Voters in Bentonville School District No. 6, Ark., last week rejected a $135.7 million general obligation bond package that would have built the district's second high school. The proposal was opposed by 58% of voters in the northeast Arkansas district that includes the world headquarters of Wal-Mart Corp.

Superintendent Michael Poore said district officials must find another way to alleviate overcrowding at the single high school campus.

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