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Friday, November 21, 2014
Mingus could pursue bond to fill capital needs
Mingus Superintendent Paul Tighe: “Nothing is different today than it was a month ago. We’ll continue to struggle to meet the needs for everything capital related.”
Mingus Superintendent Paul Tighe: “Nothing is different today than it was a month ago. We’ll continue to struggle to meet the needs for everything capital related.”
COTTONWOOD -- School board members are looking to a possible bond election after voters decided against a capital override in November, said Mingus Union High School superintendent Paul Tighe.

"We're concerned because there's no mechanism to meet our capital needs," he said. "The board has directed me to bring our bond company in to give information to the board about options."

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Contestants turn out for auditions for the Cottonwood Idol II at the Susan J Rheem, Adult Care Services Center on Main Street on Wednesday. The vocal competition is open to ages 8 years old and older and another audition is scheduled for Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The actual competition is in January. Above, Trevor Bates impresses the judges during the tryouts. VVN/Vyto Starinskas

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