The Daily Iowan

Rummage in the Ramp expands footprint

QUENTIN MISIAG

July 31, 2013

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Although the sights, sounds, motions, and sometimes even smells of moving vans, young people hauling couches and large pieces of furniture down flights of stairs and out windows is a common picture for college towns toward the...

No upper floor renovations planned for Panchero’s location

QUENTIN MISIAG

July 31, 2013

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While recent months have seen continued change to the downtown Iowa City landscape, one restaurant with local roots has decided to go against the redevelopment grain. Following aggressive historic rehabilitation and modernization...

Fields to serve on education commission

DI STAFF

July 31, 2013

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A member of the Iowa City School Board is among 20 Iowans tapped by the Iowa Legislature to serve on a state commission to aid in the implementation of new education-reform law. Patti Fields, who was first elected to the School...

Voter registration sees some changes

DI STAFF

July 31, 2013

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Iowa’s voter registration is in for a shakeup. Beginning today, county auditors across Iowa’s 99 counties will start using new, revised voter-registration and absentee-request forms. The new Iowa Mail-In Voter Registration...

Man charged with multiple thefts

DI STAFF

July 31, 2013

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A man has been charged after allegedly committing numerous thefts. Samuel Buatti, 18, was charged on Monday with first-degree theft, second-degree theft, and third-degree burglary. According to a police complaint, on June 16,...

Man charged after threatening woman with knife

DI STAFF

July 31, 2013

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A local man has been charged after allegedly threatening a woman with a knife. Gary Oldaker, 48, was charged on Sunday with first-degree harassment and on Monday with an alcohol violation. According to a police complaint,...

Man charged with third OWI

DI STAFF

July 31, 2013

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A North Liberty man has been charged after allegedly driving while intoxicated. Jacob Garot, 26, was charged on Wednesday with possession of a controlled substance and a third OWI. According to a police complaint, Garot was...

Fifth suspect in July 15 robbery arrested in Georgia

DI STAFF

July 31, 2013

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Iowa City police have located the fifth suspect in a robbery that occurred earlier this month. Christopher Kelly, 31, Iowa City, was arrested in Smyrna, Ga., on Tuesday on warrants for first-degree robbery-joint criminal conduct...

UI law school expands existing degrees, adds new programs

DI STAFF

July 31, 2013

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The University of Iowa College of Law will offer several new degrees, and it has expanded several existing programs. New to the college is a two-year path to the Juris Doctorate for international students who have law training...

USPS to hold meeting regarding Iowa City location

DI STAFF

July 31, 2013

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The U.S. Postal Service will hold a public meeting at City Hall next week regarding a proposed project for the Iowa City location. Officials hope to gather public input and discuss a project for the Iowa City site from 10-11...

Dixon impresses during summer months

JACOB SHEYKO

July 31, 2013

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Melissa Dixon torched teams coming off the bench last season. This was evident in Game Time League play, and it appears as if that will stay constant this upcoming season. The only difference may be that Dixon will do it from...

Sindlinger ready to bring experience to Hawkeyes

RYAN YOUNG

July 31, 2013

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Average golfers might never hit a hole in one in their golf careers — maybe one, if they’re lucky. “My parents and grandparents would take me out golfing all the time as a kid,” she said. “But once ...