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Paving should begin this month
The Knoxville Streetscape and Infrastructure Project is on schedule. Following a meeting Tuesday morning, those involved indicate that paving on Robinson should begin this month.
Video: Burn ban in place in Marion County
The dry weather, coupled with numerous grass fire calls over the past several days, has led to the fire chiefs of Marion County to support a burn ban. The ban went into effect at 10 a.m. Tuesday morning.
West students help Davis family
The students, faculty and staff of West Elementary have once again opened their hearts and piggy banks. In the month of March, West Elementary raised $1,838.55 for Penelope Davis, a toddler stricken with cancer.
UPDATE: KRFD fights wide field fire
We now know more about a fire broke out in a field at the corner of Pratt Drive and 150th, approximately five miles south of Knoxville, Monday afternoon.
Law enforcement seeks help
The Marion County Sheriff's and Attorney's Offices, along with the Pella Police Department, are helping the FBI locate an unidentified male suspected of having ties to child pornography.
Legislators report to Knoxville
The final Legislative Coffee of 2014 was held Friday afternoon in Knoxville, with Rep. Greg Heartsill and Sen. Amy Sinclair in attendance.
Wilkins eager to lead KHS
The Knoxville School Board officially approved a contract with Tracy Wilkins Thursday night. Wilkins is set to take over as Principal of Knoxville High School for the coming school year.
Supervisors meet Tuesday
The Marion County Board of Supervisors will meet in regular session Tuesday, April 8, at 9 a.m.
Heartsill reports on oversight hearings
Rep. Greg Heartsill, a member of the House Government Oversight Committee, has been hearing testimony from Mike Carroll of the Iowa Department of Administrative Services and former State employees who received confidential settlements.
Raceway Rebate should move forward next week
Rep. Greg Heartsill believes that the $2 million sales tax rebate for the Knoxville Raceway will move out of the House Ways and Means Committee on Monday and get full House approval on Tuesday or Wednesday.
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