From The Billings Gazette: Voters in Hardin (Mont.) High School District 1 have approved a $7.5 million bond issue to expand and improve crowded Hardin High School. The money from the bonds will go to dozens of improvements around the school, notably a 41,690-square-foot addition that would add nine classrooms, a study hall, locker rooms with showers, a commons area and extra office and storage space. The bonds also will pay for rehabilitating the existing building to accommodate the addition and upgrading the school's electrical and heating systems. Built almost 60 years ago, the school was designed for about 400 students. It has housed as many as 500 students, but in recent years, enrollment has stayed steady at about 480.