Election Day: Magic Valley Schools Ask for Funding
There is still plenty of time to vote on school funding today as polls will be open until 8 p.m. tonight. Several school districts across the Magic Valley are asking voters to approve funding for their schools to maintain facilities and build future ones
Election Day! What you Need to Know
Idahoans across will head to the polls today to cast votes on a number of issues including city council races and school funding. In the Magic Valley there are a number of school funding issues for citizens to decide on including a tax levy for the Filer School District to fund ongoing programs.
Twin Falls Schools Approve $2.26 Million Emergency Levy
$2.26 million dollars has been approved by the Twin Falls School Board as an emergency levy fund. Emergency levies can be pursued by schools by the second week of September if the average daily attendance rates are higher than the previous year.
School Levy Results in Southern Idaho
Many of you voted either for, or against school levy's yesterday. It is no surprise that all Southern Idaho school's are overcrowded due to our rapid population increase over the last few years. With the population increase our schools need more money to build new facility's, hire mor…
School Bond Elections
Today, Tuesday March 10th, is the day to get out there and vote for a lot of school districts.
Below is a list of all county's that will be holding elections today:

In Twin Falls, voters are being asked to approve a two year, $9,000,000 supplemental levy. The money will go towards maintaining the…
Twin Falls School Levy [FAQ]
You may have a lot of questions regarding the upcoming Twin Falls school district levy. Will it impact our taxes? Didn't we just pass a levy? The Twin Falls school district has provided a Q and A to answer all your questions.
Buhl Schools Seeking Supplimental Levy
(KLIX)- Buhl School officials are hoping an upcoming levy election will help fill a budget gap. Next week Buhl voters will be asked to head to the polls and approve a $400,000 supplemental levy that would run for two years. Buhl School’s Superintendent Byron Stutzman says the tax rat…
School Levies To Be Decided May 15th
Not only will Magic Valley area voters have candidates to choose on May 15th but they will also need to make a decision on some school bond issues.  Voters in the Filer School District will be voting on a 2-year, $500,000 supplemental levy which will allow the district to maintain current opera…
Voters To Decide School Supplemental Levies In May
Primary election day is May 15th but voters in the Magic Valley will have more than just political candidates to vote for.  Several school districts will be asking voters to approve supplemental levies to help maintain operations in the aftermath of several years of state budget cuts.  The…
Supplemental Levies Pass In Magic Valley
Tuesday was a good day for school supplemental levies in the Magic Valley.  Hansen School District voters passed a $190,000 levy for one year.  Kimberly voters approved a $300,000 levy with 69% voting in favor.  Murtaugh voters passed a 3-yar $150,000 per year levy by 83%...
Supplemental Levy Elections Today
The polls open at 8 o’clock this morning  for a special election to determine whether or not voters will support more than 17 school district levies across the southern part of the state.    While some of these levies are new, others are renewals of district bonds alre…
Six School Districts Asking For Money Tuesday
Voters in six school districts in the Magic Valley will be going to the polls to decide on supplemental levies.  The Cassia County School District is asking for just over $681,000 per year for two years.
The money goes into the school district’s general fund.  Hansen School District is asking for a r…
Magic Valley Schools Holding Supplemental Elections
Several school districts in the Magic Valley will be asking voters for more property tax money in March to help keep the schools in operation.  On election day, March 13th, the Kimberly School District will ask voters for a two year, $300,000 dollar annual supplemental levy.
Buhl School Levy Election May 17th
Voters in the Buhl School District will decide on a supplemental levy on May 17th.  The proposed levy is for nearly $572,000 dollars for one year.  Buhl Superintendent Byron Stutzman ways the district will need that amount to keep the district running as it is now.
Buhl School District To Hold Levy Election
Buhl school district officials are warning that due to state cutbacks the district is over half a million dollars short for the coming school year’s budget.  In order to make up the shortfall, the Buhl school district voters will be able to vote on a supplemental levy on May 17t…

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