Knoxville — The Knoxville Police Department will begin issuing permits for off road utility vehicles to operate on City Streets on November 1. The permits cost $25 and will be good through December 31, 2014. Dirt bikes, ATVs, and dune buggies are not included in the new ordinance and will not be issued permits. Applications are available at the Police Station during normal business hours. All vehicles must have a safety flag, slow moving vehicle triangle, and insurance. The vehicle also must be inspected prior to the permit being issued. We strongly suggest that you call 641-828-0541 before bringing your vehicle to the PD to be certain someone is available to issue the permit.
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KHS Dance Team does well at State
The Knoxville High School Dance Team participated in the state team championships over the weekend and brought home three trophies.
Probation for Exline man
An Exline man facing five criminal charges had two dismissed but the judge in the case sentenced him to either prison or jail, suspended to probation for the three charges that were adjudicated.
Over 70 snow ordinance tickets written
The Knoxville Police Department wrote over 70 tickets related to the snow ordinance in the past 24 hours.
Young artists' work on display
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How to care for a cut Christmas tree
Cut Christmas trees must be watered and kept hydrated to last through the holidays and to prevent them from becoming fire hazards. This includes small tabletop trees.
Lighted Christmas Parade brings out spirit of the season
Cold temperatures didn't keep people away from Oskaloosa's annual holiday parade.
Cobbins murder appeal rejected
The Iowa Court of Appeals has ruled there was "a wealth of circumstantial evidence" that Terry Cobbins, Jr., killed Teresa Miller in 2011.
- No White House meeting on Medicaid for Branstad DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Gov. Terry Branstad is not scheduled to meet with President Barack Obama to discuss Iowa's low income health care proposal. Spokesman Tim Albrecht says Obama and White House officials did not grant Branstad's request for a mee
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