Medora facing budget shortfall as student numbers fall

The interim superintendent of Medora Community Schools had been on the job only eight days when he had to deliver some bad news to his bosses.

Enrollment was down by 19 students this week, and that translates into a potential deficit of $177,221 in the 2015 general fund budget.

Superintendent Roger Bane, however, told school board members Thursday night that they might not want to get too concerned about the potential shortfall until December.

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