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LYNDONVILLE — Back a few years ago, when the Caledonia North Supervisory Union board members began implementing Act 46, they envisioned what shared and improved opportunities they could create for students in the soon-to-be-expanded unified district.

LYNDONVILLE — Voters in the eight towns of the newly unified Kingdom East School District — Burke, Concord, Lunenburg, Lyndon, Newark, Sheffield, Sutton and Wheelock — decisively rejected a bond vote Wednesday seeking approval to spend up to $24 million for improvements to three schools.

LYNDON — About two dozen citizens turned out for the annual meeting of the Kingdom East School District on Monday evening, where a resolution urging the state to give more weight in the funding formula to rural students who come from poverty was overwhelmingly supported by those in attendance.