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Name selected for new K-9
Two months and 88 name suggestions later, the Knoxville Police Department has an official name for their K-9 officer: "Knox." Police Chief Dan Losada announced the name at the city council’s meeting last night. Councilwoman Deb McClung submitted the name, and she gets to decide where the first public demonstration of the K-9 will be held.
Council considers green space ordinance
An ordinance under consideration by the Pella City Council creates some new green space requirements for developers near
City council to hold budget hearing
A public hearing on the approximately $17 million city budget for next fiscal year is one item of business at the Pella City Council meeting tonight. The council will consider the electric utility budget later in the year. Also on the agenda is a resolution approving the budget for the Pella Area Development Corporation. PADCO again requested $50,000; the same as in 2007 and 2008. The Pella City Council meets at 7:00 p.m. at the Public Safety Complex.
County receives grant for water quality project
Ambulance service fees help fund station improvements
The Pella Girls Basketball team will play in the first round of the class three-A State Tournament tonight in
Bald Eagle Day set for Saturday
Our nation’s symbol will be celebrated this weekend. The 21st annual Bald Eagle Day is Saturday. Lake Red Rock Park Ranger Tracy Spry with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says attendees can enjoy eagle viewing from North Tailwater Recreation Area and programs at
Spring forward and change smoke detector batteries
Daylight Saving time begins Sunday, March 8th at 2 a.m., and residents will be springing an hour forward. Knoxville Fire Chief Mike Roberts says residents should change their smoke detector batteries when they reset their clocks. He adds changing batteries on carbon monoxide detectors is also encouraged during the change.
Lions Club to offer vision screenings
The Pella Lions Club has announced that theyll be offering free vision screenings for children later this month at
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