Two more northeastern Oklahoma school districts schools close early after threats

Two more students have been arrested, and threats or rumors of threats have caused officials at two more northeastern Oklahoma school districts to cancel classes early.

BY LAURA SUMMERS - Tulsa World Modified: December 21, 2012 at 6:45 am •  Published: December 21, 2012
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Two more students have been arrested, and threats or rumors of threats have caused officials at two more northeastern Oklahoma school districts to cancel classes early.

Classes at the Caney Valley and Locust Grove school districts will not be held Friday, officials said.

Two students were arrested in Ramona in connection with threats directed at Caney Valley Public Schools.

The Caney Valley district said in a news release on its website Thursday that two middle school students had made threats to harm other students.

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