Just across the borders, North Dakota State University has ordered a campus-wide evacuation this morning after a bomb threat.
From the school’s website: "NDSU is requiring all employees and students to leave campus by 10:15 a.m. This includes residence hall students, who, if necessary, should walk to locations off campus. This also includes the downtown buildings and agricultural facilities.NDSU received a bomb threat, prompting this evacuation. Updates will follow.”
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