Denison area voters have rejected a multi-million dollar bond issue to build a new middle school. Voters went to the polls Tuesday to cast ballots on two questions. The first sought permission for the Denison School Board to issue bonds of up to 11-point-seven million dollars for the project. The second would have let the board set a new levy amount. Both questions were rejected by about a two-to-one margin and needed 60-percent of the vote to pass.
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