Over the last week, COVID-19 has unmasked the faces of our neighbors and ourselves. It wasn’t always pretty.
On Wednesday, June 14, a lone gunman opened fire on members of the Republican Congressional charity baseball team, severely wounding Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise as well as three other people. The gunman later died at a hospital, leaving our nation to wonder what motive was behind the attack…
I have been here in town now for more than two weeks. It has been a lot of fun so far getting to know the staff here at the Oskaloosa Herald, as well as the two other newspapers I am tasked with supervising—the Pella Chronicle and the Knoxville Journal Express.
On Saturday I had the pleasure of being a part of the Mahaska County Relay for Life event. An American Cancer Society event, the relay raises money before, during and after the event to help with the fight against cancer.
Too many people don’t like the news media because of the conventional notion, advanced by our critics, that journalists are cavalier with the facts and report the news with bias.
This Week's Circulars
Don DeWitt Lacey. Don DeWitt passed away at Unity Point Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Moines on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at the age of 90 years, 3 months and 17 days. Due to the restrictions put in place by the Iowa Department of Public Health as an effort to protect our citizens from COVID …
- Mahaska County resident tests positive for COVID-19
- COVID-19 reported in second Mahaska County individual.
- 'Public should be confident'
- Athlete Profile: BRODY ALLMAN
- Oskaloosa residents are finding creative ways to cope with social distancing amid coronavirus pandemic
- School board forgives 97 hours of missed learning
- Mahaska Health begins in-car screenings
- Virtual Easter egg hunt and coloring contest
- In-car screenings at Mahaska Health
- COVID-19 hotline established for Mahaska County