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Council Bluffs keeping eye on rising Missouri River

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Council Bluffs keeping eye on rising Missouri River

By Radio Iowa Contributor Like many Iowans, officials in Council Bluffs are watching the water levels rise and begin to swallow landmarks. John Batt, the city’s assistant director of Park and Recreation, says water from the Missouri River is already flowing into Tom Hanafan River’s Edge Park. “We basically have closed the road going into it to try to […]

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Cool temperatures raise questions about early frost

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By Radio Iowa Contributor With the cooler temperatures that we have been experiencing, many farmers are wondering if that may mean an early frost is likely this year, [...]