State Says E.Coli Probe Over

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Updated: 5/04/2012 12:02 am
The state's investigation into E.coli at a Lincoln County school appears to be over.

Last week, three children from Stanford Elementary became sick. The school says its food is not the source.

The state says its investigators didn't find any problems at the school, and since there haven't been any more cases, the investigation has gone as far as it can.
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