In Kenmare, administrators are trying to figure out what to do after voters failed to OK a 7-and-a-half million dollar bond proposal.
The question got more than 56% support, but that's not up to the 60% threshold required for a bond question.
Superintendent Duane Mueller says there are many questions for administrators to answer.
(Duane Mueller, Kenmare Superintendent) "The issue right now is probably in the elementary area, we're growing in that area which is good, the families that are moving into our district. And, just where do we go from here? We don't have any extra space right now and so that's where we're going to start."
It's the second time in several months that Kenmare voters have said no - a 14 million dollar proposal failed last year.