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- Fire Department uniform purchases approved When Knoxville Fire Chief Jim Mitchell came on board, one of his expectations for the Fire/Rescue Department was professionalism – in its actions, service and appearance. This included a mandated uniform to be worn while on duty.To ease the financial
- Vets can receive care at private hospitals During a veterans’ roundtable with Rep. Dave Loebsack last week, Mike Kuhn with the Marion County Commission on Veterans Affairs reminded those present that veterans can receive treatment at private facilities if the Department of Veterans Affairs is
Tentative agreement reached on MD teacher contract
Melcher-Dallas Schools Superintendent Delane Galvin reports that the administration and the teachers' union reached a tentative contract agreement on Wednesday, calling for a 3.94 percent total package increase.
Brown convicted of theft
District Court Judge Gary Kimes convicted Tiffany Brown of Albia, of the crime of Theft in the Third Degree earlier this morning.
Grassley addresses different issues
Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley expressed disappointment with President Barack Obama during his weekly Capitol Hill Report Thursday afternoon, July 10.
Household Hazardous Waste Collection event Saturday
The South Central Iowa Solid Waste Agency (SCISWA) will hold a household hazardous waste collection event on Saturday, July 12, from 9 a.m.-noon at the City shop on North Roche in Knoxville.
3M Gives donates to Theater
3M Gives presented the Grand Theater Foundation with a $20,000 check Thursday morning, July 10.
- Chirch pleads guilty Aaron Lee Chirch, 34, submitted a written plea of guilty to a charge of domestic abuse assault-second offense, on July 7. In open court Monday afternoon, church pled guilty to second-degree burglary and stalking, as well as violating the terms of his
- Knoxville Enlists in Program to Bridge Technology Gap Knoxville community leaders recently held a kick off meeting to join Connect Iowa’s Connected Community Engagement Program that seeks to boost the local economy and quality of life for residents through increased access, adoption, and use of broadban
Warning test date changes
The Marion County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center in conjunction with Marion County Emergency Management and the Knoxville Police Department would like to inform the citizens of Knoxville and the surrounding area of a change in the dates for the testing of the Outdoor and Indoor Warning System.
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