Cold, but not a record
While the final values may change tomorrow morning, Knoxville's low for today was -14 degrees.
KEF chili cook-off is Jan. 10
One of the Knoxville Education Foundation's biggest fund raisers, its annual chili cook-off, is set for Friday, Jan. 10, at 5:30 p.m., at Knoxville High School.
Knoxville's Kuenstling earns scholarship
Knoxville's Jenny Kuenstling was awarded a scholarship from the Iowa County Engineers Association at a recent conference.
Wreaths placed at Graceland Cemetery
Volunteers braved a cold and blustery Saturday morning to lay wreaths in honor of Americans veterans at Graceland Cemetery.
Community responds to need
Since our last report, all 250 children, whose names were left with the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce in need of a Christmas gift, will have a present Christmas morning.
Donations being collected for Pleasantville fire victims
A Pleasantville family lost their home to a trailer fire last night, and the school district is collecting donations to help the victims.
Nominations sought for Chamber Impact Awards
Nomination forms are available for the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce's annual IMPACT Awards.
KHC Receives Excellence in Patient Care Award for Doctor Communication
Knoxville Hospital & Clinics has received an Excellence in Patient Care award from Studer Group for their exemplary “doctor communication” ratings on the HCAHPS patient survey.
Galeazzi on quest to make Knoxville a Compassionate City
In the past two weeks, Chuck Galeazzi with Helping Hands has visited the Knoxville School Board and Knoxville City Council in the hopes of gaining support to make the town the most compassionate city in America.
Knoxville to be featured on RAGBRAI® program
Knoxville will share the spotlight on a national television show with several other cities that hosted RAGBRAI this summer.
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