Each week, Publisher Deb selects mugs (“let’s talk about that over coffee,”) and hugs (“that’s wonderful; well done!)
Thank you all for your prayers and notes of encouragement. As most of you know, I had major surgery to remove thirty inches of my colon last week and I’m recovering and feeling great.
The 2020 elections will be a historic event in so many ways. President Donald Trump is one of the most unusual and controversial incumbents in U.S. history. The Democratic Party spawned the largest and most diverse field of candidates ever seen in an American race, outdoing even the 2016 GOP…
Since 1983, communities nationwide have gathered on the third Monday of January to commemorate the legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
There’s more to beach sand than meets the eye. It has stories to tell about the land, and an epic journey to the sea. That’s because mountains end their lives as sand on beaches.
“In the bleak mid-winter” of Christina Rossetti’s 1872 poem, Salvation Army bells and tinnitus warring for headspace, I am haunted by those who did not get to see December cast its chill upon the northern latitudes once more.
The Division of Health and Life Sciences (HLS) at William Penn University is home to a rather eclectic group of majors – BS in Biology, BS in Exercise Science, BA in Sport Management, and BA in Wellness & Recreation.
Since 1973, the mission of Mahaska County Agency on Aging has been to serve those who have made the community what it is today by vowing to provide senior citizens a source of balanced nutrition and to promote their well-being.
Whenever a friend or relative dies, it’s not unusual to find ourselves dwelling on the conversations we wish had occurred or the questions that never got asked.
THE GOOD LIAR: Movies are comprised of many elements, one of which is achieving peak performances from the cast. You’ll rarely see better acting than in director Bill Condon’s “The Good Liar,” which has a multi-layered screenplay by Jeffrey Hatcher and is based on a novel by Nicholas Searle.
Blood may seem like it’s all the same, just a red liquid. But if you look at a drop of your own blood under a microscope, you would see objects floating in it that look like balls and doughnuts.
Go outside right now. What’s the farthest thing you can see? A tree? A bird? What about the Moon? It’s 250,000 miles away. The Sun is 400 times farther than that, at nearly 100 million miles (but don’t look right at it).
As families gather together this holiday season, the lucky ones will avoid impassioned discussions about religion and politics. But another argument is almost inevitable: white meat versus dark meat.
- City council vote in favor of submitting a request to Iowa DOT for a lane reduction on A Avenue
- Kidney donation strengthens bonds
- Kelly pleads guilty; agrees to testify
- Historical: Mahaska jail may house federal prisoners
- Oskaloosa man charged with attempted murder
- Oskaloosa police logs
- Former Second Lady of the United States visits Oskaloosa
- Supervisors seek court clarification regarding funding 911
- Audit report for SCRAA released by accountants
- William Penn's political solicitation policy
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