The Daily Iowan

IMU reconstruction to begin this fall

MICHELLE KIM

September 5, 2013

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Despite five years having passed since Iowa River flood of 2008, any sign of reconstruction to one of the University of Iowa’s most prominent buildings โ€” the IMU โ€” remains to be seen. And while the day-to-do activities...

Kid Captain: Michaela Inman

MEGAN SANCHEZ

September 5, 2013

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For six years, Michaela Inman has been following Hawkeye football through its trials and tribulations while experiencing her own, and now she will be rewarded for her perseverance. “She loves the Iowa Hawkeyes,” said...

Former Hawkeyes establish poster company

DANIEL SEIDL

September 5, 2013

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It would be easy to mistake the cofounders of the Ginder Factory for a normal group of friends. The trio, while seemingly easygoing and quick to make jokes, have some very ambitious ideas, coupled with real dedication to their...

Iowa City set to unveil new Herky designs

MEGAN DEPPE

September 5, 2013

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Ten years after 90 Herky statues were unveiled across Iowa City and Coralville, the two communities are now preparing for 75 newly redesigned Herkys to arrive. Dale Arens, the trademark licensing director for the University...

Matt Adam announces bid for Coralville mayor

REBECCA MORIN

September 5, 2013

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After long-term Coralville Mayor Jim Fausett announced he would not seek re-election last week, a second Coralville resident has stepped up to the plate to run for the position. Matt Adam, an area attorney and community leader,...

September proclaimed Recovery Month in Iowa

EMILY FRIESE

September 5, 2013

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Iowans are recognizing the struggles, triumphs, and trials of all who have dealt with substance abuse. On Sept. 19, Gov. Terry Branstad will sign a proclamation declaring September as Recovery Month in the state of Iowa. This...

School Board candidate plans to bring attention back to pure education

LILY ABROMEIT

September 5, 2013

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Calm, cool, and collected is how Coralville resident Chris Lynch hopes to join the Iowa City School Board. Since his move to the United States 14 years ago, the 45-year-old Lynch, a native of Ontario, Canada, has dedicated almost...

Kirschling concerned with overall "health" of the district

SHIANNE GRUSS

September 5, 2013

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Although Brian Kirschling remains closely tied to his alma mater, he said he is devoted to providing an equitable learning experience throughout the entire district if elected to the Iowa City School Board on Sep. 10. “Once...

School Board gives final push before election

GRETA MEYLE

September 5, 2013

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Inching progressively closer to voting day, the nine candidates battling for seats on the Iowa City School Board remain unshaken ahead of next week’s election. With only four days left until the conclusive decision of the...

Johnson County officials discuss FY 2014 budget adjustments

DI STAFF

September 5, 2013

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Additional funds needed to rebuild one local bridge may lead the Johnson County Board of Supervisors to amend its current budget. During a Thursday morning meeting in the Johnson County Administration Building, 913 S. Dubuque...

Northside Marketplace sees new development

DI STAFF

September 5, 2013

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New residential and commercial building set to come to North Side. After months of talk with the North Side Neighborhood, Lepic-Kroeger Relators will bring a new building to the area that will serve as a residential and commercial...

A Coralville woman has been accused of theft from Kohl’s

DI STAFF

September 5, 2013

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A Coralville woman has been accused of stealing $406.99 worth of merchandise from a Coralville department store. Brea Henderson, 20, was accused Wednesday of fourth-degree theft, interference with official acts resulting in bodily...