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Council Bluffs is located in the westernmost part of Iowa on the east bank of the Missouri River and is adjacent to Omaha, Nebraska. Even though Omaha has grown to be a much larger city, Council Bluffs is several decades older. Council Bluffs was established in the early 1800s and in 1854, following the Kansas-Nebraska Act, speculators and businessmen from Council Bluffs decided to found Omaha. The city's name was derived from an 1804 meeting of the Lewis and Clark Expedition with Otoe tribe.

Population: 58268
Local Newspapers: Daily Nonpareil Southwest Iowa Now Omaha Reader Omaha World-Herald
Local Sports Teams: Omaha Royals (Triple A Baseball) Creighton (Bluejays)
Local Colleges: Creighton Iowa Western Community College

Zip Codes associated with council bluffs, iowa: 51501 51503
Towns/Cities near council bluffs, iowa : Omaha NE Glenwood Oakland Malvern

Council Bluffs News
Iowa a leader in job-training programs

Finding a pathway from high school to the right career can be difficult, but an apprenticeship can shorten the journey. With a registered apprenticeship, a worker receives on-the-job training while completing classroom instruction and is paid during training.

Firefighter donates $1,000 to two families

Lincoln Fire Fighters Association President Ron Trouba said they wrapped up this year's Operation Warm--in which they donated 1,000 winter coats to students at Huntington and Everett elementary schools--when one of his union members was moved enough to want to anonymously donate $1,000 to help some families. "When we finished things up at Everett this year, one of our firefighters who participated said 'look, I want to go a step further.

Two dead in Iowa bus fire

After the fire was contained, authorities found two dead, later identified as 16-year-old Megan Klindt and 74-year-old Donald Hendricks. Klindt and Hendricks were the only two on the bus at the time of the fire.

2 people killed in school bus fire in western Iowa

The bodies of two people were found on this school bus after a fire Tuesday morning southeast of Oakland, Iowa. The call about the fire went out shortly after 7 a.m. Oakland, Carson and Macedonia firefighters were called to assist.

Lee Heithoff | Md. Legal Aid

Lee Heithoff has joined Maryland Legal Aid as the new chief attorney of its southern Maryland office. Most recently, Heithoff was the deputy director of Iowa Legal Aid, the statewide legal services provider in Iowa.

I-10 car vs. semi crash leaves Iowa woman in serious condition

An Iowa woman is hospitalized in serious condition following a scary crash involving a car and tractor-trailer on Interstate 10. According to a Florida Highway Patrol press release, Anita Kay Bishop, 74, of Council Bluffs, Iowa, was eastbound on I-10 at the time of the 10:49 a.m. crash Tuesday.

Merging historical groups buying former church building

The Daily Nonpareil reports that the Historical Society of Pottawattamie County and Preserve Council Bluffs are negotiating to buy the former St. Patrick's Catholic Church building. The organizations plan to use the 93-year-old facility as a community center that could be rented for events.

Riverfront construction to impact Iowa, Nebraska

The Omaha World-Herald reports that work will begin Friday on a mixed-use campus in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Personal belongings of Boston singer Brad Delp for auction

In this July 24, 2004 file photo, Boston lead singer and guitarist Brad Delp performs at the Outdoor Star Arena at Ameristar Casino and Hotel in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Fans of the rock band Boston can get more than a feeling at an upcoming auction - they can get their hands on the personal belongings of Delp.

Body found in burned-out wreckage of vehicle

The Council Bluffs Daily Nonpareil reports that that Shelby County sheriff's deputies and firefighters responded to a report late Tuesday night of an explosion and fire in Harlan. Harlan is about 50 miles northeast of Omaha, Nebraska.

Council Bluffs resists tribe's plan to for nearby casino

The Council Bluffs City Council is preparing to take legal action against a recent National Indian Gaming Commission decision that approved a plan from the Ponca Tribe to build a casino in nearby Carter Lake, Iowa, the Daily Nonpareil reported . Carter Lake is just northwest of Council Bluffs and northeast of Omaha, Nebraska, where officials also oppose the proposed casino.

City leaders in western Iowa to take action against casino

Leaders in a western Iowa city say they'll ask the courts to block a proposed tribal casino that officials in Nebraska also oppose.

Western Trails Center telling its own story in Council Bluffs

The Western Historic Trails Center in Council Bluffs was created to tell the story of this area's importance to the many westward trails of the 1800s. The center is displaying some history of its own in celebration of 20 years of providing insight into early American travel.

Fence pickets to help fund improvements at Dream Playground

A Council Bluffs group working to update and expand the Dream Playground at Lake Manawa State Park intends to use fence pickets to help fund the project. The Daily Nonpareil reports that plans call for a picket fence to surround the playground.

The Music of TSO Offered On Envision Networks Chop Shop Special

ENVISION NETWORKS' THE CHOP SHOP GUITAR SHOW presents its annual TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA Holiday Special! In celebration, they are offering this two-hour presentation free. Host STEVE BLACK joined the band in COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA as they rehearsed for their 20th anniversary WINTER tour and had exclusive access to rehearsals as the band prepared for this year's "The Ghosts of CHRISTMAS EVE tour."

Jim McKee: Alfred D. Jones becomes Omaha first postmaster and much more

Alfred D. Jones is shown here about 1890 long after he was Omaha's first postmaster and served the city, the Nebraska Territory and the state.

Clark Storage Facility Moves Closer to Reality in Council Bluffs, IA

Clark Storage LLC received initial zoning approval on Tuesday to build a self-storage facility in Council Bluffs, Iowa. With a unanimous vote, the planning commission agreed to rezone 8-plus acres for the 500-unit project that would be located near the northwest corner of S. 35th Street and U.S. Highway 275, according to the source.

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