OSKALOOSA – Authorities were investigating a suspicious vehicle downtown Friday morning, when the suspect fled the scene.
OSKALOOSA — Now that the holiday season has been officially kicked off with the lighted Christmas parade, the floodgates have opened with all sorts of holiday activities and fun.
SIOUX CITY — A tissue sample from a road killed deer collected on the south side of Sioux City is undergoing a follow up test for chronic wasting disease after its initial results showed a high likelihood that the disease was present.
MAHASKA COUNTY – The holidays can be a stressful time of year, but for those grieving the death or terminal illness of a loved one, the strain is often much greater.
DES MOINES – Two new awards that honor historical research, archaeology and historic preservation highlight the State Historical Society of Iowa’s call for Excellence in History Awards and board nominations this year.
IOWA — Iowans who want to be prepared in the event they encounter someone experiencing an opioid overdose can now obtain free naloxone (Narcan nasal spray) through the statewide Tele-Naloxone Project.
OSKALOOSA — Newly-elected school board members Charlie Comfort and Shawn Moyer officially joined the Oskaloosa Community School District Board of Directors on Tuesday, Dec. 10.
Families came out to the Holly Jolly Festival at Penn Central Mall to burn of some energy before the evening’s Lighted Christmas Parade. Inflatables, crafts, games, live music and a visit with Santa rounded out the evening.
OSKALOOSA – The Mahaska County Sheriffs Department just wrapped up No-Shave November and it was one for the books.
IOWA — The Iowa Department of Transportation is requesting public input on the proposed improvements to Iowa 21 from Iowa 149 to 1st Street in Delta, and the proposed off-site detour in Keokuk County.
OSKALOOSA – Nelson Pioneer Farm and Museum is hosting a World War II Christmas themed event on Sunday, Dec.8 in Bradbury Hall from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
MAHASKA COUNTY – The Golden Goose Club sponsored a gala on Dec. 3 to celebrate its members and highlight all the great projects the group has supported since its formation in 2016.
OSKALOOSA — Professors at William Penn from different departments have joined forces to provide students with a one of a kind learning experience regarding the ‘92 Los Angeles Riots.
MAHASKA COUNTY — All the documentation paperwork for the Mahaska County portion Dakota Access Pipeline has been officially turned over to the Mahaska County Board of Supervisors.
A judge went against a sentencing recommendation included in a plea agreement in a child endangerment case involving the death of an 11-month-old child in Centerville earlier this year.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Agriculture Office of Partnerships and Public Engagement announced fellowship opportunities to connect USDA resources with faculty and staff at Hispanic Serving Institutions, 1994 Tribal Colleges and Universities, and 1890 Land-Grant Universities.
PELLA — Thunder Creek Equipment and its parent company, LDJ Manufacturing, today announced that Brad Jungling has been appointed as the company’s newest president. Jungling joins Thunder Creek and LDJ from Pella Corporation, the Iowa-based building products manufacturer.
MAHASKA COUNTY — Community members with a passion for natural resources, conservation and history recently attended the Resource Enhancement and Protection assembly.
OSKALOOSA – The Veterans of Foreign War of the United States Auxiliary Post 2237 sponsored the Annual Holly Jolly Fest at Penn Central Mall Nov. 30 and it was a real treat.
OSKALOOSA – The Mahaska Chamber and Development Group met for the first time as one entity during a social mixer on Nov. 21 to introduce their business plan and goals for year 2020.
AMES — Midwesterners wanting to add edible diversity to their woodlands or to their backyards may want to consider the benefits of growing Chinese chestnut trees.
IOWA — You can buy almost anything online. More than 500 million items are for sale on Amazon alone. Unfortunately, too many of those goods are no good; they’re counterfeit.
OSKALOOSA —The trailhead shelter near Gateway Drive has a newly paved, graded and seeded parking area, thanks to the efforts of community members and organizations, including Oskaloosa Rotary, Musco and Carl Drost.
- Lost ring found in safe hands
- Mahaska County Sheriffs Office wraps up another successful 'No Shave November' fundraiser
- Ottumwa man arrested after chase
- Oskaloosa Police logs
- 2019 Christmas Tour of Homes
- At-risk program presented to school board
- Iowa to launch rape kit tracking system next summer
- Indians win big at home against Centerville
- Southeast Iowa Fishing Report
- Freshman boys defeat Centerville