• Hardwood threat causes lockdown, is found to be a hoax
    November 17,2012
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    DUXBURY ó Vermont State Police say the threat reported at Harwood Union High School Friday turned out to be bogus.

    The state police said they received the reported threat from the school at 8:30 a.m. The school was temporarily locked down as a result of the threat.

    According to state police, no threat was found after school officials searched the school grounds. Classes then resumed.

    The state police did not say what kind of threat it was and no arrests have been made. The investigation is ongoing.
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