Standard & Poor's Tuesday raised the underlying rating on the Lamar County School District's general obligation bonds two notches to A from BBB-plus based primarily on its rapidly expanding property tax base and good income levels.

The agency also raised the district's appropriation-backed debt two notches to A-minus from BBB, affecting $55.4 million of outstanding debt. The outlook is stable.

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