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ⓘ Thor, Iowa




Thor, Iowa
                                     

ⓘ Thor, Iowa

The town of Thor is a farming community which was originally built up chiefly by Scandinavian immigrants. Settlement of the township started in 1869 with the filing of a claim by Ole Willicksen, who was a native of Stavanger, Norway. In 1881, the town of Thor was laid out by the Western Town Lot Company. Thor was platted in 1882. It was named after the mythical deity Thor in Old Norse mythology.

Thor was earlier serviced by Iowa highway 302, which was decommissioned in 1980.

                                     
  • County is a county in the U.S. state of Iowa As of the 2010 census, the population was 9, 815. The county seat is Dakota City. The county was created in
  • students from the towns of Eagle Grove, Thor Vincent, Woolstock, and surrounding areas in Iowa The mascot of Eagle Grove High School EGHS is the eagle, and
  • location the same year. The concrete abutments were built by Thor Construction Company from Cedar Falls, Iowa The bridge was listed on the National Register
  • Iowa is a state located in the Midwestern United States. As of 2010, there are 947 incorporated cities in the U.S. state of Iowa According to the 2010
  • return to the team for the 2019 season. At Iowa Sauter was parked by NASCAR for wrecking Austin Hill during the caution lap. As a result of the incident
  • Benfica in the Campeonato Nacional Feminino. After receiving Icelandic citizenship in June 2019, the head coach of the Icelandic national team, Jon Þor Hauksson
  • basketball with Iowa State from 1996 to 2000. In 1999 - 2000 season the team won the Big 12 regular season and tournament titles and went onto the Elite Eight
  • Ingvi Þor Sæmundsson 7 December 2017 Fridrik Ingi: Robinson er i engu formi Visir.is in Icelandic Retrieved 3 January 2018. Ingvi Þor Sæmundsson
  • The M M s 200 presented by Casey s General Stores is a 200 - lap NASCAR Gander RV Outdoors Truck Series race held at Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa 2010:

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