The Daily Iowan

Councilors move on 500-foot spacing rule

KRISTEN EAST

July 23, 2013

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Drinking establishments in the outlying areas of Iowa City are one step closer to having more flexibility in where they may set up shop. Currently, an ordinance restricts new drinking establishments in all of Iowa City from opening...

School Board firm on Hoover

QUENTIN MISIAG

July 23, 2013

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Despite an outpouring of red-shirted “Save Hoover” advocates, many of whom were students, teachers, and Iowa City area residents, the Iowa City School Board effectively has sent the East Side elementary school to the...

Man charged with stealing decorative ball

CASSIDY RILEY

July 23, 2013

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A man from Gravois Mills, Mont., has been charged after allegedly stealing a decorative ball from downtown Iowa City. Garret Gilley, 20, was charged at 1: 38 a.m. Tuesday with fourth-degree theft. According to a police complaint,...

Woman charged with stealing from Walmart

CASSIDY RILEY

July 23, 2013

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A local woman has been charged after stolen Walmart merchandise was allegedly found in her home. Atlantis Pinder, 23, was charged on Monday with fourth-degree theft. According to a police complaint, Pinder was allegedly found...

Council OKs Field House liquor license

KRISTEN EAST

July 23, 2013

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The Iowa City City Council approved a liquor-license renewal for the Field House after one of its three owners divested all ownership rights last week. The city staff originally recommended that the request for a liquor-license...

Council approves Moss Green project

KRISTEN EAST

July 23, 2013

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The Iowa City City Council voted Tuesday evening  to move forward with plans for the Moss Green Urban Village Project. The city councilors approved an amendment to the project on a 6-1 vote during their formal meeting. Amendment...

Council moves on FilmScene issue

KRISTEN EAST

July 23, 2013

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City officials say they have become increasingly accommodating toward venues that serve alcohol in recent years, and one ordinance before the Iowa City City Council, they believe, further exemplifies their commitment to helping...

Iowa City transit bus strikes bicyclist downtown

QUENTIN MISIAG

July 23, 2013

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A Tuesday afternoon bus collision involving a bicyclist crossing one of Iowa City’s most heavily traveled streets is the latest of several that have taken place over the past two years. But one Iowa City transportation...

Disterhoft’s height playing large factor in Game Time

JACOB SHEYKO

July 23, 2013

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Iowa women’s basketball freshman Ally Disterhoft stands taller most guards she plays against. At 6-feet, the Iowa City native has used her size to her advantage during summer-league play, leading her squad to within one...

Clemmons caps off successful summer

MATT CABEL

July 23, 2013

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It’s been quite a summer for Iowa guard Anthony Clemmons. He’s now a two-time Prime Time League champion. He was named co-MVP of the summer league alongside fellow Hawkeye Jarrod Uthoff. He averaged 24.1 points in...

Point/Counterpoint: Will Tiger ever win another Major?

DI STAFF

July 23, 2013

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Yes Tiger Woods will never be the golfer he once was. The man who once struck fear into those who walked the course with him is gone. However, it would be foolish to say that he will never win another major. Tiger is 37 ye...

Freeman takes 11th at World Championships

CODY GOODWIN

July 23, 2013

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Former Iowa diver Deidre Freeman placed 11th in the 1-meter springboard final at the FINA World Championships in Barcelona’s Piscina Municipal de Montjuïc. Deidre finished the competition with 236.30 points. Freeman was...