CHICAGO — Voters in Williston, N.D., the heart of the state’s historic oil boom, rejected Tuesday a $55 million general obligation bond proposal by the local school district to accommodate a spike in enrollment.

Nearly 75% of voters rejected the request, which was the district’s first since 1955, according to local reports.

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