KNOXVILLE — If you’ve ever wondered what great-grandma’s vase or your vintage wind-up toy might be worth, the Knoxville Public Library has the man for you.
KNOXVILLE — A crowd of people stood in a dusty gravel parking lot hoping to win some Tony Stewart memorabilia. A rope divided the crowd in two. One side for heads. The other side, tails.
KNOXVILLE — Levi Marshall, who will be a senior this fall at Knoxville High School, said he has found his true passion, power lifting. The local athlete has broken several state records in power-lifting.
Next weekend Hattie Renfrow, an eighth grader from Pleasantville, will compete in the 2017 National Junior High Rodeo Finals in Lebanon, Tenn.
KNOXVILLE – Fifth-grade students in Pleasantville worked on a project to raise money for the wildfires that devastated communities in Tennessee, including two elementary schools.
The Red Rock Hydroelectric Project is no small project. As of Jan. 26, construction crews have laid more than 7.4 million pounds of rebar and have poured more than 47,000 cubic yards of concrete, according to Vern Cochran, supervisor of the Red Rock Hydroelectric Project.
The state initiative the put an added emphasis on utilizing teachers to mentor other teachers at the district level has been fully implemented in Marion County.
PLEASANTVILLE — A Pleasantville High School student has been honored with a trip to All-State to showcase his talent in public speaking.
KNOXVILLE — Robin Pfalzgraf of Pella, was named the executive director for Habitat for Humanity of Marion County. Her first day was Monday, Feb. 13.
KNOXVILLE — Tracy DeWitt, an English teacher, received a little surprise and recognition for her teaching at Knoxville Community High School. WHO Channel 13 out of Des Moines, presented her with the Golden Apple Award. Dewitt was completely surprised.
KNOXVILLE — Whitney Walters home schools her kids, and wanted her kids to learn about charity work. She let her homeschooled kids, Alex, 10, and Destiny, 9, pick a charity.
KNOXVILLE – The Insurmoutables, from Knoxville, battled Recharged Orange, from Pella, using a couple of cellphones and a remote controlled robot to pick up balls and chuck them into a vortex to accumulate points.
KNOXVILLE — More than 20 years ago, Linda O'Dell and her three sons were living in a home where the frame was rotting, and cracks in the walls and foundation would usher in the chilly winter air.
KNOXVILLE — With winter quickly approaching, now is the time to prepare your home to keep your pets warm and safe, officials wih the Marion County Humane Society warned.
More than 20 volunteers, most of them home schooled children, showed up at Knoxville's Helping Hands to pack groceries to give to people in need.
KNOXVILLE—Hundreds of people gathered on the downtown square Nov. 17 to enjoy summer-like evening breezes, and to look at front windows adorned with Christmas decorations and lights.
On September 14, Lynn (Cole) Witzenburg held a Quilt Trunk Show at Homestead Assisted Living where her mother, Sylvia Cole lives.
Editor's note: This is the Knoxville Journal's original report from the Oct. 26, 1966, downtown fire that claimed J.C. Penney and more. This story was first printed on Nov. 1, 1966.
Donnie Hayes has removed about half of the sweet potatoes grown in his garden this year. Much to his surprise, he found a single potato that weighed in at seven pounds, 13 ounces.
The Knoxville High School March Band earned a Division II rating at the State Marching Contest on Saturday, Oct. 15, in Pella. Nicole Presley captured the performance of the band's salute to "Star Trek" in these photos.
On Oct. 20 at 7p.m., the Pella Opera House kicks off its 2016-17 season with a FREE screening of ‘Screenagers’. This documentary probes into the vulnerable corners of family life and struggles over social media, video games, academics and internet addiction. In addition to the movie screenin…
Iowans seeking support for arts projects and greater stability for their cultural organizations are encouraged to apply for two grant programs offered by the Iowa Arts Council.
Since its founding six-and-a-half years ago, Knoxville-based Peace Tree Brewing Company has consistently grown. Growth has not been the only change and there are more on the way.
Mission India is hosting “An Evening with Simon Estes”, at which internationally renowned opera star, Simon Estes, will introduce his song “Save the Children, Save their Lives” as a tribute to Mission India. In addition to the concert, Mission India will share inspiring stories of how God is…
The musical “Into the Woods,” made popular by the recent movie with some big name actors like James Gordon, Meryl Streep and Anna Kendrick, is coming to the Knoxville Performing Arts Center toward the end of October.
This Week's Circulars
Charles Lee Laird was born in Knoxville, Iowa on October 3, 1942, to Marvin and Fonda Robuck Laird. He passed away at his home in Emporia , Kansas on June 9, 2019. He was 76 years old. Charles grew up on farms near Knoxville: he graduated from Attica High School in 1960. In January 1962 he m…
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