ Village of Crivitz: Incumbent trustees seeking re-election with no opposition are Michael Strandt, Amy Grandaw and Stewart Swanson.

■ Village of Pound: Incumbent Mary Meyer, along with challengers Kevin Schutte and Wayne Gross are seeking two trustee positions. Incumbent trustee David Navis is not seeking re-election.

■ Village of Wausaukee: Incumbent trustees Steve Stumbris and Pat Tracy are running, but Kyle Stumbris, another incumbent, is not. James Feldmann has filed for that seat.

Towns with five-member boards have elections this year. Those with three-member boards do not have elections.

■ Town of Peshtigo: There will be a primary election for both supervisor seats. Incumbent Supervisor 3 Thomas Holterman is challenged by Ryan Van Cleve, Kayla Furton and Daryl Joy, while incumbent Supervisor 4 Dan Van Beek is challenged by Tom Roggendorf and Kristen Edgar.

■ Town of Pound: Incumbent supervisors Dave Pellman and Mike Zeitler have no opposition.

■ Town of Stephenson: Incumbent supervisors Jeffrey Lieuwen, Seat 2, and Andrew Rogers, Seat 4, have no opposition. Rogers was appointed to fill a vacancy left by former supervisor Kevin Solway and he is seeking a full term on the board.

■ Town of Wausaukee: Incumbent Supervisor 3 Kurt Stumbris is not seeking re-election. Norbert Van Den Elzen is seeking that seat. Incumbent Supervisor 4 Dennis Taylor is challenged by Jeffrey Smithana.