Evan Mitchell of Melcher-Dallas will perform as Jupiter in the Luther College Music Department production of “Orpheus in the Underworld,” a parody of the classic Greek myth of music, love and loss. Performances will take place at 7:30 p.m. May 3-4. Both performances will be held in the Main Hall in the Center for Faith and Life on the Luther campus. Mitchell, the son of Steve and Angie Mitchell of Melcher-Dallas, is majoring in music at Luther. He is a 2012 graduate of Melcher-Dallas High School.
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A lot of talk, no action on DHS move
No action was taken at Tuesday's regular Marion County Board of Supervisors' meeting in regard to the possibility of providing space for the Iowa Department of Human Services at the East Annex on Sixth Street in Knoxville.
Loebsack disagrees with recess
Representatives in the House are expected to return to their districts on Friday, three days after returning to Washington, D.C., on Tuesday. This decision does not sit well with Rep. Dave Loebsack.
KHS Dance Team does well at State
The Knoxville High School Dance Team participated in the state team championships over the weekend and brought home three trophies.
Over 70 snow ordinance tickets written
The Knoxville Police Department wrote over 70 tickets related to the snow ordinance in the past 24 hours.
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.
Red Ribbon Bakery receives check
Representatives from the Iowa Innovation Gateway were in Knoxville Monday to present Lisa Marshall with a check for $5,000.
Wreaths to be placed at Graceland Cemetery
The Oskaloosa/Mary Marion Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution will conduct a Wreaths Across America ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 14, at 11 a.m., at Graceland Cemetery.
City of Knoxville recycling greeting cards
The City of Knoxville invites you to recycle your used greeting cards by dropping them off at City Hall.
RAGBRAI® executive committee breaks even
A final report on RAGBRAI®'s visit to Knoxville is being prepared, but it is already known that the executive committee "broke even" on the event.
Loebsack in Knoxville Monday
Rep. Dave Loebsack is expected to be in Knoxville on Monday.
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