Iowa River


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Iowa River

A river rising in northern Iowa and flowing about 500 km (300 mi) southeast to the Mississippi River in the southeast part of the state.
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The river topped a sandbag wall in Hamburg, Iowa, and had flooded every other Iowa river community north to Council Bluffs.
"Now, we have someone we can call," she said, riding her horse, Cowboy, through the shallows of the Iowa River's South Fork, which flows through her fields.
As a result of the 2008 flood of the Iowa River and subsequent condemnation of the original Voxman Music Building, the Music Library had been housed for eight years within the Main Library.
The Iowa River flows around Dey House, the home of the renowned University of Iowa Writers' program, the nation's first creative writing program.
Eash, 2010: Floods of May 30 to June 15, 2008, in the Iowa River and Cedar River basins, eastern Iowa.
Researchers at Iowa State University developed and then tested the methodology in a pilot study of six bridges in two Iowa river basins--the Cedar River Basin and the South Skunk River Basin.
Also operating under the council's non-profit status: the local cinema, where shows are held for $2 each; the Iowa River Players, presenting four live performances each year; a Santa Claus house during the holidays; and three robotic programs--all in a town of 2,500.--Bill Vossler
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I remember sitting at twilight on a wooden bridge that ran across the Iowa River, my legs dangling under the guardrail.
San Antonio, TX, January 18, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Massage Heights, a family-owned membership-based massage franchise company that helps people elevate the everyday and lead a balanced life through professional, convenient and affordable therapeutic massage and facial services, opened its 100th location, Massage Heights Iowa River Landing in Coralville, Iowa.
The Iowa City Council plans to establish the district along the Iowa River as an "urban renewal area" to encourage further development.

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