Threats close Catholic schools for third day
By Jennifer Kubus KVAL News
EUGENE, Ore.--Students at O'Hara Catholic School and Marist High School are being sent home from school again Friday morning.
O'Hara officials told KVAL that school has been cancelled, but did not confirm that it was because of another bomb threat.
However, Marist officials have told us that they did, in fact, receive another bomb threat this morning.
Classes at O'Hara and Marist were cancelled two other times this week because of similar threats.
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