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Most Minnesota School Bond Issues Approved

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Several Minnesota school districts went to voters with bond issues Tuesday:

- The Detroit Lakes School District $59 million bond issue went down to defeat with about 42%  of people voting yes and 58% voting no.

- Hawley School's $11.6 million bond issue passed with 721 votes.  The money will go to building a new gymnasium, new locker rooms and new elementary and high school classrooms.

- Pelican Rapids voters passed the districts $21.9 million bond issue for building repair and maintenance.

- Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton asked voters to approve two ballot questions.  The 1st-- which renews the existing levy -- passed 471 votes to 177.  The second ballot question geared for improving  technology and student services also passed.

- In Crookston voters approved a $6 million school bond issue to help pay for repairs to school buildings.

-Fisher, Fosston, Parkers Prairie, Roseau, Warroad, and Win-E-Mac schools also had bond issues approved by voters.

Click here to see more Election 2013 results from around the area.

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