Steve Buttry

Editor, The Gazette

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Editor of the Gazette in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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Rising waters  in the Des Moines River are threatening Iowa's state capital with mandatory evacuations. Voluntary evacuations already had been called for.

Rising Flood Waters Wreak Havoc and Close Interstates

Rising waters in the Des Moines River are threatening Iowa's state capital with mandatory evacuations. Voluntary evacuations already had been called for.

from To the Point

Tornados have struck four states in the Midwest, killing four Boy Scouts in Iowa.  Meantime, nine Iowa rivers have reached flood levels and fifty-three counties have been declared…

Iowa Residents Flee as Flood Waters Rise

Tornados have struck four states in the Midwest, killing four Boy Scouts in Iowa.  Meantime, nine Iowa rivers have reached flood levels and fifty-three counties have been declared…

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