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Burlington is located in southeastern Iowa, in Des Moines County. The city hoses the Snake Alley Criterium, one of the toughest bicycle races in the Midwest. The course is 15 blocks, with an elevation change of 555 feet to 678 feet. The race takes place entirely on city streets, mostly located downtown. The race is most widely known for its one block stretch on an historic brick street named Snake Alley. Snake Alley is 276 feet long and has five switchbacks over the course of a 60 foot increase in elevation.
Local Newspapers: The Hawk Eye
Local Sports Teams: Iowa Barnstormers Iowa Hawkeyes
Local Colleges: Southeastern College at Burlington
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$500,000 set aside for RecPlex bubble parking
The three newest members of the Burlington City Council agreed to give $500,000 for new parking at the RecPlex, which would serve both the existing city-owned facility and a planned in-door companion structure. Council members Jon Billups, Lynda Murray and Matt Rinker voted to give $500,000 taxpayer dollars to the Imagine Campaign, a local effort raising a combination of private and public money to build an air supported bubble structure by the RecPlex.Booth-Harris and Morris enter guilty pleas in attack on jailer
Two men entered guilty pleas in separate hearings Monday in Des Moines County District Court for attacking two correctional officers last December at the county jail. Earl Booth-Harris, 25, and Bobby Joe Morris, 27, entered pleas to willful injury causing serious injury, a class C felony, which carries a 10-year sentence, and assault on a correctional officer, an aggravated misdemeanor, punishable by up to two years in prison.Russy Fry and Debbie Wagenbach talk about their new books
Russ Fry and Debbie Wagenbach have become rather well known authors around Burlington. Him for exploring the depths of Des Moines County history, and her for inspirational children's stories.West Burlington graduates take first step into adulthood
Glisan was one of 59 West Burlington High School seniors who graduated into the real world Sunday. Today, she leaves for the basic training camp.Bigger race, bigger turnout
In an attempt to revitalize an aging Burlington tradition, organizers of the 23rd annual Great River Bridge Race decided to try something new. They moved the start time from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. then added a walking tour of the Great River Bridge for those who didn't want to run in the 5K or 10k.Cathy Glasson: 'I'm tired of centrist Democrats'
If Democrats are looking for a middle-of-the-road candidate to support in the June primary, Cathy Glasson likely isn't their candidate, and she's OK with that. "I'm tired of centrist Democrats that nibble around the edges and never solve the problem at its core," said Glasson, a nurse and labor leader, during a campaign stop Friday evening at the Uptown Ivy in Burlington.West Burlington Walmart evacuated after threat
On Thursday, May 17, 2018, at 9:31 AM officers responded to Walmart Supercenter in West Burlington Iowa after an employee overheard a subject claiming that he was going to be shooting people. The store was evacuated, and officers from West Burlington Police Department, Des Moines County Sheriff's Department, and Burlington Police Department assisted in search of the suspect.Designing a learning experience
Eight local high school students took on the roles of civil engineers and architects for the last quarter of the school year, and on Wednesday after school they presented their work to local professionals in those fields. As part of the new Civil Engineering and Architecture course, the students, from West Burlington High School and Burlington High School, imagined they owned the empty 15-acre lot in West Burlington by Deery Brothers and created plans for hypothetical businesses at the location.Emergency sewer repairs cost $244,000, nearly double original estimates
The cost disparity obviously isn't great news, Public Works Director Nick MacGregor said, but real concerns will come if such leaks become more commonplace. "Sewer separation is out in front of us," MacGregor said.Investigation of Burlington gun thefts results in three charged
On May 14th, 2018 the Des Moines County Sheriff's Office received a report of a burglary of a motor vehicle at a residence on 75th Avenue in rural Des Moines County. It was determined that the vehicle was broken into and a handgun was stolen.Officials ID woman whose body was found near burning vehicle
The Des Moines County attorney's office identified the woman Tuesday as 50-year-old Lisa Wischmeier. The office didn't release any information about the cause of her death.Retired BLET member Jeff Kurtz running for State Representative office in Iowa
BURLINGTON, Iowa - Jeff Kurtz, a retired member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen, is running for political office in the State of Iowa. During his railroad career, Brother Kurtz was a BNSF locomotive engineer and spent 10 years as Chairman of the BLET's Iowa State Legislative Board.Burlington senior, Anikka Cook, is 2018 Citizen Scholar
Burlington High School's Anikka Cook cannot imagine a life where she isn't at the forefront of the goings-on in her school and community. The soon-to-be graduate has racked up 1,293 volunteer hours while maintaining a 4.0 GPA throughout her high school career and juggling a plethora of school-sponsored activities in which she is actively involved, so much so she sometimes must be reminded to slow down.Grading getting underway on US 61 north of Burlington
In the next few years Memorial Park Road to 210th St. in Mediapolis will be a four-lane divided highway. More than 10 miles of trees on the west side of the two-lane highway are in the process of being cleared as crews prepare the land for eventual paving.Four people arrested on drug charges in Burlington
Two people acting as confidential informants for local and state narcotics investigators are among four people arrested Thursday in connection with the purchase of more than 11 ounces of methamphetamine from a Burlington home. Authorities said the couple stole a portion of the drugs they had just bought from the alleged drug dealer during the "controlled buy" in Burlington.Steamboat Days 2018 won't have a carnival
Amy Burkhart, president of the Burlington Steamboat Days committee, announced Wednesday the 56th year of Burlington's trademark music festival will be missing its usual carnival. The festival's organizers usually book contracts for next year's show in late fall.Burlington ought to stay dry as 'major' flood level looms
The Mississippi River is creeping into Burlington's riverfront parking lot, but forecasts show a flood that already in-place protections should be able to handle. The National Weather Service at Quad Cities projects a 18.4 foot crest to hit Saturday evening, and the river should hit the 18 foot flood stage Friday around 2 p.m. Meteorologist Peter Speck said rainfall and snow-melt far north of Burlington, mostly in Minnesota, is to blame for current flooding.Burlington prepares for junk car crackdown
Automotive tinkerers, get busy: a code change rolling through the City Council process in Burlington is paving the way for a junk car crackdown this winter in the vein of the city's nuisance garage program. Monday, Council members cast the first of three votes creating a new section of city code dedicated to junk vehicles.New Heartbeat Law debate expected to continue in the courtroom
On Friday, May 4, Governor Kim Reynolds signed the Heartbeat Law, banning most abortions after a heartbeat is detected, which is about six weeks into a pregnancy. Those supporting the law said that beat is a sign of life and this is how they protect the state's youngest residents.City Council voting on Madison Avenue grant that would add bike lanes
Burlington ranked second in a regional grant application process, but still is being offered $429,000. Last week, Public Works Director Nick MacGregor recommended the council take the offer and pull in some money earmarked for less-important projects on Oak Street and Parkway Drive.
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