|SHS bond issue gets county attention|
|October 23, 2014 Jerry Purvis|
Supporters of a $29 million bond issue for Scottsbluff High School said itís not just about the building, but about how the community will be able to build and maintain a skilled workforce for the future.
Speaking to the Scotts Bluff County Commissioners, Scottsbluff School Superintendent Rick Myles and board president Bob Kinsey explained the facility, built in 1962, has become outdated and is deteriorating in many areas. The bond...
(The rest of this story is available to Subscribers only. Please subscribe or login here if you are already a subscriber)