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Des Moines too.

level 2

I would imagine the other half of the Quad Cities as well?

level 2

Sioux City?

level 3

They're represented by Steve King, but I think that's more on the surrounding rural communities than on SC itself.

level 3

Yes.

level 4

Nice. I was born there. That's why I asked.

level 5

Just out of curiosity, do people from Sioux City also call it "Sewer City"? It was very common for people going there to visit.

level 6

Never heard Sewer City. Heard Dirty Dodge and Mason Shitty a few times though.

level 7

Interesting. I went to college in Wayne, NE and it was commonly called that I'm guessing due to the smell coming off the river in town.

level 8

I don’t get to northwest Iowa very often, so that could be. I’m in eastern Iowa.

level 9

Ahh, I see. I love eastern iowa! I was born in Iowa City and still have family there.

level 6

I wasn't born here but yes; the locals are still calling it that.

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