Yuma’s newly elected and re-elected officials took their oaths of office during an inauguration ceremony held Friday at City Hall.
Arizona Supreme Court Judge Andrew W. Gould administered the oaths individually to council members Mike Shelton, who won reelection, Ema Lea Shoop, who returns to the council, and newcomer Chris Morris, as well as Municipal Court Judge Jeanette Umphress, who retained her seat.
After the ceremony, the officials shared messages with the Yuma Sun.
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