Students have been allowed to return to a school in northwest Iowa that was evacuated due to a bomb threat.
Students and staff returned to Remsen-Union Community School Monday afternoon to retrieve their belongings after authorities determined it was safe. There are no reports of injuries.
The Plymouth County Sheriff's Office used bomb-sniffing dogs to search the school for any signs of explosives following a threat received in the morning. Students were taken to a local church and then dismissed.
The newspaper says about 380 students in preschool through 12th grade attend the school.