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School bomb threat prompts evacuation

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WILLIAMSON CO -- A bomb threat prompted an evacuation Thursday at Project E.C.H.O in Johnston City.

According to the regional school superintendent, a teacher found a note saying a bomb would go off at 11 a.m.

Administrators evacuated the building and Williamson County Sheriff's deputies conducted a search.

After giving the all clear all students were back in the building in time for lunch.

At last check investigators were still trying to determine who left the note.
 

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