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.
- Authorities arrest suspect, identify victim, in Pella homicide
- Shirley Carter case to be highlighted in A&E series
- Mahaska County care center confirms COVID-19 cases
- Pella man faces multiple charges after making threats with gun
- Marion County: Eight new positive COVID-19 cases reported in 24-hour period
- Police involved in high-speed chase
- New trial date for an Oskaloosa man being charged in the death of Ashley Shafer
- Oskaloosa police logs
- Oskaloosa girl sets up lemonade stand to help her father fight cancer
- Knoxville man gets five years for Pella burglary