Broken Bow (Neb.) district seeks $9.95 million bond

July 26, 2010
Money would pay for elementary school addition and other improvements

From The Grand Island Independent: The Broken Bow (Neb.) school board and supporters are asking voters to approve a $9.95 million bond to pay for an elementary school addition and improvements to the middle and high schools. The election will be the district’s first to use mail-in ballots. The deadline to submit ballots is Aug.10.

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