Milan Area Schools students will be heading back to school tomorrow after the district received a bomb threat today.
The Milan Police Department has cleared all school buildings of any threat. Police officers, bomb detecting canines, and school administrators searched the buildings after someone sent an e-mail indicating that multiple devices had been placed in several locations within the district. As a result, all buildings were evacuated and students were sent home.
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