The Daily Iowan

Sycamore Mall reaches agreement on Von Maur departure, redevelopment project planned

QUENTIN MISIAG

July 12, 2013

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The loss of its largest and most prominent retail tenant has been a longtime coming for Iowa City’s Sycamore Mall. Nearly two years to be exact. But in the face of a projected July 27 grand opening of a new 80,000-square-foot...

Debate over $40 million Gateway Project continues

QUENTIN MISIAG

July 12, 2013

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Contention, confusion, and concern. Ask any of the nearly three dozen concerned residents, city planners, and members of the Historic Preservation Commission, and they’ll tell you that in their eyes, the $40 million Dubuque...

Fire chief candidates meet with public

ALISON CRISSMAN

July 12, 2013

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Candidates for Iowa City fire chief met with the public Thursday during an event held at the Senior Center as part of an ongoing interview process. The candidates answered individual questions in a style that allowed attendees...

VP candidate stresses branding, even marketing at universities

EMMA WILLIS

July 12, 2013

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One candidate vying for the position of vice president for Strategic Communication at the University of Iowa says the university should market itself as a great brand, giving equal attention to many facets of the school. Jeff...

UI Dentistry gets children’s grant

EMMA WILLIS

July 12, 2013

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After 30 years of work in the dental field, University of Iowa College of Dentistry’s Gayle Gilbaugh, a specialized care coordinator, and Cathy Skotowski, a UI clinical assistant professor of pediatric dentistry, continue...

Woman charged after hitting husband with wooden stick

KRISTEN EAST

July 12, 2013

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A local woman has been charged after allegedly hitting her husband during an argument. Sarah Griebahn, 22, was charged on Thursday with domestic-abuse assault causing bodily injury. According to a Coralville police complaint,...

New candidate jumps into school board race

KRISTEN EAST

July 12, 2013

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Another local resident has announced his candidacy for the Iowa City School Board. Iowa City resident Jim Tate joined the race this week. He and wife Lily live on Iowa City’s Southeast Side, and their daughter, Rebekah,...

Prime Time League wraps up regular season

DOMINICK WHITE

July 12, 2013

Filed under Sports

Anthony Clemmons found himself at the top of the key, his team clinging to a 1-point lead. But the lane parted like the Red Sea for Clemmons, who slammed the ball through the basket โ€” an exclamation point in his team’s...

Uthoff makes post matchups a nightmare

MATT CABEL

July 12, 2013

Filed under Sports

Mike Gesell wasn’t kidding.  “Jarrod Uthoff is a matchup nightmare,” he said on June 23 after his team lost to Uthoff’s and Anthony Clemmons’ team.  And on Thursday night, Clemmons agreed.  “That’s...

Ihm happy but frustrated with first pro outing

CODY GOODWIN

July 12, 2013

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SILVIS, Ill. โ€” Steven Ihm lined up for his birdie putt on the 18th green, knowing he had to strike the ball with enough force to send it 28 feet, 9 inches. He set his feet, drew back, and watched as a promising putt skated across...

Morris named to Nagurski Watch List

CODY GOODWIN

July 12, 2013

Filed under Sports

Iowa senior linebacker James Morris has been named to yet another preseason watch list. In addition, 28 linemen and 26 defensive backs were also selected. Morris, a native of Solon, is also on the Bednarik Award and College Footb...

Iowa, B1G announce 2016, 2017 football schedules

CODY GOODWIN

July 12, 2013

Filed under Sports

The Big Ten office announced the conference football schedules for the 2016 and 2017 seasons on Thursday. The schedules consist of nine league games each season, with Iowa playing five road games in 2016 and five home games in...