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Good turnout for Legislative Coffee Saturday
A large crowd gathered at the Public Safety Complex in
Grassfire spreads to trees near
The Knoxville Township Fire Department responded to a grassfire near a propane tank outside a residence on Highway 14 north of
Power outage strikes Pella Sunday night
A power outage left many Pella residents without electricity for about three hours last night. The Electric Department reported a problem with Substation B at 8:08 p.m. Sunday. Electric Director Larry Peterson tells KNIA/KRLS News that a bad cable between the 800 Block of East First Street and the Power Plant was the culprit.
This is Severe Weather Awareness Week
Monday kicks off Severe Weather Awareness Week, and KNIA/KRLS will be carrying a series of stories informing
The Knoxville City Council will consider adopting a resolution regarding wastewater treatment plant improvements and electrical control modification at their meeting at 6:15 in city hall. The council will also consider a resolution accepting engineering services for a sewer rehabilitation project from highway 14 to
Firefighters responded to two rural grassfires near
Another court furlough is Friday
Its another state court furlough day this Friday in the Marion County Courthouse as the state court offices will be closed because of an expected $3.8 million budget cut. The state offices on the third and fourth floors of the
ouse open as usual. In addition, the third and fourth floor courthouse offices are closed at 2:30 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday.
Tulip Time expected to attract more regional visitors
More area visitors are expected at Tulip Time this year. Pella Convention and Visitors Bureau Director Jill Vandevoort says many of the requests for Tulip Time information have come directly from within a 60-mile radius. As a whole, Vandevoort expects more local and regional tourism this season, which she says is a benefit to the area.
TRACES coming to
A traveling museum is making a stop at the Knoxville Public Library today from 3 to 6 p.m. to detail the lives of the around 372,000 German prisoners of war, or POWs, held in camps across the
Iowa film industry grows
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