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July 22, 1993 | LOUIS SAHAGUN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Eleven days after severe flash-flooding knocked out power and running water here, the heart and soul of this city of 250,000 residents remained on a war footing Wednesday. With the city's water treatment plant and major electrical substations still mostly out of commission, 40,000 downtown workers remained on orders to stay home while crews tried to restore basic sanitation and safety services at major firms and City Hall.
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July 22, 1993 | LOUIS SAHAGUN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Eleven days after severe flash-flooding knocked out power and running water here, the heart and soul of this city of 250,000 residents remained on a war footing Wednesday. With the city's water treatment plant and major electrical substations still mostly out of commission, 40,000 downtown workers remained on orders to stay home while crews tried to restore basic sanitation and safety services at major firms and City Hall.
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August 28, 2005 | Jon Van, Chicago Tribune
It's a long way from here to Hollywood, which is one reason Jim Mudd likes this town of 35,000. His marketing company, the Mudd Group, makes TV commercials, video e-mails and website content that it ships to TV stations and customers around the country over communications connections as fast as anything available in Chicago or Los Angeles. "Many TV commercials once made in California now come from Canada because it's cheap," Mudd said. "In Iowa, we can make them even cheaper."
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