The Daily Iowan

Local cyclists see crash course

BENJAMIN TOWAR

February 11, 2015

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Johnson County remained in the same gear last year in terms of bike collisions. Recent data from the Iowa Department of Transportation Traffic and Safety Office revealed that Johnson County ranked second for the most bicycl...

Bank slides into Brown Bottle space

BILL COONEY

February 11, 2015

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MidWestOne Bank will soon occupy the former home of the downtown Brown Bottle. “We’re going to be moving the teller lines into that building due to construction in our main lobby that will start soon,” said ...

Taxi companies debate new ordinances

THOMAS JARDINE

February 11, 2015

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The Iowa City City Council held an open forum Wednesday for taxi companies regarding the newly imposed regulations on vehicles and drivers. Companies generally offered little resistance to the ordinances, calling them “long...

New Public Health program sees zero enrollment

CARLY MATTHEW

February 11, 2015

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The College of Public Health opened up its undergraduate to graduate degree program to students for the first time this spring semester. So far, no students are officially enrolled. “We are yet to have a student in it,”...

UI College Republicans elect new Executive Board

GRACE PATERAS

February 11, 2015

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Yearly elections for the University of Iowa College Republicans occurred on Tuesday night. The students selected a new Executive Board for the upcoming year. Because 2015 is an off-election year, members plan to focus more specifically...

Iowa basketball looks to move on

JACOB SHEYKO

February 11, 2015

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Adam Woodbury hopes it “doesn’t happen again.” So much so that when he met with the media Wednesday afternoon, he said so โ€” or some iteration of the phrase โ€” seven times in just over a minute. He hopes...

Notebook: Wrestling focused solely on Michigan

CODY GOODWIN

February 11, 2015

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The last time the Iowa wrestling team had just one eye on its next mission, head coach Tom Brands wasn’t terribly happy with the results. Last weekend, after the Hawkeyes beat Maryland 33-3, Brands said his team’s...

Jack Boyle: The Workhorse

CHARLIE GREEN

February 11, 2015

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Over the course of the week, DI staffer Charlie Green will provide an in-depth look at five core individuals on the Iowa men’s gymnastics team who typically combine for more than 50 percent of the team’s point...

Disterhoft ready for Nebraska

KYLE MANN

February 11, 2015

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Lisa Bluder knew entering the 2014 season that she had a plethora of returning talent and that the offense alone would make her Hawkeye squad a force to be reckoned with. In seniors Sam Logic, Melissa Dixon, and Bethany Doolittle,...

Iowa baseball notebook: Hawkeyes ready to go

RYAN RODRIGUEZ

February 11, 2015

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Iowa head baseball coach Rick Heller and members of his team met with the media Wednesday to discuss their upcoming season opener against Kansas State on Thursday in the Snowbird Classic. The Black and Gold are coming off a bounce-back...

Softball Notebook: Gyerman settling into leadoff role

JORDAN HANSEN

February 11, 2015

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Sammi Gyerman is getting comfortable at the top of the order. That’s something that should scare the rest of the Big Ten. The redshirt sophomore is batting .357 through the first five games with five hits. She is tied for...

There’s more to swimming than just swimming

ROD ENGBLOM

February 11, 2015

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For the Iowa women’s swimming team, the Big Ten Championships marks the point in the season in which a swimmer reaches her peak physical condition during the year. Achieving this peak physical condition is done by a combination...