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Twin Falls Elections

Twin Falls Elections

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ED GLAZAR ¥ TIMES-NEWS Voters arrive Tuesday at the Twin Falls County Courthouse.

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RUPERT • Patrons of the Minidoka County Joint School District approved a two-year, $1.95 million plant facility and supplemental levy Tuesday.

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SHOSHONE • Shoshone voters decided Tuesday to renew a supplemental levy to help the school district pay operating expenses.

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WENDELL • Wendell voters on Tuesday rejected a $3.1 million bond that would have paid to upgrade school buildings and curriculum.

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BURLEY • Taxpayers in the Cassia County Joint School District approved a two-year $774.224 supplemental levy Tuesday.

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FILER • Filer voters Tuesday night overwhelmingly approved a two-year, $500,000 annual supplemental levy for the Filer School District. With a…

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TWIN FALLS • Twin Falls voters on Tuesday approved the biggest local school district bond ever — nearly $74 million to build three schools and…

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BUHL • Voters Tuesday approved a two-year supplemental levy of $400,000 a year for the Buhl School District. With all precincts reporting, the…

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MURTAUGH • Murtaugh voters approved a $5.4 million bond Tuesday for a new elementary school by a 75 percent majority.

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KIMBERLY • With a thumbs-up from voters Tuesday, Kimberly School District won’t have to make any more significant cuts.

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CASTLEFORD • The Castleford School District will get a boost in funding thanks to a voter-approved supplemental levy.

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JEROME • The Jerome School District’s nearly $24 million facilities bond passed Tuesday, with 70 percent of voters saying “yes.”

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BURLEY • Taxpayers in the Cassia County Joint School District approved a two-year $774.224 supplemental levy March 11.

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RUPERT • Patrons of the Minidoka County Joint School District approved a two-year, $1.95 million plant facility and supplemental levy March 11.