TWIN FALLS — Twin Falls County Clerk Kristina Glascock will run for the position again in 2018, she confirmed Wednesday.

“It’s just been great, a great job,” Glascock said. “I love serving the public and I feel like I bring honesty and integrity to this position.”

Glascock has served as Clerk of the District Court, Auditor, Recorder, Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners and Chief Elections Officer since her appointment to the office in 2003. She was elected in 2004 and re-elected in 2006, 2010 and 2014.

She points to her office’s work implementing the Odyssey online judicial system as one of her proudest accomplishments during that time. Twin Falls was the first county to pilot the online program in 2015, as requested by the Idaho Supreme Court. Since then, Glascock and her staff have worked with other counties across the state to help them transition to the paperless system.

“That was a huge undertaking for me and for my staff,” Glascock said.

If re-elected, Glascock said, she’s looking forward to working on potential upgrades and expansions of the Twin Falls County jail and judicial building.

“I enjoy my job and the diversity that I get being the clerk of the district court,” she said. “And Twin Falls County is a great place to work.”