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Waterloo is noted as one of the most diverse cities in Iowa and is also one of its most historic.
MOLINE, Ill., June 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Deere & Company announced today that it will invest approximately $100 million to modernize the John Deere Foundry in Waterloo, IA with a continued focus on meeting customer requirements and improving business performance. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20030326/JOHNDEERELOGO) Deere said the modernization work will take place over the next 4 to 5 years and will allow the company to leverage more advanced casting designs and...
By Emily Christensen, Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, Iowa Aug. 4--CEDAR FALLS -- A vegetative island in the middle of the Hartman Reserve Nature Center parking lot is getting a makeover that will improve the look of the land and protect the forest surrounding it.
By Josh Nelson, Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, Iowa Jul. 31--INDEPENDENCE -- The Buchanan County Health Center is about to go through its largest growth spurt since its inception.
By Emily Christensen, Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, Iowa Jul. 28--CEDAR FALLS -- Iowans interested in improving George Wyth Lake can attend a meeting Tuesday to discuss and review a recent water quality study and suggestions for improving the lake.
By Karen Heinselman, Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, Iowa Jul. 11--TRIPOLI -- Squeals emerge from a cluster of bushes and trees. About a half-dozen adolescent girls swat at mosquitoes and snack on raspberries as they poke through underbrush at Cedar Bend Park.
By Melody Parker, Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, Iowa Jul. 6--WATERLOO -- In fairy tales, everyone is supposed to live "happily ever after." The shoe fits and Cinderella gets her Prince Charming. Jack climbs the beanstalk and returns safely to earth.
By Amie Steffen, Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, Iowa Jun. 21--WATERLOO -- Whether it is cleaning up or just curiosity, people flock to floodwaters. But working, playing, wading or swimming in floodwaters is potentially harmful, according to health officials.
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