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Jans Lawn Care and Landscaping

Jans Lawn CareJans Lawn Care & Landscaping is owned and operated by Wyatt Jans. We are a family owned and operated company providing full service residential and commercial lawn care.  We are based out of North Liberty, IA and currently serve Iowa City, Coralville, North Liberty, and Tiffin.  Please contact us to find out what Jans Lawn Care can do for you.

Services

  • Landscaping
  • Lawn Care
  • Retail Store - fertilizers, grass seeds, flower and garden seeds, tools and more!
  • Trees and Shrub Care
  • Winter Services - Residential and business plowing, walk shoveling and de-icing.

Many More Services Available.

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Jans Lawn Care & Landscaping

315 W. Cherry St
PO Box 214
North Liberty, IA 52317
(319) 665-2191
(319) 665-2260


Earl Properties

Acie EarlMost of you might know about Acie Earl, the ex Hawkeye and ex NBA player.  Nowadays Acie is a licensed Realtor at Sellers and Seekers Real Estate Company.  Acie manages condos and townhouses in North Liberty, Iowa city and Coralville.

Modern accommodations 

Mr.Earl's properties are very upscale with modern decor. They have been recently built and/or remodeled. 

Personalized Service

North Liberty CondoThe Iowa City area is an excellent place to live and I would love to share with you my enthusiasm for the many neighborhoods that encompass it.  I take great pride in providing unparalleled service and look forward to developing a long-term relationship with you!  Please contact me so we can discuss how I can best assist you with a specialized personal plan to fit your real estate needs.

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via www.earlproperties.com


What to do on NFL Championship Football Sunday

Mike Thayer 2016 (2)By Mike Thayer

Tomorrow, Sunday, is one of my favorite football days of the year, the conference championships.

If you're attending a football party, sticking to your diet becomes a challenge.  There will be pizza, wings, chips, dips, nachos, soda and alcohol.

Don't fight it. 

Hopefully you've behaved on your diet this week and you've kind of planned to have a sin day, which is allowed on the Carb-Check Diet.   I'm a firm believer in the need to indulge once in awhile, to stay sane.  The key is getting right back on the diet horse on Monday after thoroughly enjoying yourself on football Sunday.  So have some pizza, have a couple beers, enjoy yourself, just don't overdo it.

And just for kicks, here's my prediction for the Super Bowl:  Pittsburgh vs. Green Bay

For Carb-Check Diet tips, diet planning and recipe ideas, go to www.carbcheckdiet.com

 


Showdown nears on Planned Parenthood funding in Iowa Legislature

The first step in a major initiative to block government funding to Planned Parenthood is set for Tuesday when an Iowa Senate subcommittee considers a bill establishing a new state family planning services program.

The lines are clearly drawn on both sides.

Majority Republicans and anti-abortion activists are fully behind Senate File 2, which would cut off family planning dollars to Planned Parenthood and any other abortion provider. Minority Democrats and supporters of reproductive rights who oppose the bill are solidly backing Planned Parenthood of the Heartland, which served 26,000 patients at 12 Iowa centers last year.

via www.desmoinesregister.com


New England Patriots vs Pittsburgh Steelers: 5 Matchups to Watch | FOX Sports

The New England Patriots face-off against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Gillette Stadium on Sunday night in the AFC Championship game.

 

The New England Patriots are playing in their sixth consecutive AFC Championship game while the Steelers are coming off an impressive upset over the favored Kansas City Chiefs in Arrowhead Stadium.

A game this big is all about matchups. With little need for any preamble, let’s get right to the individuals who can swing the the game and determine who goes on to Super Bowl 51.

via www.foxsports.com


Matt Ryan's legacy on the line in epic duel with Aaron Rodgers - NFL.com

When Dan Quinn became the Atlanta Falcons' coach two years ago, he challenged Matt Ryan to get to know all the new faces on the team -- coaches and players -- on a personal level. The goal was for Ryan to learn what motivated each person. So the quarterback made a point of having breakfast with a different person every day. He arranged dinners with assistant coaches and their wives. Last offseason, he organized players-only workouts in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

The most critical relationship, of course, was to be between Ryan and offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, who arrived with Quinn and who is likely to leave after the Falcons' season ends to become the new head coach of the San Francisco 49ers. The fruition of the relationship first nurtured in those early shared meals -- and tested when Ryan and the Falcons struggled after a hot start last season -- is on display now, with the league's top scoring offense headed into the NFC Championship Game against the Green Bay Packers, Shanahan on his way to a top job and Ryan on the cusp of finally joining the exalted company of the other three quarterbacks in the conference title bouts.

via www.nfl.com


Trump begins with action on Obamacare, regulation freeze and confirmations

WASHINGTON — President Trump spent the evening of his first day in office ordering all federal departments and agencies to find ways to ease the economic burden of President Obama's health care plan as Congress works to repeal and replace it.

Vice President Pence swore in Defense Secretary James Mattis and Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, and Chief of Staff Reince Priebus ordered government agencies to freeze any regulations that haven't already been published.

"Thank you, it's a great day," Trump said after the signings in the Oval Office, before leaving for a set of inaugural balls.

via www.usatoday.com


Inauguration protests: Police injured, more than 200 arrested - CNNPolitics.com

Washington (CNN)Six police officers were injured and 217 protesters arrested Friday after a morning of peaceful protests and coordinated disruptions of Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony gave way to ugly street clashes in downtown Washington.

At least two DC police officers and one other person were taken to the hospital after run-ins with protesters, DC Fire Spokesman Vito Maggiolo told CNN. Acting DC Police Chief Peter Newsham said the officers' injuries were considered minor and not life threatening.
 
Bursts of chaos erupted on 12th and K streets as black-clad "antifascist" protesters smashed storefronts and bus stops, hammered out the windows of a limousine and eventually launched rocks at a phalanx of police lined up in an eastbound crosswalk. Officers responded by launching smoke and flash-bang devices, which could be heard from blocks away, into the street to disperse the crowds.

via www.cnn.com


Pedestrian detour use extended on Dubuque Street

Pedestrian trafficThe existing pedestrian detour on Dubuque Street south of the Park Road Bridge will continue through the end of February, and possibly into early March.

Pedestrians are currently being rerouted off of Dubuque Street for work on the Iowa City Gateway Project. People will instead need to use the Park Road Bridge and connect with the Hancher Pedestrian Bridge. This detour is especially of note for University of Iowa students living in Mayflower Residence Hall and north of the Park Road Bridge.

Crews are continuing to excavate the southbound lanes of Dubuque Street to install deep sanitary sewer. The work is progressing slower than expected because of rock and an aging gas main. Water main will be installed as soon as the sewer has been placed.  Pedestrians will need to continue to reroute to make room for equipment and work.

The detour is currently expected to remain through February, but could be longer given the extent of the work. The City will provide updates as construction progresses.

The Iowa City Gateway Project is a flood mitigation project that will elevate Dubuque Street while raising and replacing the Park Road Bridge. To receive project updates sign-up for City of Iowa City e-subscriptions and follow the City of Iowa City on Facebook and Twitter using #ICgateway. 

To learn more visit icgov.org/gatewayproject.