Knoxville — The Knoxville Police Department will begin issuing permits for off road utility vehicles to operate on City Streets on November 1. The permits cost $25 and will be good through December 31, 2014. Dirt bikes, ATVs, and dune buggies are not included in the new ordinance and will not be issued permits. Applications are available at the Police Station during normal business hours. All vehicles must have a safety flag, slow moving vehicle triangle, and insurance. The vehicle also must be inspected prior to the permit being issued. We strongly suggest that you call 641-828-0541 before bringing your vehicle to the PD to be certain someone is available to issue the permit.
Murra to address Knoxville School Board
Cassandra Murra, hired to take over as Knoxville's Superintendent of Schools in June, is scheduled to be at the Monday, March 10, school board meeting to discuss recommendations for a new high school principal.
Football coach Rider charged
The Knoxville Police Department issued a press release indicating that head football coach Troy Rider has been charged with sexual abuse and has turned himself in to the authorities.
Casey's pledges $25K to Expand the Dream
Casey’s General Stores has renewed its commitment to the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum by pledging $25,000 to the museum foundation’s “Expand the Dream” campaign.
MCCF Applications due April 20
Applications for funding assistance from the Marion County Community Foundation are due April 20.
TC FFA receives financial gift
Rhonda Van Rheenen won a contest sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. As a result, the Twin Cedars FFA received a check for $2,500.
Van Wyk addresses Marion County Republicans
Sully businessman and current Clive resident Jon Michael Van Wyk addressed the Marion County Republican Central Committee Thursday night to discuss why he should be the party's nominee to represent Iowa House District 28 instead of current Representative, Greg Heartsill.
Next Streetscape phase begins Monday
The next phase of the Downtown Streetscape Project, Robinson Street between Second and Third, will begin Monday.
Pleasantville hopes to lift order in the morning
Following the Iowa Department of Natural Resources' protocol, the City of Pleasantville is expecting results of a test of its water in the morning, to determine whether or not the boil order can be lifted.
Video: Knoxville VA offers telemed services
Medical services offered by the VA Central Iowa Health Care System have expanded to include the use of telemedicine. Benefits include home access to medical services and less time on the road for veterans to meet with care providers.
Sundance Realty is back home
After nearly a year away due to an arson fire, the permanent Sundance Realty office is open.
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