Student Pat-Downs After H.S. Bomb Threat

NEW ULM, Minn. (WCCO) — Students at New Ulm High School will get a pat-down on the way to class because officials found a written bomb threat at the school Thursday.

Officials and police searched the building last night and nothing was found.

Still, students will be searched before they enter the high school today as a precaution.

The threat was on a note found in a stairwell at the school. It said someone was going to “bomb” the school today.

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