The Moore Family Foundation has provided significant support to the college over the years. Since 2013, Central faculty have received $564,059 in funding from the Moore Family Foundation Development Program for Teaching.
Governor Kim Reynolds and the Iowa Governor's STEM Advisory Council selected the program as one of 22 statewide recipients focused on STEM
Walk down the illuminated path at the church and experience art installations that explore how the Light shines through the darkness. The church is located at 1506 S Attica Road in Knoxville.
OSKALOOSA — The Oskaloosa School Board voted to approve Phase II of the Oskaloosa High School Renovation Project, which will improve several areas of the Oskaloosa High School building.
Kleven will continue his work to complete a critical Arabic edition and an English translation of several treatises of Alfarabi on scientific method
Amy Dietrich Eilers and Chad Huyser were elected as new members, beginning their terms July 1. Board members provide vision for Central's future and typically meet on campus twice each year.
AMES — Dusty Guitar Promotions is proud to announce that country music superstar Gary Allan will perform at Stephens Auditorium, managed by VenuWorks, on October 1 at 8 p.m.
OSKALOOSA — The Mahaska County Board of Supervisors approved a contract to allow allocations from the county to the Grant Senior Center.
A Japanese dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. for $15, and a cash bar will be available. The presentation will begin at 6 p.m. Membership in Central RED is required to attend.
The discussion featured author Matthew Soerens, who is the U.S. director of church mobilization for World Relief and national coordinator at the Evangelical Immigration Table.
The agreement will allow Central seniors to apply for admission to the Tippie graduate program provided they meet certain requirements for GPA and course completion.
During the special meeting, no formal action was taken. However, the council will make a decision in renovating or expanding the Community Center during a future meeting.
Starting next week, Iowa public health officials will update COVID-19 data in the state on a weekly basis, as opposed to the current method of several times a day.
DES MOINES — One of the two women who damaged portions of the Dakota Access Pipeline has been sentenced to prison and ordered to pay nearly $3.2 million in restitution.
PELLA — Several people spoke out against Pella City Council during an open forum regarding the swimming attire of a transgender patron at the Pella Aquatic Center.
SIOUX CITY -- Republican U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley on Wednesday said he hasn't made up his mind on whether he would support a nearly $1 billion bipartisan infrastructure bill.
PELLA — In 2009, Wayland native and Iowa State graduate Brian Meyer acquired his first SERVPRO franchise in the Iowa City/Coralville area. Since then, he has opened locations serving communities across the state, including Ottumwa, Des Moines and most recently, Pella.
Iowa State Patrol troopers, who stop more than 150,000 motorists a year, provide security at the state Capitol and staff high-profile events including RAGBRAI, don’t wear body cameras.
DES MOINES — A Polk County judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Jason Carter against the lead investigating agent that pursued charges against him for his mother’s murder.
OTTUMWA — Law enforcement officials in two counties responded to a stolen vehicle in which two occupants were apprehended quickly and another fled on foot Wednesday evening.
Chicago-based artist Michael Ferrarell has created a mural honoring the musical history of the town, utilizing different colors and imagery to portray Oskaloosa’s culture.
The resignation comes about five days after a public Facebook post by former Oskaloosa High School student Isabella Ruggles that said she was the subject of an unwanted sexual advance by Jenkins.
OTTUMWA — As Wapello County looks to perhaps sell the bioprocessing center in Eddyville in the future, the board of supervisors were made aware of the need for some tender-loving care to the facility.
OTTUMWA — A few years ago, someone asked Jesse Bolinger if he ever thought about flying a plane. Despite his interest, there was one issue standing in his way: Bolinger is legally blind.
ALBIA — An office worker for Monroe County Agricultural Extension pocketed more than $80,000 in a three-year period, according to a new report by the state auditor’s office.
PELLA — Kading will begin showing townhomes at View Pointe Condominiums, located near West 16th Street this month. By July, Kading expects residents to move into some of its 92 new townhomes.
PELLA — The Pella City Council held a public hearing over two infrastructure projects during their Tuesday night meeting, approving contracts for 250th Avenue and a local airport.
PELLA — Peter, Mary Magdalene, Lazarus, Pontius Pilate—the life of Jesus Christ was peopled by fascinating men and women whose stories have long inspired writers and artists.
ALBIA — Arguments were heard Friday in a case that has pitted Monroe County against one of its citizens over the question of whether guns can be prohibited in the county's courthouse.
According to a press release from the library, the historical marker was installed in March of 2020. However, the unveiling ceremony was postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions at the time.
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