BEDFORD COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — A high school in Bedford County was on high alert Monday morning after a report of a possible bomb threat.
Bedford County Schools reported that Cascade High School was evacuated. Bedford County sheriff’s deputies searched the school and cleared it after there was no bomb found.
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The school said students are returning to regularly scheduled classes after officials have determined the school is safe.
Extra law enforcement will remain on campus.
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