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Old cottage's preservation future in danger

Three old cottages in Iowa City could be demolished if the city council does not set a public hearing related to its historic preservation.


Christmas tree sales remain strong

Local farmers report strong sales and a good planting season although the recent flood and drought will put a damper on future sales.


Council backs TIF plan

The Iowa City City Council votes 7-0 to give public financing for a new development in Iowa City.


Iowans struggle to pay heating bills

In the coldest November on record, many Iowans can't make due on their energy bills.


IC Red Week promotes AIDS awareness

Student organizations aim to educate and spread awareness on HIV/AIDS to Iowa City residents.


Increased enrollment will lead to more temporary lecturers

As a temporary solution, some colleges will hire additional lecturers.


The GPSG has created a Student Safety Chair

The GPSG Student Safety Chair will be involved with the It's On Us campaign to help fight against sexual assault.


Faculty Senate addresses performance- based funding

The president of the Board of Regents joined a Faculty Senate meeting Tuesday to answer questions on funding.


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