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Council moves forward on rail port study
The Knoxville City Council approved documentation at its regular meeting Monday night to move forward with a railport study.
Albia derailment details released
ALBIA — Seven cars came off the tracks in a derailment at Albia on Sunday, but no one was injured in the incident.
- Potatoes by the pound OLLIE — Whether mashed, baked or diced, holiday meals just wouldn’t be the same without some form of potato dish. Thanks to the combined efforts of the Prairie View United Methodist Church Men of Ollie; the Pekin Ministerial Association; the Mobile U
Firefighters take part in training
Approximately 25 members of the City of Knoxville Fire/Rescue Department and Knoxville Township Fire Department took part in a training exercise over the weekend.
- Eddyville tour showcases historic properties EDDYVILLE — Want a good look at some historic homes and a couple that show off newer styles? This weekend’s Eddyville Tour of Homes might be a good bet. The event is a fundraiser for the Eddyville Historical Museum. Tickets are $10 and come with a ma
Christmas Walk brings people to small businesses
Getting people to consider smaller, local businesses during the holidays has been a challenge for years. But events like Small Business Saturday and Oskaloosa's Christmas Walk make it an easier sell.
Cyber Monday deals await online bargain hunters
If you spent Black Friday in a turkey coma, it's not too late to snatch up money-saving deals during Cyber Monday.
One lifeflighted after accident
One was transported by air ambulance from the scene of a two car accident Sunday afternoon. Two others were transported to Mercy Medical Center in Centerville by ground ambulance.
- Iowa's courts changing over to electronic records SIOUX CITY (AP) -- Forty-three of Iowa's 99 counties will be using electronic court records by the end of the year, and about 40 percent of all state court documents are now being filed electronically. Associate Judge John Nelson said he believes the
5 myths about health care's 'young invincibles'
Coined by the health insurance industry, the term "young invincibles" has come to describe 18- to 34-year-olds who go without coverage because they expect to remain healthy. Here, a few myths are debunked about who these uninsured young people are and what they want from the health-care system.
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