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High school locked down after phone threat

Boulder City High School was on a soft lockdown for approximately 40 minutes today after it received a threat over the phone, according to the city’s Communications Manager Lisa LaPlante.

Two Boulder City Police officers responded to the school.

The lockdown was lifted around 1:35 p.m.

The caller’s phone number could not be traced, she said.

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