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Firefighters were called out for a trailer fire at 926 Underwood Drive Thursday afternoon at approximately 2:30 p.m.
Schools host Technology and Art Fair
The ways in which art and technology are influencing Knoxville school students are vast. Many of the latest uses of technology were on display at four of the school district's buildings Wednesday night, May 8.
Otley juvenile facing drug charges
A 16-year-old Otley boy is facing several drug charges, following the execution of a search warrant by the Mid-Iowa Narcotics Enforcement drug task force.
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.
Governor includes Marion County in disaster declaration
Governor Terry E. Branstad today issued a third proclamation of disaster emergency in response to recent storms and flooding in south and southeast Iowa. Fifteen counties are included in this proclamation: Appanoose, Clinton, Davis, Decatur, Des Moines, Jefferson, Keokuk, Lucas, Marion, Monroe, Ringgold, Van Buren, Wapello, Warren and Wayne.
Public hearing extended; building could stand for months
The owner of the property at 110 East Robinson, Susan Vincent, was unable to attend Monday night's Knoxville City Council meeting, and thus, did not participate in the public hearing she had requested. As a courtesy to Vincent, the hearing remains open and will resume in council chambers Thursday night, May 9, at 6:15 p.m.
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.
Central College chosen as one of the top green colleges in the nation
Central College has been chosen as one of the most “green” colleges in the nation by The Princeton Review. The publication, “The Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges: 2013 Edition,” named Central to the list as one of only six Iowa institutions.
Building deemed fire hazard prior to blaze
Following inspection, the City of Knoxville had deemed 110 East Robinson a nuisance, over one year before the building was set on fire on March 25.
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