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More Little Free Libraries coming to Osky
They may be small in size, but their purpose is huge.
At the Oct. 21 regular meeting of the Oskaloosa City Council, council members approved a resolution establishing a Little Free Library partnership with the Altrusa Club of Oskaloosa. This will allow for two little free libraries on a city-owned lot at the corner of South H Street and Sixth Avenue West.
City council approves agreement
At Monday’s regular meeting of the Oskaloosa City Council, council members approved a resolution approving an agreement with Rohrbach Associates PC for the schematic design of Fire Station No. 1.
- Supervisors terminate agreement with SIRG effective March 1, 2014
Herald to post live blog of Oskaloosa city election
Voters will go to the polls Tuesday to elect representatives to their city governments.
Polls are open for Oskaloosa and University Park residents from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. The polls are open from noon to 8 p.m. in the cities of Barnes City, Beacon, Fremont, Keomah Village, Leighton, New Sharon and Rose Hill.
Getting your pets ready for winter
As the thermometer starts to dip, it's time to think about getting your pets ready for winter.
Whether they are indoor or outdoor pets, you can do many things to get your pets ready for cold and snow. Stephen Memorial Animal Shelter Executive Director Lindsey Sime has some tips for pet owners.
- Photo: Raising funds for Relay for Life Breast cancer survivors Virginia Pierson, left, and Diana Buffington, stand beside a banner at the Relay for Life garage sale held at the Southern Iowa Fairgrounds Saturday. They were helping raise funds for the Relay for Life team from Interpower Corp. For the full story, see The Herald's section in the Wednesday Shopper.
- Truck-tractor accident injures motorists near MidAmerican
Going beyond Sunday
Editor's note: This story is the third in a weekly series about local Wednesday evening church activities.
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