Undated_Voters in Sterling and Comanche approved school bond proposals in Tuesday's elections.
In Sterling, voters were faced with a pair of proposals. The first, for $165,000, was approved by a vote of 167-93. The money will pay to replace an SUV, a driver's ed car, and a pickup truck for the agriculture department, along with renovations to the school's bathrooms and hallways.
The second proposition, approved by a 176-83 vote, was for $210,000, and will pay for two new full-size buses.
In Comanche, voters approved a $5,430,000 bond proposal that will pay for the construction of a multi-purpose center to be built next to the school's gym. The center will provide practice facilities for basketball and wrestling, along with a fitness and weight center for all students, as well as a physical education facility for the elementary school.
The bond proposal also includes money to replace the roofs in two buildings and upgrade their heating and air conditioning systems.