Photo: Snowy shoulder
The Chief Mahaska statue in City Square Park stands with a bit of snow on his shoulder Monday morning. Snowfall made travel a bit difficult for some drivers Monday. Temperatures nearing 40 degrees helped melt much of the snow away quickly. According to the Iowa Environmental Mesonet, areas of Mahaska County received between 1 and 2 inches of snow by midday Monday. Daytime highs in the 20s and 30s are expected for the remainder of the work week, according to the National Weather Service.
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Too cold for cocoa?
Cold weather has forced the cancellation of Carols, Candles and Cocoa, which had been scheduled for tonight.
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Madrigal singers perform
The Oskaloosa High School Madrigal Singers perform for the Oskaloosa Rotary Club at the Peppertree at noon Tuesday. The Madrigal Singers will perform for the annual Madrigal Dinner on Dec. 13, 14 and 15 at the Musco Technology Center at William Penn University. Director Chris Weinreich said the Saturday, Dec. 14, performance is sold out; however, tickets for the other two nights are available. People can purchase tickets at Brown's Shoe Fit, on the city square. Tickets are $15, he said.
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