danl1 said:I'm always fascinated by the irrational weight people place on anniversaries.
I'm thinking more crackpot than school here, but it's as true for birthdays and wedding anniversaries.
My wife went there. I was expecting this to be Boulder High. They always seem to have this kind of thing happening.PDex said:Seems someone placed a suspicious package at the front door.
why are they looking for the car? so they can find the passengers and punish them because the school over reacted?PDex said:OMG!!!!!! It was some geocaching dorks.
After examining the package, police determined that it was a geocaching device. Geocaching is an activity where people use GPS devices to locate hidden containers around the globe.
A teacher at the school noticed a man and a woman burying some kind of box near a stone sign at the front of the school at about 11:40 a.m., according to police. Once the box was buried, the middle-aged pair drove away in a cream-colored SUV with Nebraska plates. Police have put an alert out for the vehicle.
A traditional-style geocache -- which often consists of a Tupperware box with a log book in it -- has been hidden on the Fairview Campus for just over two years, according to the Web site www.geocaching.com