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Supervisors approve County Engineer work agreement
The Marion County Board of Supervisors met Monday morning in special session to approve a work agreement with Tyler Christian, the new County Engineer.
NASCAR purchases Iowa Speedway
NASCAR, though its subsidiary Iowa Speedway, LLC, has been identified as the new owners of the Iowa Speedway.
Ladies' Night is December 5
Knoxville businesses are working together to host a ladies' night event on Thursday, Dec. 5. On that night, several shops will be open until at least 8 p.m.
President Obama's Thanksgiving Declaration
Text of President Barack Obama's official Thanksgiving proclamation for 2013.
Judge denies McGinnis application
Judge Brad McCall filed an order today, denying convicted murderer Steven Dean McGinnis' application for post-conviction relief.
Red Rock designated a National Water Trail
The Red Rock Trail at Lake Red Rock, Knoxville, Iowa, has officially been designated as a National Water Trail by the National Park Service. Joining the Red Rock Trail is The Island Loop Route Water Trail in Michigan and The Missouri National Recreation River Water Trail that flows through South Dakota, Nebraska and Iowa. These three trails join 11 previously dedicated water trails across the country.
Local businesses to be open over holiday weekend
The Knoxville Chamber of Commerce has collected information from local businesses regarding their plans for Black Friday and Small Business Saturday this weekend.
M-D kids collect for food pantry
Melcher-Dallas Elementary students exceeded their goal of collecting 1,000 items of food for the Melcher-Dallas Food Pantry.
Pennsylvania man to move coal equipment
With the assistance of people all across the country - and Sweden - a 1915 Monagahn walking drag line, resting in the same location where it scooped its last load of dirt, will be transported from the Attica area to Pennsylvania.
- Foundation holds Annual Night Out With over 175 attendees, the 8th annual Knoxville Hospital & Clinics Foundation Annual Night Out held on Saturday, November 16, was a huge success. Funds raised by the event go towards the purchase of a new Cryostat which is used to help sustain very
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