For the fourth time in as many years, Roundup school officials are asking voters to approve a pair of bonds that would replace the town’s century-old elementary school.
Last March, voters in the Elysian School district approved in a landslide a $10 million bond for an expansion and renovation of the fast-growing school.
The $122 million bond approved by Billings voters last week was a victory that likely will change the way mill levy and bond campaigns are run in this city for a long time.
Tamra Millikan hugs Mara Duncan as a crowd celebrates passage of the school bond at the Yes For Kids headquarters Tuesday.
Organizers and supporters of the Yes For Kids campaign celebrate the results of the vote that passed the school bond.
Billings school board chairman Allen Halter addresses the crowd at the Yes For Kids campaign headquarters after the results of the school bond vote were announced Tuesday, November 5, 2013.
Jim and Heidi Duncan, with their daughter Mara, check text messages as they wait for the results of the school bond vote at the Yes For Kids campaign headquarters Tuesday, November 5, 2013.
With less than 20 minutes left before polls close, Yes For Kids campaign volunteer Thomas Odenthal calls voters to make sure they got their ballots in Tuesday, November 5, 2013.
Billings school board member Greta Bech-Moen is tearful as she hugs Heidi Duncan after the results of the school bond were announced at the Yes For Kids campaign headquarters Tuesday, November 5, 2013.
School District 2 board chair Allen Halter, left, organizer Joe Splinter of Hilltop Public Solutions, Billings superintendant Terry Bouck, Yes For Kids co-chairman Jim Duncan, school board member Greta Bech-Moen, Yes For Kids co-chair Heidi Duncan, and Mara Duncan celebrate the election resu…
Billings school board chair Allen Halter, left, and school board clerk and district CFO Leo Hudetz, right, high-five as superintendent Terry Bouck and his wife, Kristy, center, celebrate the passing of the school bond at the Yes For Kids campaign headquarters on Nov. 5.
School District 2 Superintendent Terry Bouck, center, and his wife, Kristy, react as the room erupts in cheers as the results of the school bond were announced Nov. 5.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Laramie residents on Tuesday voted for major changes in how their city’s government is organized, despite objections from many of the city’s elected officials.
In a resounding win for Billings School District 2, voters overwhelmingly approved a pair of federal bonds worth $12 million Tuesday.
Since 1995 our schools have undergone 17 facilities studies by eight superintendents, 36 trustees, and hundreds of volunteers and staff. All of them tackled deferred maintenance. None of them had the opportunity this current school bond election offers. With federal and state help, our contr…
The elementary and high school bonds for School District 2 will save taxpayers more than $94,000 every year in energy costs. Energy use will be slashed by: