SALINA, Kan. — Police are investigating after a threat was made at a Salina high school for the second time in two weeks.
Around 11:30 Monday morning, someone found a paper note in an office at Salina High School Central indicating a bomb had been placed somewhere in the building.
School resource officers and other staff searched the school but found nothing. The school was never evacuated, and classes went on as scheduled.
Two weeks ago, another note was found indicating that violence would be committed at the school.
No suspects have been identified in either case.