Today’s best bets around Siouxland

Today’s top picks from our online calendar. Find more events at siouxcityjournal.com/calendar.

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Repair of flood-battered Northeast Nebraska roads to take time

DAKOTA CITY — Dakota County road crews had yet to finish fixing road and bridge damage caused by a flood last summer when another round of flooding nearly two...

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Iowa counties among healthiest in nation, new report says

Iowa counties are among the healthiest communities in the United States, according to new nationwide listings released on Tuesday. The 2019 Healthiest Communities Rankings, an annual list compiled by...

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2019 Women of Excellence nominees to be honored

SIOUX CITY — The following nominees will be honored at the 35th annual Women of Excellence Awards and Banquet on Tuesday at 5 p.m.:

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Manure lagoons overflow in western Iowa floods

STORM LAKE, Iowa — Spring flooding is causing problems for western Iowa animal feeding operations, with overflowing manure lagoons reported at eight Northwest Iowa feedlots and farmers telling of...

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Iowa State next up to seat student on Board of Regents

Iowa State University is next in line to seat a student representative on the nine-member Board of Regents, after recent University of Northern Iowa graduate Rachael Johnson last week...

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Iowa flood disaster not over ‘by a long shot’

DES MOINES — Iowans continued to assess spiraling flood damage Monday while keeping a wary eye on the skies and rising rivers as forecasters predicted more rain in areas...

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ACLU sues Iowa Public Information Board over Autumn Steele records

The American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa has filed a lawsuit seeking review of a decision by the Iowa Public Information Board that two law enforcement agencies did not...

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British lawmakers vote to seize control of Brexit for a day

LONDON — British lawmakers voted on Monday to wrest control of Brexit from Prime Minister Theresa May for a day in a bid to find a way through the...

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Corps of Engineers makes Monday increase in Gavins Point releases

OMAHA — Water releases from Gavins Point Dam were increased Monday as snow from northern plains begins to melt and flow into Missouri River reservoirs upstream.

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