LACEY STATE PARK — John Fletcher Lacey is a familiar name in the Mahaska County area.
Oskaloosa — William Penn University held its annual fall President’s Convocation Thursday at George Daily Auditorium, all part of the official start to the new school year.
MAHASKA COUNTY — Volunteers Sandra Stewart, Kathleen Rempe, Carolyn Poe and Elaine Bandstra were recognized at the at the 2019 Iowa Governor’s Volunteer Awards on Aug. 21 at the Bridgeview Center in Ottumwa for their combined 70 years of service to Mahaska Health.
OSKALOOSA — This year’s Day of Caring for the United Way of Mahaska County took place on Wednesday and was 140 volunteers strong.
OSKALOOSA — After stripping away a layer of rubber from the community stadium track, it turns out the asphalt below was not in as bad shape as feared.
IOWA —In an on-going effort to build future leadership for both the Iowa cattle industry and the Iowa Cattlemen’s Association, ICA is taking applications for the 2020 Young Cattlemen’s Leadership Program.
IOWA — The Governor’s Office of Drug Control Policy (ODCP) announced today it is now accepting applications for Innovative Programs through the Byrne-Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) program.
DES MOINES — Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller released the following statement on a bipartisan investigation of tech giant Google’s business practices related to state and federal antitrust laws:
OSKALOOSA — Sunny skies greeted the residents of Fremont early this past Saturday, which turned out to be the perfect backdrop for the beach party-themed Fremont Days.
DES MOINES — Des Moines Area Community College President Rob Denson recently released the names of students eligible for the Summer Semester Dean’s List. To be eligible, a student must have completed a minimum of six credits and earned a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point average for that semester
The Great Prairie Area Education Agency will be accepting Statement of Candidacy submissions for the election of five (5) AEA Board members in October 2019. The five Board positions open for election are:
MAHASKA COUNTY — Mahaska County Auditor Susan Brown addresses last-minute concerns for absentee voters and concerns for voters who go to the polls on election day. A temporary change in voting location for voters in the North Mahaska School District is also announced.
OSKALOOSA — A record number of students have enrolled for the fall term at William Penn University. 1,009 students to be exact, and all of them are eager to explore the campus and the community.
AMES – September is National Preparedness Month according to Ready.gov, a public service campaign of the Department of Homeland Security. The site encourages citizens to stay informed about different types of emergencies and how to respond to them, make a family emergency plan, and build an …
DES MOINES — For the first time in a year, there are areas of Iowa where groundwater conditions are beginning to show stress, according to the latest Water Summary Update.
GRINNELL — For the first time, Grinnell Mutual is sponsoring a farm safety academy specifically for students and is expecting nearly 100 students from four area Future Farmers of America (FFA) clubs to attend.
PELLA — Lely International and Lely North America are pleased to announce that Chad Huyser has been named Regional Director, Lely International and President, Lely North America.
EDDYVILLE — On Friday August 30, a team from Cargill Corn Milling in Eddyville Iowa took a fleet of canoes and kayaks and floated the stretch from Eveland Access to Hardfish Access near Eddyville.
DES MOINES – Gabriella Ferguson of New Sharon, IA was awarded the $6,500 Bruce Rastetter Biorenewable Resources Scholarship through the Iowa Foundation for Agricultural Advancement (IFAA) during the Iowa State Fair Sale of Champions on Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019.
Temperatures are starting to cool as fall sports are heating up and the Lacey Recreation Complex is active with the results! William Penn Women and Men’s teams and Mahaska Co Soccer Club have begun their soccer season. USSSA is gearing up for fall tournaments. Fall Ball Baseball has begun pl…
MAHASKA COUNTY — In June, Mahaska County 4-H members, Grace Marshall and Charlize DeArmond learned about political processes in the vibrant, living classroom of the nation’s capital as part of Citizenship Washington Focus, an intensive 4-H civic engagement program for high-school youth held …
OTTUMWA — Indian Hills Community College has released the names of the students who were on the college’s academic honor roll for the 2019 Summer Term. To be included on the honor roll an IHCC student must be enrolled full-time and have a grade point average for the term of 3.5 or higher on …
- Oskaloosa man killed in accident
- Oskaloosa Police logs
- Shelter confident in parvo prevention, treatment
- Indians cruise past Trojans
- Mahaska Habitat for Humanity relies on volunteers
- Fremont Days celebrates with beach party theme
- Bust of John F. Lacey is on display at Lacey State Park
- Mahaska Health volunteers receive recognition at 2019 Governor’s Volunteer Awards
- Having fun with PBIS at school assembly
- Coffee with George comes to Smokey Row