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The Council Bluffs-Omaha area has received less than an inch of rain so far this month, 1.73 inches below normal. Rain totals since March 1... [Read More]
The Traditional Nurse Pinning Ceremony, Graduation Day, New Big time Sponsor Adidas joins the Pirate Ship Plus Pitching in on the Pitch. Host J.J. Davis... [Read More]
Before you think I'm writing about something as repulsive as someone upchucking in a plastic bag, let me say this isn't about that. What it... [Read More]
Scott Pruitt, the embattled Environmental Protection Agency administrator, moved Thursday to rescind much of a package of safety measures proposed for chemical plants nationwide after... [Read More]
Letter carriers collected more than 27,000 pounds of canned food during the 2018 Stamp Out Hunger campaign. [Read More]
Madeline Christensen is ready to graduate from high school and fulfill her promise to complete a college education. [Read More]
The following editorial was published in The Quad-City Times on May 7:... [Read More]
The Iowa Western Community College Board of Trustees will vote on tuition rates for the 2018-19 school year at its regular meeting on Monday. [Read More]
Erin Johnson, president of the Council Bluffs Noon Rotary Club, presented Council Bluffs Parks, Recreation and Public Property Director Larry Foster with a check for... [Read More]
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The flight will operate three times per week starting Aug. 12. [Read More]
Work on a comprehensive development program on both sides of the Missouri River continues, with a meeting planned in Council Bluffs for public comment. [Read More]
Pottawattamie Arts, Culture and Entertainment, the nonprofit developing a new $26.8 million arts and culture center in downtown Council Bluffs, has received another major gift. [Read More]
During a campaign stop at Barley's on Friday afternoon, Iowa Democratic gubernatorial candidate Fred Hubbell brought some familiar faces with him before talking about the... [Read More]
The threat of rain didn't keep people away Saturday morning. [Read More]
Rick and Wanda Gibson and family on Thursday announced a $10,000 donation from their endowment fund to the Dream Playground Re-Imagined project. [Read More]
A new cider business in Glenwood came to be thanks to a different type of drafthouse. [Read More]
Finishing runner-up twice in one day at the state meet could be frustrating. But when the girl in first place is one of the most... [Read More]
At the end of an illustrious high school running career, there was only one way Karley Larson wanted to end her senior season: with a... [Read More]
It probably will go down as the strangest way an athlete has become a quadruple gold medalist in a state track meet. [Read More]