Menomonie School District dealing with threat

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MENOMONIE, Wis. (AP) — School administrators in Menomonie have alerted parents that classes will likely be canceled Wednesday across the district because of a threat.

Authorities haven't provided details about the threat, but say it was found at Menomonie High School.

WQOW-TV ( ) reports classes will be held as usual Monday and Tuesday. Administrator Joe Zydowsky says school staff will talk to students Monday about the threat.


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