- Associated Press - Wednesday, November 5, 2014

NOTUS, Idaho (AP) - Southwest Idaho voters have again rejected a bond to replace a school built in 1926 in Notus.

The $4.8 million bond to build a new elementary school needed a super-majority of 66 percent to pass but received only 61 percent on Tuesday.

School officials say they have concerns about the safety of the building.

Voters previously rejected a similar bond in August.

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