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Students kept inside at Columbine school following threat

Brisbane Times Thursday, 13 December 2018
Students at Columbine High School and nearby Denver schools are being kept inside because of a threat against Columbine that has drawn a large police response.
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Several schools in Jefferson County were on lockout Thursday morning after authorities investigated a claim of explosive devices inside Columbine High School.

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