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Metro Pursuit Iowa City

Whether you're a lifelong resident of the Corridor area, a University of Iowa student, or just visiting the area, you've come to the right place if you're looking for information about lodging, dining, activities, finding a good mechanic, a lawyer and otherwise in the Metro area! Looking for a refreshing dinner experience? Find a restaurant that intrigues you in Metro Pursuit. Have some relatives coming into town and need some entertaining ideas? Find some in Metro Pursuit. Need to move? Find a house or apartment to your liking in Metro Pursuit. Serving the entire Corridor and the metro areas of Iowa City, Coralville, North Liberty, Tiffin, Riverside, Cedar Rapids, Hiawatha, Marion and surrounding communities!

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Active Endeavors - Iowa City

Active EndeavorsWe started Active Endeavors in 1986 to bring the mountain influence to Iowa. Since then we have been proud to be Iowa's premier outdoor store. We carry only the best equipment and apparel from manufactures we trust. More importantly, we have enlisted an outstanding, friendly, and qualified staff. We truly believe that our people make a big difference.

Come by and see why!

Mark & Eadie Weaver

138 South Clinton Street
Iowa City, IA — 52240
319 337-9444

via www.shopactiveendeavors.com


Cedar Rapids Billiards - Cedar Rapids

Cedar Rapids BilliardsNew and used billiards / pool tables, game room furniture and lighting, reconditioning, moves, cue and pocket repairs.  Residential, modern, antique, commercial and custom work.  A complete line of billiard and game room supplies.  Family owned and operated by Don and Judy since 1988.

221 Edgewood Rd. N.W.
Cedar Rapids, IA 52405
Phone: (319)396-8811

via cedarrapidsbilliards.net


Fin & Feather - Iowa City

Fin and featherWith ambition and a love of the outdoors, newlyweds Roger and Linda Mildenstein established their family business (named through a customer contest) in 1967. With four employees and a small store at 943 South Riverside Drive, they saw the business as a good opportunity for their family and they decided to give it a shot. Linda learned bookkeeping while Roger used his background in customer service from his time working at John’s Grocery to fuel their success. Early on, Roger realized that his primary goal was simply to take good care of his customers. That sentiment is what has carried Fin & Feather to where it is today.

Fin & Feather relocated to a larger space in 1998, allowing for a wider selection of products as well as an archery range in the hunting department and better parking options. While the store started with a few fishing and hunting supplies, the growth of the outdoor industry allowed for many more specialized products. Camping gear and fishing poles are now lighter and clothing is more technical, specialized and stylish. We travel several times a year to trade shows to learn about the latest, greatest developments in each department in order to bring you the products we’re excited about.

125 Hwy 1 W., Iowa City

PH: 319-354-2200

via finfeather.com


Finish Line - Coralville

Finish LineWhether you call them shoes, sneakers, runners, trainers, or kicks, we have you covered with the latest footwear to fit your style. Check out new arrivals from premium brands like Nike, adidas, Under Armour, Puma, Timberland and more. Whether you’re looking for basketball shoes for the court, running shoes for your next race, boots for any weather, some clean white sneakers or classic retro styles, we have everything you need.

And Finish Line has more than top trending shoes - we also carry the freshest athletic apparel and accessories, like on-trend hoodies, joggers, backpacks, sunglasses, and anything else you need to give that perfect gift or finish off your look.

1451 Coral Ridge Ave., Ste 514,  Coralville

PH: 319-625-2277

via www.finishline.com


Geoffs Bike and Ski - Iowa City

Geoff's bike and skiWe are your locally owned and operated cycling and snowsports specialists. As a full service bicycle, ski, and snowboard shop we strive to offer you exceptional service from our knowledgeable staff of recreational enthusiasts. From the most casual rider, to the weekend hobbyist, to the ragbrai aficionado, to the uber fit racer, and everyone in between we will help you get the right gear for the job. Stop on by and talk to one of our friendly staff, who will do their best to get you set up right.

Shop Hours:

  • Monday :: 10 am – 8 pm
  • Tuesday :: 10 am – 6 pm
  • Wednesday :: 10 am – 6 pm
  • Thursday :: 10 am – 8 pm
  • Friday :: 10 am – 6 pm
  • Saturday :: 10 am – 5 pm
  • Sunday :: noon – 5 pm

Location: 816 S Gilbert St., Iowa City, IA 52240

Feel free to give us a call at 319.338.7202 or stop on by and visit us!

via www.geoffsbikeandski.com


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Today's weather forecast and a four day outlook.  Check this page for the latest weather reports in the corridor area.  Up-to-date weather conditions for the Iowa City area are observed at the Iowa City, Iowa City Municipal Airport, IA.  For weather conditions specific to other cities outside the corridor area, just type in your zip code below.


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2017-2018 Urban Deer Management Program Results

CEDAR RAPIDS, IA – The 2017-2018 Urban Deer Management program season concluded on January 10, 2018.  78 hunters qualified for the urban bow hunt with 25 of the hunters successfully harvesting at least one deer.

Program Manager for the Urban Deer Hunt is Fire Department Battalion Chief Jason Andrews.  According to Chief Andrews, there were a total of 111 deer harvested in the 2017-2018 season, which was conducted between September 16, 2017 and January 10, 2018.  The number of deer harvested decreased by 35 deer compared to the previous urban bow hunt season.

Deer harvested in 2017-2018:

·         101 does

·         3 button bucks

·         7 antlered bucks

17 of the deer were donated to help feed the hungry in Cedar Rapids and Linn County, while 94 deer were kept for personal consumption.  Hunters had the choice to either donate their deer to the HUSH (Help Us Stop Hunger) program, which is a collaborative effort among Iowa deer hunters, Iowa’s food banks, and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, or to a local program to feed the hungry at Mission of Hope.  The Mission of Hope donation program is a cooperative effort between the Newhall Locker, HUSH, Cedar Rapids Fire Department, and local ENT Physician Dr. Kevin Carpenter.  The two main goals of donation include reducing the deer population and providing high-quality red meat to the needy in Iowa.

One hunter successfully harvested 10 deer.  Nine hunters harvested 5 or more does and will be eligible for the 2018-2019 bow hunt season incentive buck tag. 

Since the inception of the bow hunt in Cedar Rapids in 2004, there has been nearly a 57 percent reduction in the number of deer killed on area roadways.

There were no injuries or hunting violations recorded during the 2017-2018 season.