Winter weather announcements for Monday, Jan. 25:
OSKALOOSA — As the state continues to shift its vaccination strategy and the country faces supply shortages, Iowa added another 1,319 cases of the coronavirus on Friday.
STORM LAKE — Five area students were named to the fall 2020 dean's list at Buena Vista University. The dean's list recognizes full-time students achieving a 3.5 grade point average or higher for the semester. Buena Vista University congratulates more than 500 students who were named to the f…
PELLA — Central College's Central RED Society will host "The Battle of Gettysburg" with Mark Barloon during a virtual event at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11.
PELLA — Central College students and faculty will honor the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and work with activities during the week of Jan. 18.
OSKALOOSA — The process for a new emergency communications system took another step forward with the approval of a bid for four towers to be erected around the county.
PELLA — Pella Christian High School has released their first semester honor roll. Students must have a GPA of 3.33 or above over the course of the semester to qualify.
CEDAR RAPIDS — Kirkwood Community College has released its Dean's List for the fall 2020 semester. These students have achieved a 3.3 grade point average or higher after completing 12 or more credit hours at the college.
OSKALOOSA — William Penn University began the spring 2021 semester this week with face-to-face instruction. Gateway testing for COVID-19 was required for all students prior to attending classes.
PELLA — Central College and its accounting faculty and students once again are offering free income tax preparation services for Marion County residents. This assistance is made possible through a grant from the Iowa Center for Economic Success.
PELLA — Walter Cannon, professor emeritus of English at Central College, has co-edited a new book titled “Shakespeare’s Auditory Worlds: Hearing and Staging Practices, Then and Now.”
DES MOINES — Tuesday's Condition of the State address by Gov. Kim Reynolds included proposals for big investments toward child care, rural broadband and mental health.
OSKALOOSA — The Iowa Department of Public Health reported 10 new deaths statewide on Wednesday, meaning 4,232 Iowans have confirmed deaths due to complications caused by the coronavirus.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Augustana University announced last week that Rebekah Fyfe, of Pella, has been named to the Dean's List for the fall semester of the 2020-21 academic year.
OSKALOOSA — As cases continue to rise, the Iowa Department of Public Health says the state has one of the highest vaccine administration rates in the country.
PELLA — Tulip Queen Alyssa Geetings and her court enjoyed a luncheon to honor 2020 Tulip Queen Hanna Kendall on Dec. 29. This luncheon is a time-honored tradition allowing the new queen and court to gain insight from the previous queen about her experiences.
OSKALOOSA — Another 13 Marion County residents have contacted the coronavirus, upping the county’s pandemic total to 2,900 as of Saturday morning.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds on Thursday strongly condemned the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump, calling for people to “dial down the rhetoric.”
Sunday marked the first day of Dave Loebsack's retirement after seven terms in the U.S. House. On Wednesday, he watched from home as protestors violently overtook the storied Capitol building.
OSKALOOSA — Another 61 deaths were reported from the coronavirus in Iowa Wednesday, pushing the state’s pandemic death toll beyond 4,000.
- One killed in Marion County head-on crash
- One more COVID-19 death in Mahaska
- Man dies in Wapello County crash
- Defense fuels Osky win over Washington
- Diers’ game-winner stuns No. 2 Des Moines Christian
- Mahaska Health welcomes first babies of 2021
- Oskaloosa Herald Male Athlete of the Week: Eric Mulder
- Tulip Time planned, but without parade
- State changes vaccine rollout plans
- County approves radio tower bids
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