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Construction firm hired for hydropower project
The Boards of Directors of Missouri River Energy Services (MRES) and Western Minnesota Municipal Power Agency (WMMPA) have approved moving forward with the Red Rock Hydroelectric Project and have chosen Ames Construction, Inc., as the general contractor.
Wind fells old traffic signal
Around 2:40 p.m. Wednesday, a vehicle was struck at the corner of Main and Third in Knoxville, when one of the City's traffic signals came crashing down.
Raceway Rebate passes subcommittee
The proposed $2 million sales tax rebate for Knoxville Raceway (HSB 678) has just been approved by a House Ways and Means Subcommittee.
Update: Van Wyk drops out of House race
Jon Michael Van Wyk reports that he has withdrawn his candidacy for the June 3 House District 28 Republican primary to focus on a run in 2016.
KHCF donates to Grand Theater
The Knoxville Heritage Community Foundation has pledged $15,000 over three years to the Grand Theater Foundation.
Supreme Court denies Cobbins request
The Iowa Supreme Court has denied convicted murderer Terry Cobbins' application for further review.
Football coach Rider charged
The Knoxville Police Department issued a press release indicating that head football coach Troy Rider has been charged with sexual abuse and has turned himself in to the authorities.
- Knoxville snow ordinance in effect after 8 The City of Knoxville's snow ordinance goes into effect at 8 p.m.
Tow ban in place
The Marion County Sheriff's Office has a tow ban in place.
- Limited bus travel for Knoxville Knoxville school buses will travel where possible Tuesday morning, Feb. 18.
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