Minden to try another high school bond election

MINDEN — The scope has been determined for another project to build a new high school here, with patrons expected to render a verdict in the Nov. 4 general election.

On May 13, members of the Minden Board of Education approved a $22.6 million project. The November election will come about 14 months after patrons struck down a similar proposal with a price tag of nearly $26 million.

“Based on the feedback, we determined to move forward but to make a few reductions to the plan,” Superintendent Melissa Wheelock said this week.

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