Muskegon Comm. College cleared after bomb threat; classes canceled

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MUSKEGON, Mich. — Muskegon Community College  campuses were given the "all clear" around 11 a.m. Monday following a bomb threat, but classes are canceled for the day.

Grand Haven Public Safety officers were searching the Grand Haven campus where a note was discovered.  The campus, which is part of the Grand Haven Community Center, has been cleared, as has the Loutit District Library, which is next door.  The center and the library have reopened.

Parents and students told FOX 17 they had received text messages from the school informing them of the situation. Classes will resume on Tuesday.

We'll have more information when it becomes available.

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  • Andre S

    I highly doubt anyone associated with MCC has the intellectual wherewithal to successfully construct a functional explosive device. Nothing to worry about.

    • Zack

      Implying that MCC students are intellectually inferior to others based on their academic decisions is an incredibly ignorant thing to say. You’re better than a community college student? Great. Maybe you built the bomb then.


    Ah it was just a gutted clock in a brief case. The student will now receive a invite to the WH.
    Well, depending on his ethnicity