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The Des Moines Register
Reader's Watchdog: Paradise or a problem? Residents split over complex's management
The Fort Des Moines Senior Housing Center on the capital's south side promised to be a godsend for folks over 55. Immaculate and attractive, the newer complex filled with 60 units offered affordable rent and many amenities: a theater room, computers, regular social activities, a hospice room for end-of-life care.
Past Times: Starlet found near death in tub of ransacked apartment
Awol WAACs working as strippers, almost-nude starlets found floating face-down in overflowing tubs of a tossed apartment and bodies of dead soldiers all made their appearances in papers this date in past years of The Times.
Des Moines Riverwalk Construction Curbs Flooding, Looks Great
Contractor to be honored at international CONEXPO-CON/AGG equipment exposition for making a significant difference for the community's quality of life Every city wants to boast about its quality of life, but the construction of the Principal Riverwalk gives Des Moines a distinct advantage in the quality of life contest.
The Enoch Pratt library hosts lecture themed about women from World War II
What: You're invited to experience a history lecture by Janet Sims-Wood titled Fighting For Freedom: Black Women's Army Corps During World War II which, discusses the courageous example set by the first African-American WAC unit in Europe.