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New office making progress
Progress continues on the new City Manager's office inside Knoxville City Hall.
Brick crew will be here "until the work is done"
The bricks for the downtown streetscape and infrastructure project remained a concern during Tuesday morning's streetscape meeting. Following a walk-through, during which every aspect of the masonry done thus far was reviewed and critiqued, the City of Knoxville was promised that workers will continue working on the project until the work is done.
Brown concert Friday night
Jason Brown is scheduled to perform Friday night, July 18, at the Knoxville Performing Arts Center. The event is a fundraiser for the Knoxville High School Music Department.
SCISWA donates to Miracle Playground
The South Central Iowa Solid Waste Agency recently donated $1,400 to the Kiwanis Miracle Playground.
Hackett earns second NAM in two months
Petty Officer Second Class Aviation Structural Mechanic Aaron Hackett received two NAM in 2 months.
Administrators settling in
Pleasantville Schools' new administrators, Superintendent Dr. Tony Aylsworth and Elementary Principal Tom Roff, were in their offices Friday morning preparing for the school year.
Sorensen expected to start painting July 16
AMVETS Post 63 Communications Officer Don Zoutte says that artist Bubba Sorensen is expected to begin painting Knoxville's Freedom Rock on July 16.
Skate Park equipment to be replaced
The City of Knoxville has removed one of the less popular ramps at the Knoxville Skate Park.
Puyear receives suspended sentence
Bryce William Puyear was sentenced in Marion County District Court on July 11 to ten years in prison on one count of third-degree sexual abuse. The prison sentence was suspended, and he will be on probation for five years.
Simmons sent to prison
Kirk Simmons was sentenced to five years in prison on the charge of possession of methamphetamine-third or subsequent offense.
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