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Last updated on Friday, November 21, 2008
(TRITON) - Tight security remains in place following the third death threat at Triton Junior-Senior High School in northern Indiana.
Superintendent Carl Hilling says only about 40 percent of the Triton School Corporations' 600 students attended classes Wednesday.
About 96 percent came to school on Thursday.
Hilling says state and local police are monitoring the school to keep students safe.
He declined to describe the nature of the latest threat.
The first threat was found November 4th in a restroom at the Marshall County School, about 20 miles south of South Bend.
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