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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.
Kaster sentenced to 60 days in jail
Shayne Michael Kaster was sentenced to 60 days in the Marion County Jail following a domestic abuse assault causing injury conviction.
- Regulations increase college costs “In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.” -President Ronald ReaganThe good intentions of the government at all levels can sometimes bring with them hidden costs. Colleges and other institution
- 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.
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