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January 2017

Recap: Iowa Basketball Gets First Road Win Of Season | FOX Sports

Iowa basketball beat Rutgers 83-63 to earn their first road win of the season.

Not many people would have thought Iowa basketball‘s second game without Peter Jok would be better than their first, even if their opponent was Rutgers. Away games have not been Iowa’s friend this season and their play has been inconsistent in Big Ten action.

via www.foxsports.com


Abbie's Animal Clinic

Abbie's Animal ClinicCommon Procedure Prices

Prices for common procedures including physical exams, declaw, spay, neuter and rabies vaccination.

Companion Laser Therapy

Laser therapy reduces surgical pain by 90 % without invading the body and increases healing.

Checkups

Annual Physicals are very important to detect early medical issues with your pet. Puppy and Kitten packages include a complete physical, dewormer and vaccinations $65.00

Address

6000 7th Street SW
(1 block off 60th Ave SW & 6th St SW)
Cedar Rapids, IA 52404
Get Directions (located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa)
 
Phone

319-365-1441

☼ Emergency calls are taken after hours, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, through an answering service.

Hours

8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Monday thru Friday

 

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Coralville Police Department - Daily Bulletin - January 31, 2017

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, January 31, 2017


Global Heating & A/C

CarrierGlobal Heating & A/C offers heating, air conditioning, and plumbing services to the Cedar Rapids area. We also have quality equipment at affordable prices.

About Global Heating & A/C:

  • Heating
  • Air conditioning
  • Plumbing
  • Service most makes
  • Service and installation
  • Quality equipment at affordable prices
  • Commercial, residential, mobile homes

Licensed and insured

Global Heating & A/C

PH: 319-538-7536

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Galassi Pasta Sauce

Galassi Foods"Making The Taste Of Homemade A Reality For Busy Families"

Galassi Foods is a family owned and operated business based in the heartland state of Iowa. We manufacture and wholesale fresh, high quality, all natural gourmet Italian foods. These products are all based on our family recipes with amazing, unique, homemade flavors.

We offer our families recipes and products for your families, our motto is "Making The Taste Of Homemade A Reality For Busy Families". Galassi Foods does not put out a product that we would not be proud to serve for our family dinners. We want to help bring you amazing meals without the cost of going out. 

About Us

Galassi Pasta SauceAfter years of having what we call "Soul Food Sunday" where we spend days planning and hours cooking for family, friends and neighbors, Galassi Foods was started in 2009 by our family.
 
People that would enjoy our cooking continued to comment on how we needed to bottle the recipes and sell them for everybody to enjoy. And that is how it all started, from our kitchen to yours! From our family to yours! 
 
We took the favorite recipes and started to sell them. We started at local farmers markets and after a great response we started selling in grocery stores. Galassi Foods still does countless farmers markets and demos in grocery stores with all of our products. We take pride in listening to all of our customers and have grown with the needs and requests. 
 
We now offer a full line of pasta sauces which includes four varieties. It is so much fun, listening to our customers, friends and family and creating new products for everyone to enjoy. And nothing beats the response that we hear from everyone when they taste our great products. It makes all the work worth while! 
 
Look for us in your local grocery store and if we are not there, then print the request form and ask for these amazing products.
 
 
Galassi Foods
2042 Glen Oaks Drive
Coralville, IA 52241
319-339-7409

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Five things worth knowing in trucking today

Here are five things worth knowing today:

1. Infrastructure plan: Truckers vow to fight new interstate tolls

How will President Donald Trump finance his promise to invest into a 10-year program of upgrading the nation’s highways, bridges, railways, ports and other public facilities? According to a Bloomberg Politics report, infrastructure advocates say tolling must be part of Trump’s proposal, though Trump hasn’t said how he’d fund the plan. “Even before Trump details his plan, an alliance that includes McDonald’s, UPS and all 50 trucking associations is ready to fight any attempt to expand the use of levies or relax a 1958 restriction on tolling existing interstates,” the report states. Bloomberg has more.

via fleetowner.com


Iowa City Police arrest man for hate crime

Iowa City Police officers arrested a man for an alleged hate crime. 

On Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017, officers were dispatched to Old Capitol Mall, 201  S. Clinton St., for a report of a subject threatening others. It was reported to officers that 50-year-old Roy Lane Hudson made comments that were sexual in nature toward the victim. 

When those comments were rebuffed by the victim, stating it was against her religion, Hudson reportedly began to threaten her with physical violence and death, with further comments directed toward her religion and nationality. 

Officers spoke with Hudson and took him into custody. He was then transported to the Johnson County Jail. 

Hudson was charged with First Degree Harassment (aggravated misdemeanor) and Assault –violation of individual rights (Hate Crime – serious misdemeanor).  In addition, Hudson was taken into custody on an outstanding arrest warrant from the Des Moines Police Department for obstructing a court order.

Officers believe this was an isolated incident. There does not appear to be any further threat to the Iowa City area or residents.

As with any criminal case, a charge is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.


Editorial: Trump’s Course and Trucking

President Trump is charting a new course for the nation. We don’t know where it will ultimately lead us, but during his short tenure the business community has been served notice that things are changing.

At the White House last week, Trump met with auto executives and labor leaders, who offered optimism about working with the new administration, particularly as it relates to Trump’s promise to bring manufacturing jobs back to the United States from other countries.

via www.ttnews.com


Wal-Mart scraps Amazon Prime rival in favor of new free shipping offer

Wal-Mart is scrapping its ShippingPass program, a fee-based, two-day shipping service it was testing to compete with Amazon's Prime.

Instead, the world's largest retailer will offer free two-day shipping on more than 2 million items when shoppers spend at least $35. That's down from its previous spending threshold of $50, and its prior delivery window of three to five days.

The shift is one of the first major changes Marc Lore has made at Wal-Mart since the retailer purchased his start-up, Jet.com, last year.

via www.cnbc.com