Knoxville — Tyler Davis Iddings, son of Samantha Gray of Pleasantville was Knoxville Hospital & Clinics’ first baby born in 2013. Tyler was born on January 2, weighing 9 pounds, 3 ounces, and 22 inches in length. Helping Samantha bring her little boy into the world was Dr. Brent Hoehns.
Samantha Gray Welcomes Son, Tyler Davis
Memorial Hall Breakfast funds to go for a cause
The Pleasantville Legion is hosting a breakfast tomorrow morning, Saturday, May 18, with a special plan for the proceeds. Legion members have set a goal to create and mount plaques honoring those from the Pleasantville School District who gave their lives in service to their country.
- Molloy accepted to science fiction/fantasy writer's workshop Melissa Molloy,16, a sophomore at Knoxville High School, has been selected to attend this year's Alpha Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror Workshop for Young Writers in Greensburg, Penn. Each year Alpha accepts 20 young writers age 14-19 to attend a ten d
Video, Slideshow: Iowa State at Bos Landen
The Iowa State University "Making a Difference" Tailgate Party tour rolled into Pella Monday afternoon.
Rotary awards scholarships
The Knoxville Rotary Club held its annual Scholarship Day on Wednesday. A total of 14 Knoxville High School students were awarded scholarships.
Zoutte proclaims Nurses Week
In a pair of ceremonies this morning, Knoxville Mayor Don Zoutte proclaimed this week as "National Nurses Week" in Knoxville.
HCI Care Services Nurse Recognized During National Nurses Week
May 6-12 is National Nurses Week, created to highlight the contributions of the nation’s 3.1 million registered nurses improving lives in various health care settings and contributing to the largest health care profession.
RAGBRAI® maps and information
As promised, the presentation given at the May 1 community meeting, along with the route maps through Knoxville and downtown entertainment locations.
RAGBRAI® logo unveiled, questions answered
Approximately 150 people attended a meeting at the Village Theater Wednesday night for an update from RAGBRAI®'s executive committee.
McKeever recognized for 50 years of service
Today, Wednesday, May 1, has been declared Earl McKeever Day in the City of Knoxville.
Technology and Fine Arts Fair May 8
Four of Knoxville's school buildings will play host to the first Technology and Fine Arts Fair on Wednesday, May 8, from 4:30-7 p.m.
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