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New bar opening in fall

REBECCA MORIN

August 6, 2014

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South Gilbert Street has a new player in town. Bardot, 347 S. Gilbert St., will hold a grand opening in September after nearly six months of renovations. Owners Yiannis Assimakopoulos and Jackson Zapata bought Players, w...

UI touts new programs

PAUL OSGERBY

August 6, 2014

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University of Iowa President Sally Mason addressed the state Board of Regents in a telephonic meeting Wednesday about the current university budget, heading into the upcoming state funding changes. Mason highlighted state appropriations...

Courthouse annex over budget

TING XUAN TAN

August 6, 2014

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After introducing a new design for the Johnson County Courthouse annex, officials have seen a price increase. On Wednesday, Neumann Monson Architects and Venture Architects revealed the new design of the courthouse annex after...

Regents seek to shave costs

PAUL OSGERBY

August 6, 2014

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State officials have made their first step to save money through the state Board of Regents’ efficiency study. The regents unanimously passed a motion on Wednesday to begin a new cost-savings measure that could help the...

New regulations chafe some farmers

TING XUAN TAN

August 6, 2014

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Some Iowa livestock farmers feel they are facing setbacks as more regulations are brought up. On Aug. 19, the Iowa Environmental Protection Commission will vote on the rule that will line up the state regulations with the federal...

Conservatives to flock to Ames

QUENTIN MISIAG

August 6, 2014

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Nearly 30 conservative activists from across the United States will converge on central Iowa this weekend, advocating for issues focusing on “family values” at the third-annual Family Leadership Summit. In all, nearly...

Hamburg set to open next week

DI STAFF

August 6, 2014

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Local residents have to only wait a couple of more days to eat at a North Side classic. Hamburg Inn No. 2 will “hopefully be open on Monday,” owner Dave Panther said. Last week, Panther tentatively scheduled the...

Man charged with producing meth

DI STAFF

August 6, 2014

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Authorities have accused a North Liberty man of partaking in producing meth. Clinton Lake, 32, was charged April 1 with possession of lithium and possession of pseudoephedrine. According to North Liberty police complaint, members...

King looks to build off of freshman campaign

JACOB SHEYKO

August 6, 2014

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Desmond King scanned the sidelines at Kinnick Stadium during the Hawkeyes’ 2013 season-opener against Northern Illinois. Defensive back Jordan Lomax had just left the game with a hamstring injury, and somebody needed t...

Cellucci named field hockey interim head coach

DANNY PAYNE

August 6, 2014

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In the wake of Iowa field-hockey head coach Tracey Griesbaum being fired by Athletics Director Gary Barta on Monday, associate head coach Lisa Cellucci has agreed to serve as interim head coach of the program. Barta announced...

Iowa City makes a splash for NCAA Championships

CHARLES GREEN

August 6, 2014

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When the NCAA searches for venues to host the men’s swimming and diving national championships, it considers a variety of factors. Among them are facilities, campus environment, and the potential to increase exposure to the...

Clement brings big-league experience

ERIN ERICKSON

August 6, 2014

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Jeff Clement is a name that should sound familiar to Iowans — 18 years ago, in the summer of 1996, Clement was just a boy from Marshalltown competing in the Little League World Series. It was the beginning of a monumental baseball...