At my stage in life, I have experienced a gazillion weeks. I thought about actually counting how many weeks I have lived, but I don’t have that many fingers or toes. It doesn’t matter how many weeks it is.
LAMONI -- Alex Young of Pleasantville was elected as the Council of Student Activities (COSA) President for the 2019-20 school year at Graceland University in Lamoni.
Police say a Knoxville man made multiple threats toward law enforcement, including that he planned to place bombs on or near the cars and residences of police officers.
PELLA — On Nov. 3 from 7:30 a.m.-1 p.m., The Well will host their annual waffle breakfast fundraiser to raise $30,000 for a wheelchair lift for the Pella site.
PELLA — Forty-nine Central College students took part in a concert by the A Cappella Choir and Chamber Singers on Sept. 28 in Douwstra Auditorium as part of Homecoming 2019 festivities.
Jasmine Fowler did not plan on battling cancer the summer before her freshman year of high school, but that is what the 14-year-old did.
“When they had prayed, the place in which they were gathered together was shaken and they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke the word of God with boldness.” --Acts 4:31
Steve Linsley looks forward every year to running in the Knoxville Cancer Relay. Whether he looks forward or backward, though, it’s not hard to find inspiration, he says.
The Knoxville Music Boosters, above, held a Homecoming Tailgate at the Hy-Vee parking lot on October 11. Students were serving meals to the public, and also pumping gas and washing windshields at the Hy-Vee Fast and Fresh gas station. The money raised from the fundraiser will help to support…
DANVILLE, Pa. - The parents of one of three infants who died from a waterborne bacteria outbreak at Geisinger Medical Center last month have hired an attorney to investigate their child's death and prepare a wrongful death lawsuit against the hospital.
NORMAN — Oklahoma cornerback Tre Brown’s sack of Sam Ehlinger resulted in a safety during last year’s Big 12 title game, and arguably became OU’s best defensive highlight of last season.
STATE COLLEGE, Penn. -- An elderly Penn State grad’s letter to the football team’s black captain describing his dreadlocks as “disgusting” has touched off a social media firestorm and national media attention over the message’s racial overtones.
The Marion County Board of Supervisors approved a property insurance request from the Marion County Historical Society during their regular meeting on Oct. 8.
The Marion County Development Commission (MCDC) announced that nominations are being accepted to honor 10 young professionals in the Red Rock Area.
The Knoxville Chamber of Commerce is partnering with Veel Hoeden Consulting to host an Idea Exchange for people who have business ideas they would like to make a reality.
Tickets for the November 14-17 performances of Disney and Cameron MacIntosh’s Mary Poppins at the Knoxville Performing Arts Center are available for purchase on-line.
Knoxville Hospital & Clinics (KHC) are committed to providing patients with the highest quality care and most innovative breast cancer screen technology. That is why they are proud to begin offering 3D mammography.
Jason Carter, the man acquitted of murder earlier this year, has filed again to have a civil verdict that found him liable for his mother’s killing set aside.
I was tootling along one day last week, quite focused on getting my business for the day done. In fact, I was feeling good about the progress I was making with my “to-do list.” Nothing is more satisfying to me than the sense of being in control of my schedule. I love checking off items on my…
Precision, Inc. gave students a personal look at manufacturing and the impact of Precision pulleys around the world for Manufacturing Day 2019.
Birthright of Knoxville was presented with a donation by Steven Everly, after he rented out The Grand Theatre for a showing of the movie “Unplanned.”
U.S. Cellular customers in Iowa and Wisconsin will be the first to have access to the benefits of the company’s 5G network, beginning in the first quarter of 2020.
DES MOINES — The Iowa Finance Authority and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources recently announced that 41 Iowa communities have received low-interest water quality loans totaling more than $123 million through the State Revolving Fund.
- Police: Man threatened to kill cops
- Linsley will sweat for a purpose in Cancer Relay
- Smith is PGA Junior Player of Year
- Local teen fights cancer, community rallies with support
- Knoxville Hospital holds Girls Night Out
- Knoxville police report, Oct. 4-10
- LETTER: Evaluating gun control with open mind
- “Salute of Champion,” to recognize Greg Hodnett
- School board approves proposal to rebrand
- Search warrant finds THC cartridges
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