Like a lot of coaches around the state, Dan Sabers was a little short on sleep on Saturday.
A long road trip led to a late night that was followed quickly by an early morning for the veteran City High coach. 869 more words
It was always rainy and always wet Friday, and sometimes it was even sloppy.
In the end, none of that mattered to City High.
Jason Jones snagged a first-quarter touchdown pass and sealed the win with an interception in the final minutes as City High held off West High 14-12 in the annual Battle for the Boot on a soaked night at Frank Bates Field. 1,004 more words
For a slightly different version, see Jim Throgmorton. 2010. “Seeking justice in redistricting scenarios.” Iowa City Press-Citizen (March 10): 11A.
We in the Iowa City area have been debating the merits of the School District’s various scenarios for redistricting our schools. 661 more words
For a slightly different version, see Jim Throgmorton, J. A. 2009. “Our southeast side stories.” Iowa City Press-Citizen (September 9): 11A.
It’s a familiar story, one that’s been circulating around town for at least 15 years: “the southeast side” is troubled and—sshh, be careful who you say this to—it’s because of “those people from Chicago.” 772 more words
For a slightly different version, see Jim Throgmorton, J.A. 2009. “It’s how the light gets in.” Iowa City Press-Citizen (March 10): 9A.
A couple of weeks ago the Iowa City Community School District’s Board conducted a public hearing on its Strategic Facilities Improvement Plan (SFIP). 775 more words