Voters In Rogers County, Jenks School District Approve Propositions
TULSA, Oklahoma - Voters approved two school bond issues in the Jenks school district, while voters in Rogers County restored a 1-cent sales tax that will fund road and bridge maintenance.
Jenks voters overwhelmingly approved two separate bond propositions worth more $14.3 million for the district by a margin of 82 percent to 18 percent.
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Voters in Rogers County approved the 1-cent sales tax, with 5,994 "yes" votes to 1,981 "no" votes.