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Coralville Police Department - Daily Bulletin - November 30, 2016

About Coralville Police Department Daily Bulletins
The Coralville Police Department publishes a daily bulletin of nearly all reports received as of that morning.  Daily bulletins are published Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.  Each daily bulletin is available on the website for 30 days.

Daily bulletins may not contain specific information regarding crimes that:

  • are sensitive in nature
  • are confidential per State law, or
  • involve juveniles

Innocent Until Proven Guilty
The information contained therein shall comply with State requirements for public information which includes the date, time, general location, and a brief description. Please note that individuals listed in the daily bulletin as arrested and charged with a crime are merely accusations. All defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

For more information, please contact the Coralville Police Department at 319.248.1800.

Click the link below to view the latest daily bulletin from the Coralville Police Department.

Coralville Police Department Daily Bulletin, November 30, 2016


Iowa's Tyler Cook out 3 weeks with broken finger | The Gazette

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Iowa men’s basketball can add bad luck to its early season ups and downs.

The Hawkeyes will be without their starting center and marquee freshman Tyler Cook for approximately three weeks after the St. Louis native fractured his right index finger, requiring surgery Tuesday in Iowa City. Cook injured the finger during practice for the Emerald Coast Classic in Destin, Fla. on Thanksgiving Day, but was able to play in both the Virigina and Memphis games with what they thought was just a jammed finger.

"The guy had 17 and 7 against Memphis with a broken finger. That’s a pretty tough kid,” McCaffery said after Iowa's 92-78 loss to Notre Dame on Tuesday. “It’s like anything else. We’re all sick for him. We want him here, he wants to be here, but it’s an opportunity for somebody else. Cordell (Pemsl) stepped up and made the most of it.”

via www.thegazette.com


Washington Huskies in College Football Playoff at least for now

Buoyed by its convincing win over Washington State in the Apple Cup, Washington reappeared in the top four this week of the College Football Playoff selection committee's rankings.

The Huskies, though, might not want to get too comfortable there. Not yet, anyway.

The Big Ten is still positioned to potentially get two teams into the playoff, which could be bad news for Washington.

via www.espn.com


Hawkeyes' King, Johnson earn Big Ten honors | Iowa Hawkeyes Football | qctimes.com

While Iowa’s Desmond King expected a repeat performance in the secondary, Jaleel Johnson grew into the first-team all-Big Ten defensive lineman he was recognized as Tuesday.

“I’ve done what I can to play my best ball this year,’’ the senior tackle said last week. “I’ve tried to bring my best every day to practice, to every game. That’s been my objective all season, to be the best player I can be. To be recognized would mean a lot to me.’’

The Big Ten honored its top defenders and specialists on Tuesday, announcing all-conference selections in those areas. Offensive players will receive recognition today.

via qctimes.com


At the end, Iowa football really was Iowa football | The Gazette

IOWA CITY — As you continue to fold the Hawkeyes’ 2016 season and prepare to pack it away, there are certain things you stop and dwell on for a minute, just as there are things that you will hang on to long into the winter.

On one end of the spectrum, you have the final drive of the North Dakota State game. The Hawkeyes went into the drive needing to run 3:41 off the clock in order to hang on to a 21-20 victory.

via www.thegazette.com


Coralville Police Department - Daily Bulletin - November 29, 2016

About Coralville Police Department Daily Bulletins
The Coralville Police Department publishes a daily bulletin of nearly all reports received as of that morning.  Daily bulletins are published Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.  Each daily bulletin is available on the website for 30 days.

Daily bulletins may not contain specific information regarding crimes that:

  • are sensitive in nature
  • are confidential per State law, or
  • involve juveniles

Innocent Until Proven Guilty
The information contained therein shall comply with State requirements for public information which includes the date, time, general location, and a brief description. Please note that individuals listed in the daily bulletin as arrested and charged with a crime are merely accusations. All defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

For more information, please contact the Coralville Police Department at 319.248.1800.

Click the link below to view the latest daily bulletin from the Coralville Police Department.

Coralville Police Department Daily Bulletin, November 29, 2016


J Michel Photography added to the Corridor Search business directory

The Coralville Courier is pleased to announce the addition of J Michel Photography to the 'Photographers' and 'Wedding Supplies & Services' categories in the Corridor Search business directory.

J Michel PhotographyExperience Award winning photography in the Iowa City and Coralville area by National Award winning Photographer Janell Ploof-Michel.

J Michel Photography is owned by Janell Ploof-Michel and Mary Bunting. Janell has more than 25 years of photography experience. The Studio has been in business since 1998.

We are a full service photography studio. We are happy to provide photography for special events, graduates, families, children, professionals, pets and more. We photograph in our studio or on location within 50 miles of Iowa City.

J Michel Photography – Through all of the cycles of life!

Award winning photography – come experience the difference yourself!

Studio Location:
100 Oakdale Blvd. Suite 200A
Coralville, IA 52241

319-351-8200

Serving the Iowa City, Coralville, North Liberty and surrounding area

via www.jmichelphoto.com