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The Iowa City Police Department is requesting the community’s assistance in locating a missing juvenile believed to be in the Iowa City area. 15-year-old Chloe Grace Mullen was reported missing from the Des Moines area on March 22, 2017. Mullen... Continue reading
Posted 2 hours ago at Coralville Courier
Wichita State would accept an invitation to move to the American Athletic Conference from the Missouri Valley Conference if the league decides in the coming weeks and or months to extend that offer, university sources told ESPN on Thursday. A source with direct knowledge told ESPN on Thursday that the... Continue reading
Reblogged 5 hours ago at Metro Pursuit
Thursday, April 6, 2017 These onetime preschool programs are meant to add a little spice to your child's spring. During these play dates your child will get the chance to socialize with other kids while crafting, baking, or just playing. Don't miss this chance to add some excitement to your... Continue reading
Reblogged 5 hours ago at Corridor Search
While Republican leaders were busy most of the day Thursday trying to rally House support behind the GOP-proposed American Health Care Act, President Donald Trump met with some of the trucking industry's biggest names, and their dialogue focused on health... Continue reading
Reblogged 5 hours ago at Coralville Courier
Crews will begin work on a project to replace the trail bridge located near the 1st Avenue entrance at Hickory Hill Park next week. The project will remove the current 50-foot, wooden pedestrian bridge that was damaged by creek flooding in 2013. It will be replaced with a new, pre-engineered... Continue reading
Posted 5 hours ago at Corridor Search
An employee with the Iowa City Police Department will be celebrated at the end of March for completing 50 years of service. Dave Harris has held several positions within the department for more than five decades. He started as a... Continue reading
Posted 5 hours ago at Coralville Courier
As one would expect from a defending World Series champion, the Chicago Cubs arrived in spring training with few questions to answer. With no major injuries suffered, not a whole lot has changed since then. Out of 25 total roster... Continue reading
Reblogged 8 hours ago at Coralville Courier
Four Iowa sheriffs are among the city and law enforcement officials around the U.S. questioning the accuracy of a Department of Homeland Security report that lists jurisdictions refusing to cooperate with federal requests to detain undocumented immigrants. The report was... Continue reading
Reblogged 8 hours ago at Coralville Courier
DES MOINES — Iowa senators approved GOP-backed election law changes Thursday that proponents say will improve election integrity but that critics insist will suppress turnout and raise costs to county taxpayers. Majority Republicans made several changes to a House-passed bill... Continue reading
Reblogged 8 hours ago at Coralville Courier
Kansas is unstoppable. Unbeatable. Dominant. Frank Mason is the best, and most important, player left in the NCAA tournament. Josh Jackson is a stellar freshman force who will be a top-three pick in the NBA draft, right after he’s done helping his team cruise to a national title. Bill Self... Continue reading
Reblogged 8 hours ago at Metro Pursuit
The NFL's leader in free agent signings made another interesting addition Thursday. Mark Sanchez agreed to a deal with the Chicago Bears, according to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport. The 30-year-old completed 10-of-18 passes for 93 yards and two interceptions... Continue reading
Reblogged 8 hours ago at Coralville Courier
A “nuclear” confrontation is brewing in the Senate over the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court — with Democrats threatening a historic filibuster, and Republicans pledging a historic rules change in return. Republican leaders have warned that they would resort to a “nuclear option” to avert an... Continue reading
Reblogged 8 hours ago at Metro Pursuit
A “nuclear” confrontation is brewing in the Senate over the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court — with Democrats threatening a historic filibuster, and Republicans pledging a historic rules change in return. Republican leaders have warned that... Continue reading
Reblogged 8 hours ago at Coralville Courier
Reviving a big oil project which environmentalists had hoped was dead and buried, the Trump administration plans to announce Friday that it has issued a permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. The project, which would ship 800,000 barrels of oil a day from Canada's tar sands to Gulf Coast refineries,... Continue reading
Reblogged 8 hours ago at Metro Pursuit
Reviving a big oil project which environmentalists had hoped was dead and buried, the Trump administration plans to announce Friday that it has issued a permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. The project, which would ship 800,000 barrels of oil... Continue reading
Reblogged 8 hours ago at Coralville Courier
Recriminations have begun flying among Republicans even before the House votes Friday on a plan that aims to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. President Trump and House Republican leadership are adamant that the bill must pass. But that... Continue reading
Reblogged 8 hours ago at Coralville Courier
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By Mike Thayer I love mushrooms, all edible varieties, White Button, Chanterelle, Crimini, Shiitake, Portabello, Oyster and my favorite.... The coveted Morel. Mushrooms are an excellent add to the Carb-Check Diet because they are so versatile and the carb count is almost negligible. One cup of mushrooms (pieces/sliced) has anywhere... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Metro Pursuit
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By Mike Thayer I love mushrooms, all edible varieties, White Button, Chanterelle, Crimini, Shiitake, Portabello, Oyster and my favorite.... The coveted Morel. Mushrooms are an excellent add to the Carb-Check Diet because they are so versatile and the carb count... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Coralville Courier
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By Mike Thayer I love mushrooms, all edible varieties, White Button, Chanterelle, Crimini, Shiitake, Portabello, Oyster and my favorite.... The coveted Morel. Mushrooms are an excellent add to the Carb-Check Diet because they are so versatile and the carb count is almost negligible. One cup of mushrooms (pieces/sliced) has anywhere... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Carb Check Diet
Planting vegetable seeds or transplants at the correct time is important to getting the most out of your garden. Knowing your first and last frost dates will help you start your vegetable seeds at the right time. Kansas is in USDA plant hardiness zones 5-7. via www.ufseeds.com Continue reading
Reblogged yesterday at Metro Pursuit
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Join the event. Weekly drawings leading up to event! https://www.facebook.com/events/1830567693873368/ Save Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Coralville Courier
April • The first week or so of the month, plant directly in the ground easy, fast-growing annuals that like cool weather, including bachelor's buttons, larkspur, and California poppy. • Plant bareroot trees, shrubs, and roses. • Plant container-grown trees,... Continue reading
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Affordable Cleaning Services - now hiring in Iowa City and Des Moines! Submit your application today at www.StayCleanMyFriends.com Save Save Save Save Save Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Coralville Courier
Interested in starting a vegetable or flower garden this spring, but don’t want to invest in large quantities of seeds? Do you have extra seeds that you'd like to share with other gardeners? Come to the Iowa City Public Library... Continue reading
Reblogged yesterday at Coralville Courier
Interested in starting a vegetable or flower garden this spring, but don’t want to invest in large quantities of seeds? Do you have extra seeds that you'd like to share with other gardeners? Come to the Iowa City Public Library from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday, April 2, for a... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Corridor Search