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Edouard granted new trial
The Iowa Court of Appeals says errors made in Patrick Edouard's initial trial were severe enough to order a retrial. The ruling also allows a new defense witness.
Faith continues to drive Estes
Simon Estes is scheduled to perform at the Knoxville Performing Arts Center on Sunday, Dec. 1, and to his knowledge, this will be his first performance in the community.
Board selects superintendent search firm
The Knoxville School Board voted at a special meeting last night to hire G. Tryon and Associates of Johnston to facilitate the search for a new superintendent.
Red Ribbon Bakery wins contest
The winner of this year’s Dream Big Grow Here Iowa Innovation Gateway contest was Lisa Marshall, Red Ribbon Bakery of Knoxville.
Video: Streetscape project hopefully done in two weeks
If all goes well and the weather cooperates, the concrete portion of the downtown streescape project currently under construction should be completed in two weeks.
Twin Cedars Board discusses days vs. hours
The Twin Cedars School Board met in regular session Monday night and one of the topics discussed, but not acted upon, centered upon the 2014-15 school calendar. Legslation passed earlier this year now allows school districts to choose to be in session for 180 days or 1,080 hours.
300 children need Christmas gifts
Chuck Galeazzi with Helping Hands in Knoxville said he has the names of 300 children in need of Christmas gifts this year.
Knox takes part in Pella drill
Police K-9 units from four departments, including Knox from the Knoxville Police Department, took part in a standard school lockdown drill at Pella Community High School on Tuesday.
- Sugar Plum Fairy Ball set for Dec. 14 The Second Annual Sugar Plum Fairy Ball is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 14, from 6:30-9 p.m. This ball is one in which girls ages 5-12 are invited to come with their dads, grandpas, uncles or other special men in their lives for a night of dancing an
- Hormel donates to Welcome Home Soldier The Knoxville Hormel plant on Friday made a $500 donation to the eight-acre Welcome Home Soldier veterans' memorial in Monroe County. Albia's Jim Keller and Max Cox, prior to accepting the donation, shared information about the project; one in which
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