Today in the city Waterloo 25.03.2017

Brinker Lake Expansion Area Opens

Boaters at Brinker Lake in Waterloo will have more room to roam as officials remove a buoy line that had cut off access to a large area where a company had been mining sand and gravel.


97 Ways Of Saying The Same Hateful Thing: 'Get Out Of America'

“Go back to your country” and “Get out of my country.” That’s what white men in Kansas and Washington state told Indian and Sikh men in recent weeks before shooting them...


If Mom and Dad Are Deported

On Sunday, Feb. 26, the sermon at the Spanish-language Mass in Waterloo, Iowa, was about fear. Like many Catholic churches, the tan-brick, gothic Queen of Peace serves as a community center for H...


London Bridge Closed Due to ‘Suspicious Vehicle’

One of London’s major transport centres was in chaos Tuesday afternoon after London Bridge Station was shut due to a “suspicious vehicle” left nearby. Police were seen deploying a bo...


Group Plans $1.2M Renovations at 4 Historic Waterloo Homes

A group planning to invest $1.2 million to renovate four historic homes in Waterloo is seeking the city's help in creating a historic district.


Sullivan Brothers Statue Moved to Waterloo High School

Crews have relocated a 60-year-old statue that honors Waterloo's Sullivan brothers, ensuring a future to a memorial for the five siblings killed while serving in the Navy during World War II.


The Oscars Made History By Awarding Record-Breaking Number Of Black Stars

History was made at the 2017 Academy Awards on Sunday night with a record number of wins by black stars, and, ultimately by awarding the most diverse group of Oscar winners since the show began i...


‘O.J.’ Director Honors Nicole Brown, Ron Goldman, and Police Brutality Victims in Oscar Speech

After Ezra Edelman and Caroline Waterlow’s eight-hour miniseries “O.J.: Made in America” won the best documentary feature Oscar, Edelman remembered the murder victims who were subjec...


Waterloo Museum Prepares World War I Exhibit

World War I began 100 years ago this year, and the Grout Museum District is preparing for a centennial exhibition of the many uniforms and artifacts it has collected over the past several decades from...


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