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Des Moines too.

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

Sioux City?

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

Yes.

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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