Teton County, Idaho voters passed two mill levies to help fund their schools by wide margins yesterday. Unofficial tallies indicate both issues passed by about 74% of the voters. The supplemental levy is to provide $2.6-million per year over the biennium for school operations and a plant facility levy will generate $400-thousand per year for the next five years. This marks the third straight election voters have approved the supplemental levy. According to Teton County, Idaho Elections Clerk Mary Lou Hansen, 1,520 of the county’s 5,365 registered voters turned out yesterday for the special election.