A snow ordinance has been issued for the city of Knoxville beginning Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. While in effect, parking is banned on all streets until the storm ends and all streets have been plowed.
PENSACOLA, FL -- Levi Luko, of Knoxville, was named to the President's List by Dr. Troy Shoemaker, president of Pensacola Christian College, for academic achievement during the 2019 fall semester.
Ever watch the Academy Awards and think the nominees for best short film look interesting, but you never get to see those films in a theater? Well now's your chance to see all the nominated short films from all three categories: Animated, Live Action and Documentary.
This week, Rep. Jon Thorup (R-Knoxville) welcomed A.J. Potter, the pastor of the Pleasantville Baptist Church, to the Iowa House of Representatives. Pastor Potter was visiting the Capitol to offer the opening prayer to begin the day’s session. Pictured here is Rep. Jon Thorup (Knoxville) and…
DES MOINES — Six days before Iowans participate in the Iowa Caucuses, thousands of students across the state will make their voices heard in Secretary of State Paul Pate’s Iowa Youth Straw Poll.
A full day of professional learning on January 13 allowed Northstar Elementary teachers and staff to dive deep into math standards, the use of technology in the classroom and positive behavioral supports.
DES MOINES – The Iowa Finance Authority recently announced the award of more than $6.4 million in grants to 27 Local Housing Trust Funds to support local affordable housing initiatives.
DES MOINES — State Treasurer Michael Fitzgerald announced the opening of the 2020 Robert D. Blue Scholarship as an outlet for students to fund their higher education goals.
DES MOINES — Each semester, Grand View University announces students to be named to the Dean's list and President's list for exceptional academic performance.
Marion County Soil and Water Conservation District Commissioners meeting will be held Thursday, Jan 30. The meeting will be held at the USDA Building/NRCS Meeting Room in Knoxville at 8 a.m.
The year was 1920. Women were given the right to vote, Belgium hosted the summer Olympics, the League of Nations was established, and Virginia Long Kirkpatrick was born just north of Sandyville.
A snow ordinance has been issued for the city of Knoxville beginning Friday evening at 5 p.m. While in effect, parking is banned on all streets until the storm ends and all streets have been plowed.
AMES — A total of 10,066 Iowa State University students have been recognized for outstanding academic achievement by being named to the fall semester 2019 Dean's List.
CLINTON, Iowa — Presidential candidates will face the first election in the nation for their party’s nomination not with an anonymous vote at a ballot box but with neighbors at community meetings in small towns and big across Iowa.
The time has come for the Knoxville Journal-Express’ annual Honor Roll, a time we take to honor the local businesses in our community. This year, one of the standouts is Bybee and Davis Funeral Home.
After sitting abandoned for 10 years, local officials announced the Knoxville Veterans Administration campus is now owned and controlled by the local government.
MARYVILLE, Mo. — The Office of the Registrar at Northwest Missouri State University has announced the students named to the Academic or President’s honor rolls at the end of the 2019 fall semester.
IOWA CITY — In December, more than 1,800 University of Iowa undergraduate, graduate and professional students participated in ceremonies celebrating the end of one chapter and the beginning of another.
The Libertarian Party of Iowa has announced it will host caucuses in twenty-two counties and a virtual caucus for those in rural counties or who are unable to attend in-person.
More than $4 million from the settlement of a Microsoft class-action lawsuit will be invested in efforts to expand computer science education in Iowa schools, attorneys for the lawsuit’s plaintiffs announced today.
Iowa Auditor of State Rob Sand issued a stinging indictment of Iowa’s privatized Medicaid system Thursday, saying his office has been unable to collect reliable data to measure the quality of services provided to vulnerable Iowans. “If we can’t assess the quality of care because the data are not reliable, that certainly calls into question […]
Governor commends DHS for doing an 'outstanding job'
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As a proud member of the Independent Cinema Alliance (ICA), the Grand Theater is excited to host the first annual “Independent Cinema Day” on Saturday, Jan. 18. This social holiday is an opportunity for moviegoers nationwide to support their local independent cinema.
The Knoxville Community School District is celebrating a number of big accomplishments as its students and staff wrap up 2019 and set course for an even brighter 2020.
- Bussey man charged with harassment
- City, county now control VA Campus
- Looking back at a century passed
- Buttigieg campaigns in Pella
- Winter-related announcements: Friday, Jan. 17
- Investigators: Explosives found in crashed truck
- Foot chase results in drug charges
- Oklahoma lawmaker intolerant of lactose alternatives
- Marion County Sheriff Report, Jan. 7-13
- 148 years of business for Bybee & Davis Funeral Home
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