Sioux City

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a city in northeastern Iowa where the Big Sioux River joins the Missouri

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has acquired Iowa-based brick manufacturer Sioux City Brick, the company said.
Haynes and his crew used the two remaining engines to steer a course to Sioux City, Iowa, where the plane crashed on the runway, bursting into flames and breaking apart in a cornfield.
A division of Australian-owned company, Brickworks Limited (ASX:BKW), Brickworks North America Corporation (Brickworks NA), the parent of Glen-Gery Corporation, acquired a brick manufacturer, Sioux City Brick for an undisclosed amount.
Norton was a student at Briar Cliff University, Sioux City, and a member of the women's volleyball team.
The spill reached the Rock River, which joins the Big Sioux River before merging into the Missouri River at Sioux City.
The clinics in Burlington, Keokuk and Sioux City will close effective June 30.
The Sioux City FBO has more than 100,000 square feet of hangar space, a Part 145 Repair Station, extensive avionics capabilities, a large reception area, conference room, pilot's lounge, and flight planning.
In a press release, Sioux City said the partnership with SSAB will help their customers "in a wide variety of industries, including: agriculture, construction, heavy transport, energy, and mining."
In a tweet sent out after Cruz's comments in Sioux City, Trump denied suggesting the registry.
Denver's 140+ identified news providers--including 25 digital-only outlets--is about 2.5 times that of Macon (24) and Sioux City (31) combined.
Schmidt joined (pre-Besser) Quinn Machinery and Foundry in 1992, progressing in Finance department positions to a 2005 appointment as treasurer; he was appointed Pipe and Precast director five years later, with responsibilities for Sioux City and Boone, Iowa, operations.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa -- Record Big Sioux River flooding prompted residents in three states to hurriedly prepare for the rising water Thursday, with people lining up for sandbags and moving museum artifacts and other items to higher ground.
Sioux City officials estimate about a third of the trees that line city streets and populate Sioux City's public parks are ash trees.
Uncontained engine failures have led to catastrophic accidents such as the DC-10 crash in Sioux City Iowa in 1989.
Next, Anthony Sabatino of Loyola Marymount University, Dan Ryan of the Diocese of Sioux City, Iowa, and Regina Haney of the National Catholic Educational Association discuss the establishment of committee-driven boards in their essay, "Strategic Restructuring of School Boards in the Diocese of Sioux City: A Model for Developing a Community of Committee-Driven Catholic School Boards." This essay discusses how the diocese utilized regional teams, representing principals, administrators, and individual school board members, to develop a long-term strategic plan for the diocese through a committee-based, data-driven process.