OSKALOOSA — State Sen. Ken Rozenboom, a Republican, emphatically denied allegations he belittled and name-called young constituents in emails, a charge levied by Democratic challenger Lance Roorda Thursday at a forum.
PELLA -- The Historic Pella Trust recently received a $4,500 grant from the 3M Foundation to help fund the Tuttle Learning Walk project.
PELLA — Seasonal influenza vaccination appointments can now be made at Pella Regional medical clinics located in Bussey, Knoxville, Ottumwa, Pella, Prairie City and Sully.
September is Library Card Sign-up Month, a time when the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries nationwide join together to remind parents, caregivers and students that signing up for a library card is the first step towards academic achievement and lifelong learning.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — The murderer of a local couple closely tied to the Ottumwa, Oskaloosa and Pella communities was executed by the federal goverment Thursday evening.
OSKALOOSA — Legal fights, public safety, the regional airport, and more were on the table Wednesday as the four vying for two seats on the Mahaska County Board of Supervisors debated.
Awards totaling $8.8 million were announced for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) projects in 21 communities across the state, including $500,000 for wastewater plant improvements in Melcher-Dallas.
Most school districts in both Mahaska and Marion County have been transparent when it comes to letting the public know about COVID-19 cases in classrooms.
OSKALOOSA — The number of confirmed cases of the COVID-19 disease in Mahaska County increased by nearly 7% in one day, according to new state data.
DES MOINES — Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate has presented the Carrie Chapman Catt Award to two Iowa high schools, including Pella Christian High School.
Dutch Greeters welcome the Pella Convention and Visitors Bureau to the PACE Alliance with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The bureau is a destination marketing organization that promotes the Pella area as a tourism destination.
DES MOINES — Gov. Kim Reynolds has announced awards to 65 applicants for the Coronavirus Relief Fund Employer Innovation Fund Grant, including organizations in Mahaska and Marion County.
Pella High School crowned their 2020 Homecoming king and queen earlier this week. Annika Boonstra was crowned queen, and Cole DeWaard was crowned king. Pictured seated from left to right are Homecoming Court Izaak LaHue, Camille Doty, DeWaard, Boonstra, Natalie Boll, and Ryan Mace. Pictured …
KNOXVILLE — New rules surrounding camping during Knoxville Nationals have been established by the Knoxville City Council.
It’s always important for members of Agri-Power FFA to keep accurate SAE records and continue to work with their projects. This year, EBF FFA had several members exhibit at six area county fairs.
OSKALOOSA — Two Democratic candidates running for Mahaska County Supervisor and one running for state senate made appearances at a public gathering at Edmundson Park Rotary Shelter Friday night to introduce themselves and outline their campaign goals
BRANSON, Mo. — The Braschler Family Gospel Reunion Show on Sept. 13 in Branson, Mo. marked the end of one of the longest runs for a Branson show.
PELLA — The Pella Public Library will offer the program “From the Iowa Caucuses to the White House,” presented by Andrew D. Green, a professor of political science at Central College.
OSKALOOSA — The year 2020, to say the least, has been a challenge. For Mahaska County’s homeless and near-homeless, the year has become an uphill trudge.
DES MOINES — The Great Iowa Treasure Hunt is preparing to release its fall publication of names, and State Treasurer Michael Fitzgerald has prepared a Top 10 list of unclaimed properties in Marion County.
PELLA — Central College will welcome the works of alum Ryan Bredlau to the Mills Gallery in the Lubbers Center for the Visual Arts from Sept. 25 to Oct. 16. His exhibit is titled "Celestial Entities."
OSKALOOSA — It’s homecoming season at the Oskaloosa High School! To help celebrate this year, student council and faculty at OHS have come up with ways to have homecoming be fun yet safe at the same time.
OSKALOOSA — An attempt by the Mahaska County Board of Supervisors to have a court reconsider an adverse 2018 ruling was denied by a judge Monday.
KNOXVILLE — There were a dozen new cases of the COVID-19 disease reported in Marion County Thursday, with the state reporting 230 active cases in the county.
PELLA — Katherine Nesbit, assistant professor of English at Central College, has been awarded a Bibliographical Society of America Fellowship to help fund a one-month research trip to archives in England containing early talking books.
RURAL EDDYVILLE — A search warrant turned up marijuana, marijuana plants, methamphetamine, firearms, explosive devices and paraphernalia on Monday, local law enforcement said.
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Carolyn Ringelestein, age 97, of Oskaloosa, passed away on Thursday, September 24, 2020 at the Oskaloosa Care Center in Oskaloosa, Iowa. Funeral services and burial will be held Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at 1:00 pm in the Cedar Christian Reformed Church in Cedar with Reverend John Ritsema …
- Killer of local couple executed
- Democratic candidates stump in Oskaloosa
- Mahaska adds 25 new COVID-19 cases; 17 in Marion
- Marion County sees fifth COVID-19 death
- Mahaska adds 11 COVID-19 cases, Marion 7
- Court dismisses landowners' suit against airport
- KCSD's lack of COVID-19 data causes controversy
- Marion adds 13 disease cases; 6 in Mahaska
- Roorda, Rozenboom spar over email allegations
- UPDATED: Court rules against county in airport suit
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