New high school proposal passes in Seminole



By Randy Ellis Staff Writer rellis@oklahoman.comSEMINOLE — Students in Seminole can finally look forward to a new high school. After two previous bond issue votes failed, voters on Tuesday approved a proposal to issue $21.66 million in bonds to finance construction of a new four-year high school. The vote was 992 (69.32 percent) to 439 (30.68 percent), according to final but unofficial results from the Oklahoma State Election Board. "This high school puts us on the path of where we want to be," said Seminole Superintendent Alfred Gaches.Read more on
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