Bomb Threat Discovered at Worland High School
Authorities in Worland continue to maintain high security at the high school, after a threat to blow up the school was found scrawled on a bathroom wall.
Bomb sniffing dogs from several agencies around the state have been brought in to help, but nothing has been found in the multiple searches.
The message on the bathroom wall said the school would be blown up on Thursday. Despite having not found any explosive devices, Washakie County Sheriff Steve Rackness says his department won't be taking any chances.
Officers will remain on the scene all-night and through Thursday. Officers are continuing to search everyone and everything that comes into the school, and have limited access to only one entrance.