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Tow ban in place
The Marion County Sheriff's Office has a tow ban in place.
Central to host Political Science convention
Political Scientists from throughout the state will be coming to Marion County next weekend, as Central College hosts the Iowa Association of Political Scientists' annual convention and program.
Parent-Teacher Conferences Canceled
Knoxville Schools' Parent-Teacher Conferences scheduled for the afternoon of Thursday, Feb. 20, have been canceled.
Video: Loebsack tours KHC
Rep. Dave Loebsack toured Knoxville Hospital and Clinics Wednesday afternoon.
MidAmerican donates to City of Melcher-Dallas
MidAmerican Energy recently donated $1,000 to the City of Melcher-Dallas.
- Students take part in State Speech There were 10 Knoxville High School students who recently participated in the State Speech Contest. Speech is an activity for those who want to express their talents. The competition celebrates the art of voice and body. The contest is overseen by th
Marion County under a blizzard warning
A conference call, to discuss the potential blizzard, was held this afternoon.
Iowa Tourism Industry Looking for a Good Year
After long winter, Iowans are likely eager to begin thinking about their spring and summer vacations.
Double accident early Monday
No injuries and no citations came from a two-pronged, three vehicle accident in the early morning hours of Monday, Feb. 17.
The Knoxville Senior Nutrition Program needs Meals on Wheels volunteers for the rest of the week. Call Dawn Allspach-Kline at 641-842-6070 if you can help.
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