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Electric utility project resumes
Work has resumed on an electric utility project in the city of
Program to offer history of
The Knoxville Historic Preservation Commission is hosting a program on the history of the
REC releases revenue projections
The states revenue estimating committee released its spending projections Friday for both this and next year. Officials tell KNIA/KRLS News that there’s an over $100 million revenue loss projected for this year, and about $250 million in revenue losses projected for next year. The losses indicate how much less money the state has to spend.
Traffic stop leads to drug charge for
Residents looking to maintain vehicles longer
Local governments putting more information online
More local governments are using the Internet as a valuable communication tool. Pella City Administrator Mike Nardini says theyve found that many residents will use the city website first and call the city second. Marion County Auditor Jake Grandia says the county offers a relatively new comprehensive government website.
Streetscape committee to meet next week
The Knoxville Downtown Streetscape Committee will continue discussion regarding possible grant and funding opportunities at its bi-monthly meeting Tuesday at 5:15 p.m. in City Hall, among other issues.
Catching fish in the spring
Spring has arrived and with it comes thoughts of casting a line in open water for many
Community Chorus to hold 2009 Spring Concert
The Knoxville Community Chorus is holding their 2009 Spring Concert March 27th at 7 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church. The concert will also be held March 28th at 2 p.m. at
Author to visit with local residents
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