Stevensons serve on Iowa Farm Bureau Young Farmers Advisory Committee
Two terms as president of the Knoxville FFA were just the beginning of Chasen Stevenson's agricultural leadership. Today, he and his wife, Justine, serve on the Iowa Farm Bureau Young Farmers Advisory Committee.
Knoxville Hospital & Clinics and Emergency Management Initiate New EMT Training Program
Knoxville Hospital & Clinics is initiating the Knoxville Hospital & Clinics Emergency Response Training Initiative (ERTI), in collaboration with the Marion County Emergency Management Office, the Marion County Emergency Response Association, and Mercy College of Health Sciences.
Branstad delivers Condition of the State address
Gov. Terry E. Branstad today delivers his 2014 Condition of the State Address, “Iowa is Working,” with a focused legislative agenda: A veterans jobs plan, Home Base Iowa; connecting Iowans through increased broadband access; reducing student debt by freezing tuition at Regent universities; protecting Iowa’s children through anti-bullying legislation; and increased access to apprenticeships and job training for Iowa students and workers.
"12 Years a Slave" dominates Iowa Film Critics Awards
The story of a free man sold into slavery has dominated the 2013 Iowa Film Critics Association awards.
Knoxville Coaches vs. Cancer 2014 taking shape
Knoxville’s Coaches vs. Cancer event is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 25, at the high school.
State Fair abandons "cashless" idea
The Iowa State Fair Board has abandoned its plan for a "cashless" payment system for food and beverages at the fair.
Knoxville's Freedom Rock expected to come soon
By the end of this year (2014), Knoxville is expected to have a new Freedom Rock, painted by Bubba Sorensen.
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.
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