ⓘ Archer, Iowa

                                     

ⓘ Archer, Iowa

Archer was founded in 1888. It was named for John Archer, who owned the town site.

The perennial mayor bill Engeltjes oversaw the centennial celebration of 1988. Replete with a parade, fashion show, street Dance, and "greased pig" contest, the Celebration honored Northwest Iowa heritage.

The town of Archer supports two churches: one Methodist and one reformed.

                                     
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  • in Ames, Iowa They participated as members of the Big Eight Conference. The team was coached by head coach Jim Criner. QB David Archer Iowa State Football
  • These school districts serve Archer County: Archer City Independent School District Holliday Independent School District Iowa Park Consolidated Independent
  • David Mark Archer born February 15, 1962 is a former professional American football player. A 6 ft 2 in 1.88 m undrafted quarterback from Iowa State University
  • Cedar Rapids and Iowa City Railway reporting mark CIC also known as the CRANDIC, is a Class III railroad operating in the US state of Iowa The CRANDIC
  • James Patrick Archer May 13, 1883 March 29, 1958 was an Irish - born catcher in Major League Baseball MLB who spent nearly his entire career with four
  • county seat of Clinton County, Iowa United States. The population was 26, 885 as of 2010. Clinton, along with DeWitt, Iowa also located in Clinton County
  • The 2012 United States House of Representatives elections in Iowa were held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012 to elect the state s four U.S. Representatives
  • Iowa ˈaɪəwə listen is a state in the Midwestern United States, bordered by the Mississippi River to the east and the Missouri River and Big Sioux
  • the district extends into a small portion of northwestern Archer County. In addition to Iowa Park, the district also serves the town of Pleasant Valley
  • by an Archer Daniels Midland corn processing plant. Prior to 2003, Iowa Highway 965 ended at an interchange with US 30  US 151  US 218. Iowa Highway