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The Kimball High School was placed on lockdown on Wednesday, March 15, during a routine search of student lockers and vehicles. Students were held in classrooms to prevent interaction with the canines during the search, according to Kimball Superintendent of Schools, Marshall Lewis.
“This particular event was planned as a preventative action,” Lewis said. “Law enforcement interaction is a regular part of the community collaboration in which Kimball Public Schools engages.”
Though the event, a cooperative effort between the Nebraska State Patrol, WING and the Kimball Police Departmen...
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