MINDEN, Neb. — Minden voters will decide next week whether their students will attend classes in a new high school.
Within the last week, registered voters received mail-in ballots for Tuesday's $25.995 million school bond election. The proposed bond issue would pay for a new 123,000-square-foot high school, renovations to Minden's existing C.L. Jones Middle School, repairs to East Elementary School and demolition of the old high school.