By a 51-vote margin, John Trischitti III wins the open seat race for Midland school board, District 5.
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Texans for Fiscal Responsibility takes a look at two of the candidates vying for a seat on Midland school board.
Midland ISD’s board weighs their options for a 2019 bond election and whether high population growth should equal a high price tag.
Four of seven elected positions in Midland have drawn multiple candidates, while the remaining three are left unopposed.
Exceptionally high sales tax revenues have led Midland County to allocate nearly $12 million to other local governments.
Midland Moms on a Mission have launched an online petition calling for the resignation of Midland ISD’s superintendent and administrative staff.
Midland ISD officials predict another hefty Robin Hood bill for the next school year.
Despite financial struggles, Midland ISD places a high priority, and hefty price tag, on hiring a new communications professional – a symptom of a much larger debate occurring at the state level.
A Midland city council member recently announced his intention to place the largest bond proposal in the city’s history on the November ballot.
Over the next two weeks, MISD board members will lay out their plan for academic recovery in Midland and seek input from community members.