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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
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.

The Latest: Gaming panel approves plan for casino near Omaha

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The Latest: Gaming panel approves plan for casino near Omaha

OMAHA, Neb. - The Latest on a ruling from the National Indian Gaming Commission that approves a plan to build a casino near Omaha : Ponca Tribal Chairman Larry Wright Jr. says his confident his tribe will be able to build a casino in Carter Lake, Iowa, now that the National Indian Gaming Commission has approved it.

Iowa and Nebraska volunteers send cookies to US armed forces

Nick Nicotero, left, and Mike Crawford help pack care packages with the Iowa Cookie Crumbs for US military serving overseas Monday, Nov. 6, 2017 in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The group is scrambling to package and mail at least 30,000 cookies abroad to U.S. service members in an annual effort aimed at improving morale for those serving overseas during the holidays.

Professor donates hundreds of books to western Iowa jail

Nicole Juranek, a communications professor at the community college in Council Bluffs, hauled 800 paperback books to the Pottawattamie County Jail on Wednesday to give inmates there something to read, the Daily Nonpareil reported . It was Juranek's third annual donation to the jail.

Omaha Salvation Army holiday collection campaign has begun

The public turned out Friday at midtown Omaha's American National Bank for the lighting ceremony of the giant Christmas tree. A day earlier, the Salvation Army held another tree-lighting ceremony at American National Bank in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

REVIEW: Foo Fighters finally land in Des Moines

The Foo Fighters and time are strange bedfellows. On one hand, the band famously said they would be taking an extended hiatus near the end of 2016, leaving fans wondering when they would hear from their favorite group again.

West Sioux Rolls to Semifinal Win

West Sioux made the trip to the Uni-Dome worthwhile Friday with a 55-21 win over St. Alberts-Council Bluffs in the Class A semifinals. Jake Lynott returned the opening kickoff 93 yards and the Falcons were off and running.

Eastern Iowa locations offering freebies to veterans

Veteran's Day is November 11. Many locations in the state of Iowa and restaurants in eastern Iowa are offering special deals for veterans. Some places are also offering free meals.

Dike-New Hartford advances to 5th Volleyball Title match in six years

Top ranked Dike-New Hartford advanced to its 5th State Volleyball Final in 6 years. The Wolverines swept Council Bluffs St. Albert in a 2A Semifinal.

Iowa Man Sentenced For Dealing Fentanyl That Led To Death

An Iowa man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for conspiracy to distribute a powerful painkiller that led to the 2015 death of a Council Bluffs man. The U.S. Attorney's Office says 30-year-old Charles Jesse Beuterbaugh, of Carter Lake, was sentenced Tuesday in Council Bluffs' federal court.

Avalanche of corn kills a county supervisor who got buried underneath

Russ Kurth, 63, and another man, were checking on a door of the bin that had been leaking corn, Harrison County Sheriff Pat Sears told The Daily Nonpareil newspaper in Council Bluffs, Iowa. As the men approached the bin, the door malfunctioned or failed for some reason and burst open.

Powerball ticket sold at Council Bluffs convenience store

The winning ticket was bought at the Casey's at 701 32nd Ave. It matched the first five numbers drawn Saturday night but missed the Powerball number.

Meet the newest Iowa Artist Fellows in Oskaloosa Nov. 18

The Iowa Arts Council's newest Iowa Artist Fellows will gather in Oskaloosa this month to display and discuss their work with local artists and arts supporters as part of the 2017-2018 Meet the Arti st series. Musician River Breitbach of Dubuque, community-art specialist Jennifer Drinkwater of Ames, filmmaker Jack Meggers of Des Moines, artist Lee Emma Running of Grinnell and writer Rachel Yoder of Iowa City will share their work with the public and discuss ideas 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Oskaloosa Art Center and Studios, 115 1st Ave. W in Oskaloosa.

Western Iowa man guilty a second time for 2014 killing

An Iowa man has been found guilty a second time of killing a woman at his western Iowa home in 2014. The Council Bluffs Daily Nonpareil reports that a judge issued the verdict Friday against Robert Reynolds.

Dowling & Centennial Win, Sets Up Rematch in Semifinals

The Maroons are on to the semifinals and looking for a 5th straight title. #8 Ankeny Centennial rolled over #10 Council Bluffs Lewis Central 44-14 to advance to the dome.

Fight looms over GOP plan to let churches endorse political

Pastor Joshua Nink, right, prays for then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, as his wife, Melania, left, watches after a service in January 2016 at First Christian Church in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Pastor Joshua Nink, right, prays for then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, as his wife, Melania, left, watches after a service in January 2016 at First Christian Church in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Lights out at Gordmans: Bankruptcy is over; unsecured creditors get 5 to 11 cents on dollar

In the end, of course, as with any bankruptcy, some Gordmans creditors made off better than others: Creditors without any collateral - dubbed unsecured - got pennies on the dollars they say they were owed. The company's majority owner earlier had set itself up with a handsome dividend before the retailer's demise.

IA: New Metro Buses Will be Cleaner, Many with New Styling

People in Council Bluffs may see some different-looking city buses down the road. And they'll also be greener, at least environmentally speaking.

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