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- City, County support hospital project The Knoxville City Council and Marion County Board of Supervisors each took action this week to move forward with their support of the Knoxville Hospital and Clinics' renovation project. As reported, KHC intends to invest $15 million to update and mo
- Knoxville Raceway expecting a good season Knoxville Raceway General Manager Brian Stickel said one can expect many highlights this racing season. Among them is the 410 class. The number, and quality, of drivers expected to race in Knoxville this year is one of the best the track has seen. Ra
- Kinser is subject of "Salute to Champions" By Steve Woodhouse Editor Kinser is subject of "Salute to Champions"
- Middle school students prepare for D.C. trip Knoxville Middle School eighth graders are preparing for their annual trip to Washington, D.C. Forty-eight students and seven adults will leave early Thursday morning, April 17, and return late Sunday night, April 20. Students have been going to D.C.
- Grand Theatre Foundation sets Donor Levels Over the four months since the Grand Theatre Foundation earned its nonprofit status, the organization has successfully raised over $160,000 of its $500,000 goal. The foundation announced this week that donor levels have been established. They are as
High Five Traffic Safety Project begins
Marion County, four others to pilot the program According to data from the Iowa Governor's Traffic Safety Bureau, in 2012, 72 percent of fatal crashes in Iowa occurred on secondary rural roads. Approximately 79 percent of Iowa's total roadways are
Instructions for Prom Walk-In
Saturday night, April 12, is the Knoxville High School Prom. Knoxville Police Chief Dan Losada shares some information regarding the parking and route for the annual walk-in.
Supervisors to meet April 10
The Marion County Board of Supervisors will meet in special session Thursday, April 10, at 9:30 a.m., at the Pleasantville Memorial Hall.
Full House should take up Raceway bill next week
As we broke the news yesterday on Facebook, the Iowa House Ways and Means Committee approved a tax rebate, worth up to $2 million, for the Knoxville Raceway on Monday. The full House will be able to address the bill on April 14.
Clock faces removed
Work has begun on the courthouse clock tower project. Looking up at the tower on Tuesday, one would see that the faces of the clock, on all four sides, are missing.
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