President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team has yet to name a nominee for U.S. Secretary of Agriculture and Senator Chuck Grassley, who has been supporting Iowa Ag Secretary Bill Northey for the spot, tells KNIA/KRLS News he is expecting a nominee this week, but can’t speculate on who it might be.
There’s been changes to public transportation in central Iowa and Marion County. What are they?
Join us today as Dr. Bob Leonard goes “In Depth” with Sarah Constable, with the Heart of Iowa Regional Transit Agency.
The Pella Police Department engaged in the following activities during the week of January 8, 2017 to January 14, 2017:
Calls for Service 170
Traffic Citations 13
Traffic Warnings 46
Parking Tickets 15
Warrant Services 1
COMMUNICATION CENTER WEEKLY STATS
The Pella Police Department Communications Center engaged in the following activities during the week of January 8, 2017, to January 14, 2017:
Incoming Telephone Calls 257
Requests for Assistance – Front Desk 56
Incoming 911 Calls 33
On 01/08/17, Gregory A. W. Mack, 35, of Pella was charged with driving while suspended. Mack was cited and released with a court date.
On 01/10/17, Diana L. Rick, 46, of Pella was charged with lottery fraud- forgery or theft of lottery ticket(s). Rick was incarcerated.
On 01/10/17, Marcus Hill Jr., 36, of Pella was charged with three counts of forgery and theft 3rd degree. Hill was incarcerated.
On 01/13/17, Emily J. Greenlee, 27, of Pella was charged with unauthorized use of a credit card, identity theft under $1000 and theft 3 rd degree. Greenlee was incarcerated.
On 01/14/17, Dylan Larson, 19, of Pella was cited and released for .02 violation.
On 01/10/17, Marcus Hill Jr., 36, of Pella was picked up on an Ottumwa correctional warrant. Hill was transported to Marion County jail, where he will await extradition to Ottumwa.
Vern Cochran with Missouri River Energy Services discusses the latest at the Red Rock Hydroelectric Dam Project.
On Today’s Let’s Talk Knoxville newly installed Chamber of Commerce President Jake Hughes talks about his goals for the Chamber in 2017.
IN THE PAST TWENTY-FOUR HOURS MARION COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES RESPONDED TO 16 CALLS FOR SERVICE INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: 10 MOTORIST ASSIST AND ONE EACH RESCUE, TRAFFIC CONTROL, DOMESTIC WITH INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE ACCIDENT, PERSONAL INJURY ACCIDENT AND SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE. IN THE PAST TWENTY-FOUR HOURS THE MARION COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE COMMUNICATIONS CENTER FIELDED 117 CALLS INCLUDING 19 911 CALLS. THE MARION COUNTY JAIL IS CURRENTLY HOLDING 40 SUBJECTS.