The people of this small town are known for their hospitality, and this one is no exception.
Residents in the tiny town of Knoxville, Kentucky are known as the “City of the Smiles,” and their friendly demeanor is something you won’t find anywhere else in the country.
One of the reasons that people in Knoxville are known to be so welcoming and welcoming is that they’re located in a state with one of the lowest crime rates in the nation.
In fact, the city is considered one of only a handful of communities in the United States that have a crime rate that’s lower than the national average.
In Knoxville’s case, the crime rate actually dropped from 2015 to 2016, and it was the result of a massive and successful anti-crime campaign.
In 2018, Knoxville passed a new ordinance that aims to make crime a thing of the past.
Knoxville is also one of about 50 cities in the US that have made progress in reducing their violent crime rate.
And the results are impressive.
According to the FBI, the Knoxville city police department saw a 33 percent reduction in violent crime over the past year.
Knox’s crime rate has decreased by 50 percent over the same period.
In 2017, violent crime in Knox County was 4,957, a reduction of nearly 80 percent from the previous year.
The city’s murder rate dropped by more than 20 percent over that same time period, and its rape rate fell by less than a quarter.
As a result, the rate of violent crime is now less than half what it was just five years ago.
The Knoxville Police Department has also been praised for its efforts to reduce property crime, which is a big reason that the city has been named one of America’s most livable cities.
While the crime numbers aren’t as impressive as the national figures, Knox’s efforts to combat crime have been impressive.
In 2016, the community ranked third in the U.S. in per capita property crime.
In the same year, the area around Knoxville had the fifth-highest rate of burglaries per capita, according to the National Crime Victimization Survey.
It is no surprise that Knoxville also ranked in the top 20 in terms of property crime rates, given the community’s history of being the scene of numerous violent crimes.
Knox County’s crime is also on the rise, as the city saw a rise in violent crimes over the last year.
In 2020, there were 3,982 property crimes reported to the Knox County Sheriff’s Office.
By the end of that year, Knox County had more than 1,000 violent crimes per capita.
The murder rate in Knox’s capital city is actually higher than the state average.
While crime rates are lower in the larger cities, they are still very high in Knox.
In 2014, the average murder rate for Knox was 8.7 per 100,000 residents, while the state’s rate was 5.1 per 100 in Knox, according the FBI.
This year, crime is still down in Knox and has been for some time.
But the city does still have some ways to go before it’s safe for all of its residents.
Knox is home to one of Kentucky’s oldest, oldest cities, Lexington.
When it comes to historic buildings, there is one that’s been around longer than any other: the Kentucky State Capitol.
In 1924, the historic building was constructed to house the offices of Kentucky Governor John Haynesworth, who served as a U.K. senator from Kentucky from 1916 to 1921.
In 2010, Kentucky passed a bill that created the Kentucky Historic Preservation Commission, which oversaw the preservation of historic buildings in Kentucky.
In 2015, Kentucky’s Governor, Matt Bevin, signed the Preservation Act, which created the Historic Kentucky Preservation Act.
In other words, the act created a process for the state to designate historic properties in Kentucky that are worth preserving for future generations.
It’s a good step in the right direction, but it’s not enough.
While we don’t have all of the buildings in the State Capitol that are being designated for preservation, we do have some of the most iconic buildings in Lexington.
For instance, the state Capitol has been the site of a series of landmark fights.
In 1871, the Supreme Court declared that a group of slaves could vote in Kentucky elections.
In 1893, a group from Kentucky, led by abolitionist Frederick Douglass, attempted to seize the Kentucky state capitol and then the U,S.
Capitol, but were stopped by Kentucky State Police.
Today, the Kentucky Capitol is a National Historic Landmark and features the first statue of a seated African-American in the Capitol’s upper gallery.
It has been a place of national pride since the state became the 49th state to secede from the Union in 1876.
It was the first state to do so.
The Capitol was the home of the U of M from 1926 to 1930.
In 1954, the United Nations Educational,