Clinton Superintendent: ‘All clear’ after bomb threat at Jr. High

Clinton School Superintendent Curt Nettles said the all clear was given after a bomb threat was made to Clinton Jr. High. (Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau photo)

 

By Blake Haas

CLINTON – The all clear sign has been given after students at Clinton Unit 15 Junior High had to evacuate due to a bomb threat.

Unit 15 Superintendent Curt Nettles confirmed a bomb threat was made Tuesday, and the source of the treat is still under investigation by Clinton Police.

This story will be updated.

Blake Haas can be reached at Blake.Haas@cumulus.com.

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