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A bright yellow “STORE CLOSING” sign is now hanging above the Dillard’s Clearance entry at the Mall of the Bluffs, 1751 Madison Ave., for the public to see.

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Traditionally, the Fourth of July weekend is the busiest period on Iowa waters. Boating, paddling, fishing and swimming are even more popular with what are often the warmest temperatures of the year.

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New legislation signed into law in May by Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds will add a Pottawattamie County Supervisor and a Council Bluffs City Council member as ex officio members of the Iowa West Racing Association Board or Directors.

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A bright yellow "STORE CLOSING" sign is now hanging above the Dillard's Clearance entry at the Mall of the Bluffs, 1751 Madison Ave., for the public to see.

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The Board of Directors of the Council Bluffs Chamber of Commerce announced Monday that Tom Hanafan has been hired as its interim president and chief executive officer. Hanafan will begin his chamber duties July 1.

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HINTON (AP) — School let out for the summer on May 29 at the Hinton school district. The very next day a host of eighth- and ninth-graders were learning key details about driving safely on area roads.

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Two Red Oak women were injured in a one-vehicle crash Sunday near Oakland.

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency is offering the financial help to those who have flood-damaged wells or septic systems in Fremont, Harrison, Louisa, Mills, Monona, Pottawattamie, Scott, Shelby and Woodbury Counties. The damage must have occurred between March 12 and June 15.

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Ryan Penney, a park ranger at Narrows River Park, is about to embark on his 10th year of participating in the Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa (RAGBRAI).

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An Avoca veteran became a recipient of a free roof from Titan Roofing, a Des Moines-based company that supports veterans and their families through the nonprofit organization Titan Project.

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In order to allow its team members to more fully enjoy the Fourth of July holiday, The Daily Nonpareil will only produce an E-edition on that day. Subscribers will not receive a printed edition, nor will print copies be available on newsstands.

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The museum on wheels currently houses a 300-square-foot exhibition called “Iowa History 101” and is filled with artifacts from the State Historical Society’s collection. The mobile museum will offer free self-guided tours 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 5 and 6 at Edgington Memorial Park in Avoca dur…

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Anyone who spent time in Council Bluffs in the 1950s or first half of the ’60s will certainly remember Playland Park. It would be impossible to miss a roller coaster three blocks long that passed over two city streets adjacent to the city’s busiest thoroughfare.

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Americans prefer a space program that focuses on potential asteroid impacts, scientific research and using robots to explore the cosmos over sending humans back to the moon or on to Mars, a poll shows.