The Kishwaukee River, sometimes locally known as simply "The Kish", is a 63.4-mile-long (102.0 km) river in the U.S. state of Illinois. "The Kish" is famous for its high number of bridges that cross within its 100-year floodplain.
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... The Kishwaukee watershed is one of the three highest quality river systems in Illinois ... Over sixty-five miles of the Piscasaw, Rush Creek, and the main branch of the Kishwaukee are class "A" streams ...
... a little north of the confluence of the north and south branches of the Kishwaukee river ... center of the village, which is a formation of the Kishwaukee river valley ... The north branch of the Kishwaukee River travels through Cherry Valley's central business district ...
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