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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

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What is the Area Education Agency

The Iowa legislature established 15 Area Educational Agencies in 1974. They were formed to provide equity of educational services to all students in Iowa.

Man pleads guilty to threatening Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa

This undated file photo provided by the Pottawattamie County Sheriff's Office shows Robert Simet, who pleaded guilty Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, to threatening Republican U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa in July 2017. His sentencing is scheduled for May 23. FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Pottawattamie County Sheriff's Office shows Robert Simet, who pleaded guilty Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, to threatening Republican U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst of Iowa in July 2017.

New facility will help cook up new food businesses

The 2,500-square-foot Kitchen Council plans to open in early February. Its commercial kitchen and business development experts will help entrepreneurs launch food-related businesses.


Carol Olson, of Des Moines, will represent Grassley and oversee the work of regional directors and constituent service specialists in Grassley offices statewide, including Cedar Rapids, Council Bluffs, Davenport, Des Moines, Sioux City and Waterloo. Olson has been Deputy Secretary of State for Electronics in Des Moines for the last three years.

Omaha man sentenced for shooting death of Iowa man

An Omaha teen has been sentenced to up to 12 years in prison for his role in the gun-play death of another man last year. Omaha television station WOWT reports that 18-year-old Montana Garbez was sentenced Friday to six to 12 years for manslaughter for the April death of 20-year-old Scott Evans, of Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Concord Univ. grad needs help getting to Australia for unique internship

Dominic Wilson, a business student who graduated in December 2017 from Concord University, has been selected for an internship in Melbourne, Australia. Dominic resides in Council Bluffs, Iowa and plans to work there until he leaves this summer for Australia.

Cold weather kills birds at Iowa peacock farm that produces much of nation's hatching eggs

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Officer hospitalized after responding to drug investigation

A police officer was taken to Mercy Hospital in Council Bluffs as a precautionary measure Monday after responding to a drug investigation at a Carter Lake motel. A police officer was taken to Mercy Hospital in Council Bluffs as a precautionary measure Monday after responding to a drug investigation at a Carter Lake motel.

In Trump era, what does it mean to be an 'Evangelical'?

For many Christian conservatives, the term 'evangelical' is now more of a political identifier than a doctrinal one - which has led some high-profile religious leaders to question or even abandon the term. Pastor Joshua Nink, right, prays for then Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Jan. 31, 2016, as Mr. Trump's wife, Melania, left, watches after a Sunday service at First Christian Church, in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Project 2017: the year in politics

KMA News continues its "Project 2017" series, brought to you by Cornerstone Bank of Clarinda.

Chaplains for Iowa police department need more members

Chaplains who provide emotional support and spiritual guidance to police officers in western Iowa say they're looking for more members to better serve the community. The Daily Nonpareil reports that the Council Bluffs Police Department Chaplain Corps met with police recruits Friday to spread the word about the program and their need for more chaplains.

Burglary charges dropped against Nebraska bounty hunter

OMAHA, Neb. - A judge has dismissed a burglary charge against a bounty hunter who broke into and searched an Omaha family's home before realizing he was in the wrong house.

Former softball coach convicted in 2nd sex abuse trial

The Daily Nonpareil reports that John Osborn was convicted Friday of four counts of sexual abuse. Court records say his sentencing is scheduled for Feb. 1. It was the 50-year-old Osborn's second trial on the charges.

Cousins find great-great-grandma's grave in Hastings

For decades, only a small brick engraved with the number "1685" marked a grave in the far corner of a grassy field that sits on the outskirts of town.

Iowa man pleads guilty to federal tax evasion

Prosecutors say 49-year-old Michael Collins, of McClelland, entered the plea Thursday in a U.S. District Court in Council Bluffs. He faces up to five years in prison at his sentencing, which is scheduled for May 11. Prosecutors say Collins didn't initially didn't report around $289,000 in income in 2006 and then filed an amended return but didn't pay the tax due.

E-Hawks Wrestle At Don Nelson Fort Dodge Invitational

FORT?DODGE - Emmetsburg's E-Hawks collected three second place finishes at Saturday's Don Nelson Invitational at Fort Dodge. Christian Nichols at 120, Levi Aldous at 126 and Spencer Griffin at 138 pounds would all earn the runner-up finishes on Saturday to pace the E-Hawk grapplers.

Iowa Capitol home to point, counterpoint holiday displays

Visitors Monday to the Iowa Capitol had two new exhibits to view along with the usual array of murals, statues and displays - a Nativity scene with the baby Jesus and a separate depiction of the Bill of Rights featuring some of the Founding Fathers and the Statue of Liberty. For the second straight year, the Thomas More Society - a national not-for-profit law firm - and the American Nativity Scene organization installed a privately funded manger scene in the Capitol rotunda to promote a "Christ-centered" holiday observance, said Martin Cannon, a society attorney.

Man sought in Iowa slaying picked up in Nebraska

Authorities say 43-year-old Michael Thacker was picked up in Lincoln. He's accused of killing 34-year-old David Simpson.

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