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Archive - 2017

January 6th

2017 pet tags now available

NORTH LIBERTY– It is now time to purchase your pet tags for 2017. Cats and dogs are required to wear tags that may be purchased at city hall for $2. Owners must provide verification of their pet being spayed/neutered to receive this rate. A nonspayed/nonneutered pet requires a fee of $25.
A tag provides identification in the event a pet is lost. The registration of an animal helps the city to ensure that all animals in the city are up to date with vaccines.
Dogs and cats must be kept on their owners’ property or on a leash at all times. Pets found “at large” will be impounded.

Curbside Christmas tree pick-up Jan. 11

NORTH LIBERTY– Christmas trees will be picked up curbside on Wednesday, Jan. 11. Trees must be bare of all decorations or flocking. Do not place trees in plastic bags. Please have trees at the curb by 7 a.m.

Another bond vote for CCA in 2017

New elementary, high school expansion and other improvements to be decided by voters

OXFORD– Voters in the Clear Creek Amana (CCA) Community School District will be asked to approve a nearly $34-million bond issue this fall as the district continues to grapple with increasing enrollment and projected growth.

4-H New Member Night Monday, Jan. 23

IOWA CITY– Ever wonder what 4-H is really about? You don’t have to live on a farm to enjoy 4-H. There is something for everyone, whether it be robotics to sewing, shooting sports to pets. Come join others interested in 4-H on Monday, Jan. 23, from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Johnson County Extension Office to learn and get started with Johnson County 4-H. 

Public invited to Friends of Coralville Lake meeting Jan. 18

CORALVILLE– The Friends of Coralville Lake (FoCL) invite the public to a meeting Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the Coralville Lake Welcome Center (2850 Prairie Du Chien Rd. NE, Iowa City) at 6:30 p.m. to share information with the community and respond to questions.
Incorporated on June 16, FoCL is a volunteer-driven organization that works with the U.S. Corp of Engineers to enhance the recreational and aesthetic value of the Coralville Lake area.

Ely News by Lenna See

Dave, Tina, Mason, and Eliza Kearns, of Shellsburg; Roy, Jennie, Dalton and Paige Rambo, of Vinton; and Shirley and Chris Worley enjoyed supper on Tuesday evening, Dec. 20, at the Red Robin Restaurant in Cedar Rapids. The occasion was to celebrate Mason’s fifth birthday.

Christmas eve supper guests of Don and Gail Nederhiser were Bruce, Donna, Haley, Macy and Logan Griebel; Dennis, Jill, McKayla, McKenzie and Amelia Hartl; and Paul, Tricia, Natalie and Nathan Nederhiser. A gift exchange was held.

Solon News by Lenna See

berty, were Scott, Cheryl, Emily and Chloe Leaverton, of Cedar Rapids, Bud Lingel and Phyllis Fiala.

Ty and Suzie Netolicky entertained with a dinner at their home on Christmas day. Among the guests attending were Brandon and Amanda Netolicky and family, of Des Moines; James and Carly Netolicky; Grant and Wendy Netolicky and family; Stuart Netolicky, of Iowa City; Nicole Netolicky and Jason Hanson and family; Alicia Netolicky and Jesse Larpenter and family; Amber Netolicky and Cale Thornton and family; and Derich Schmelzer and family.

Wrestlers win Midlands

Hawk Talk

The Hawkeyes had three champions, including Thomas Gilman (125 pounds) who won his third-straight Midland title.
Brandon Sorensen (149) scored a takedown and back points to win a 7-1 decision but the most exciting match was redshirt freshman Michael Kemerer at 157.
Michael, who came in ranked second, knocked off the No. 1 seed Tyler Berger of Nebraska in the finals.
The match went into two sudden victory overtimes and both wrestlers were given points in OT that were reversed.
Michael finally pulled it out with a 6-5 win.

Not again…Florida wins, 30-3

Hawk Talk

I can’t believe it… another poor showing in the final game and Iowa suffers its fifth-straight bowl loss.
Too many missed tackles, too many interceptions and too many big plays given up.
I don’t even want to talk about the game, so I’ll look into next year.
Big losses include C.J. Beathard, Desmond King, Jaleel Johnson, LeShun Daniels, Jr., and Ron Coluzzi.
C.J. finished with a career record of 21-7 (.750), the best all-time winning percentage of Iowa quarterbacks with 20 or more starts.
C.J. is one of only five players in program history to throw for more than 40 touchdowns.

Hawks scrape out Big 10 wins

The Hawkeye women’s and men’s basketball teams both played road games last Wednesday and both lost.
Both had home games Saturday and Sunday, with the Hawk women beating Nebraska, 75-72, Saturday. The men hosted Michigan Sunday and also came away with a three-point win in overtime, 86-83.

Hawkeye women

The 70-65 loss at Illinois was a really frustrating game.
Iowa had more rebounds (46-28), more points in the paint (30-20) and the Hawks outshot Illinois from the free throw line 12-14 (85.7%) to 14-19 (73.7%).