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UPDATE: Huntington North Students Returning to Class After Unconfirmed Bomb Threat

HUNTINGTON COUNTY, Ind. (WOWO): Huntington North High School students are returning to class after reports of an unconfirmed bomb threat. Officials with the school say that the building has been cleared and the students will return to their regularly scheduled school day.

Students were evacuated to Kriegbaum stadium Wednesday afternoon after the school received the report of the bomb threat.

All athletic games, practices, and after-school activities will take place as originally scheduled. 

Original Story: 

HUNTINGTON COUNTY, Ind. (WOWO): Huntington North High School administrators issued a statement saying they have received unconfirmed reports of a bomb threat at Huntington North High School. Students have been evacuated to Kriegbaum stadium. They are currently under the supervision of school personnel and law enforcement.

Officials say the students are safe and away from the building. There is also no early dismissal at this time.

The single HNHS away Athletic Event will take place as scheduled, but all HNHS Athletic Practices are canceled for Wednesday.

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