Voters in Harrison County, W.Va., have rejected a $42.5 million bond proposal that would have helped pay for construction of two middle schools and improvements at several existing elementary schools.
To read The Times-West Virginian article, click here.
Earlier: The Harrison County (W.Va.) school district is seeking voter approval on Saturday of a $42.5 million bond request. The bonds would cover the district's share of a $67 million construction proposal that calls for two new middle schools, a new elementary school, and improvements at several existing schools.
To read more about the district's proposal, click here.