ORANGE CITY — Jeremiah Mitchell and Maverick Risley, students at Northwestern College in Orange City, have earned a spot on the Academic Dean’s List for the spring 2020 semester.
PELLA — Dirt is flying as ATI Group begins the process of constructing the new Prairie Ridge Development to address the need for workforce housing in Pella.
PELLA — Central College's annual Writing Anthology, a collection of exceptional student work from across the liberal arts curriculum, has been released for the 2019-20 academic year.
The Ironside Axe Company hosted last week's Thankful Thursday event. Brittany Sword performed music and participants got to participate in an axe throwing activity.
CEDAR FALLS — The Iowa Governor’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Advisory Council matched 50 teachers from schools throughout Iowa with local STEM workplaces for the 12th year of its Iowa STEM Teacher Externship program.
KNOXVILLE -- Raceway Tire & Exhaust celebrated the completion of their new facility on July 9 with a ribbon cutting hosted by the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce.
OSKALOOSA — William Penn University announced the following students from Oskaloosa have received recognition for the Dean’s List and President’s List during the spring 2020 semester.
PELLA — Champion Race Promotions and the Pella Area Community & Economic Alliance are seeking drivers and car owners of all ages to display their racecars at Thursdays in Pella: Life in the Fast Lane.
DES MOINES — U.S. Attorney Marc Krickbaum and Acting Special Agent in Charge Adam Steiner, IRS Criminal Investigation, St. Louis Field Office, are reminding taxpayers that the tax filing and payment deadline is July 15, 2020, and to continue to be on the lookout for scam artists.
OSKALOOSA — The following Pella students received recognition for the Dean’s List and President’s List during the spring 2020 semester at William Penn University.
PELLA, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa woman accused of fatally stabbing her husband’s girlfriend has pleaded not guilty to a charge of first-degree murder.
DES MOINES — Bank Iowa’s 270+ employees are celebrating the life and achievements of the bank’s co-founder Harry Barr, who passed away July 1, 2020, at the age of 84.
OSKALOOSA — Jessica Reuter, a born and raised Oskaloosan, is excited to return to her hometown and step into the role of Main Street Director—bringing with her a strong, versatile background in marketing and a passion for small town tourism, arts and culture, and historic preservation.
Friends of Mahaska County Conservation will be collecting plastic shopping/grocery bags for recycling on Saturday, July 18 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Oskaloosa Fareway parking lot.
PELLA — High offers for service costs prompted city officials to delay and reject bids for access equipment and service drops for the Pella Fiber to the Premise project.
OSKALOOSA — A global pandemic isn’t stopping United Way of Mahaska County from providing essential supplies and resources local students need to succeed in the classroom.
KNOXVILLE — City officials continue to inch closer to implementing a rental inspection program in Knoxville, but not without push back from local landlords.
DES MOINES — Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) students from Knoxville and Pella have received scholarships from the DMACC Foundation for the summer semester.
AMES — More than 12,500 Iowa State University students have been recognized for outstanding academic achievement by being named to the spring semester 2020 Dean's List, including multiple students from Marion County.
AMES — More than 12,500 Iowa State University students have been recognized for outstanding academic achievement by being named to the spring semester 2020 Dean's List, including multiple Mahaska Count Students.
OSKALOOSA — Local stores are experiencing a shortage of blue lights as the community comes together to honor the life of Oskaloosa Police Officer Ian Barnhart, who died last month.
Marlene Maxwell, Mahaska County Master Gardener and Superintendent of the Open Floriculture and Horticulture Show, has a few suggestions and changes at the Southern Iowa Fair this year.
The Pella Area Community and Economic Alliance held their first Thursdays in Pella last week. The theme was 'Capes and Tiaras' with a visit from Princess Elsa and other family-friendly activities. The event was sponsored by PACE, Families First of Pella and Community 1st Credit Union.
- Possible COVID-19 exposure pauses Oskaloosa softball season
- SCRAA to negotiate additional land purchases
- Knoxville moves forward with rental inspection program
- Grassley sweeps through SE Iowa
- ATI Group breaks ground for Prairie Ridge Development
- United Way of Mahaska County to host drive-thru Back-to-School Fair
- Rural Iowa businesses help respond to COVID
- City officials delay, reject bids for Pella Fiber project
- Pella Christian’s Amelse signs with Northwestern College
- Pella students receive honors at William Penn University
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