There will be no school in Knox County Wednesday, according to PR director Frank Shelton. Watch future posts for more information.
A singer that gained national attention on the television show “America’s Got Talent” will use his talent to help raise money for those who stricken with cancer.
Pineville’s Jimmy Rose will take to the stage at Knox Central Tuesday March 18 for a fundraiser to benefit 12-year-old cancer patient Harley Laxton. Tickets are $10 and doors open at 6 p.m.
Rose will return on Friday, March 21 at the Knox Middle School gym at 7 p.m. in a benefit concert for the Knox County Cancer Patient Fund, according to KCCPF president Dale Smith.
“Tickets will go on sale next week,” Smith said, adding that ticket prices will be $10 for general admission and $15 for floor tickets. He said about 150 floor tickets will be available.Register to read more...
Eight suspects who were arrested during a December meth lab raid were indicted Friday by the Knox County Grand Jury.
The suspects were arrested on Dec. 19 at a residence on Mackey Bend.
Knox Sheriff John Pickard and deputy Claude Hudson went to the home to serve a warrant on suspect. However, when they arrived they heard people running through the home, after which they made contact with Ryan Riley, Natasha Riley, Dexter Messer Jr., and Christopher Hubbard.Register to read more...
A Heidrick man was jailed Thursday on robbery and assault charges stemming from a domestic disturbance.
Knox deputies Brian Hensley and Tommy Houston were dispatched to a call at 54 Highland Park Road to investigate a robbery and assault. The victim, identified as Kelley France, told them that she had left her husband Terry France more than a year ago, and had moved back into town where she was living with roommates.
Mrs. France said her estranged husband had been at the residence earlier in the day causing problems, after which she filed for an emergency protective order.
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