- Tonda to enter Hall of Fall The Knoxville High School Athletic Hall of Fame committee has announced the Class of 2014 inductees. The list includes two athletes being honored for track and field, one for football and another for tennis. The inductees will be honored in ceremonie
- 54th FVP Knoxville Nationals to be presented by Casey's Knoxville Raceway is proud to announce the most prestigious sprint car race in the world has a new presenting sponsor for the 54th Annual FVP Knoxville Nationals, Casey's General Stores. Knoxville Raceway's General Manager, Brian Stickel says the ad
Casey's will be Nationals presenting sponsor
Knoxville Raceway today is proud to announce the most prestigious sprint car race in the world has a new presenting sponsor for the 54th Annual FVP Knoxville Nationals, Casey’s General Stores.
Many highlights associated with 75 years of football at Ken Locke Stadium
Take a look back at some historical highlights from the first three-quarters of a century of football at Knoxville's Ken Locke Stadium.
- McGraw named on Register All-Century Football Team The Des Moines Register released their All-Century Iowa High School Football Team in the Sunday newspaper. One of the players listed on the team played his high school ball in Marion County. Named to the All-Century Team (1914-2013) was Grant McGraw
City of Newton transfers agreements
In a special meeting Tuesday afternoon, the Newton City Council voted to transfer existing agreements between the City of Newton and US Motorsports Corporation to still undisclosed new owners.
Schools taking steps to fix athletic budget
Since the most recent round of concern regarding the Knoxville Schools' Athletics Budget, coaches and Activities Director Randy WIlson have been "taking steps in the right direction."
Video: Twin Cedars moves on to second round
The Twin Cedars Sabers defeated the Lamoni Demons Wednesday night to earn their way in to the second round of the eight-man football playoffs by a score of 40-22.
Turnovers costly for M-D in season finale
The Melcher-Dallas High School football season came down to the final game Friday night versus Meskwaki Settlement, with the winner earning fourth place in the district and a playoff berth. The Saints struggled and fell 38-34.
- Sabers fall in BG Conference quarterfinals The Twin Cedars volleyball team was sent to Murray for the quarterfinal round of the Bluegrass Conference Volleyball Tournament. The Sabers were in a pool with Murray and Moulton-Udell. The Murray Mustangs was the top-seeded team in the pool. The Sa
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