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There's a new addition to the Oskaloosa School Board. This week, the school district held a special election to fill an open spot in District One.
The Oskaloosa Community School District is holding it's third annual showcase of Project Based Learning, or better known as PBL, on Monday, January 16.
Residents are saying goodbye to an Osklaloosa frozen favorite. Mango Tree frozen yogurt shop closed permanently in late December.
A Youth Mentoring Program might soon be starting up in Oskaloosa. A group made up of community members is leading a Youth Mentoring Forum on Thursday, Feb. 2 at the George Daily Auditorium.
An Oskaloosa hotel has changed name and ownership. Comfort Inn has now become EverSpring Inn & Suites, after the location was purchased by Blue Sage Hospitality.
Drivers that may have pulled over to gas up in December of last year may have left something behind, their credit or debit card information.
William Penn Men's Basketball Head Coach John Henry accomplished something no other coach has ever done while leading the navy and gold: He earned career win 320.
A group of local volunteers will visit capitol hill in Des Moines next week to receive some well deserved statewide recognition for their cleanup efforts in downtown Oskaloosa.
A Special Election is being held today (Tuesday, January 10th) to fill a vacancy on the Oskaloosa School Board.
The Exhale Project is partnering up with Crisis Intervention Services in Oskaloosa to provide a safe place for victims and survivors of abuse to heal through yoga.
The 2017 spring semester began this week for William Penn University students, but a small, contained chemical fire in the school's cafeteria kitchen gave an awkward start to the year.
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Sticking with Statesmen news, a former Penn football standout recently received a prestigious recognition. Damon Harrison was named to the Associated Press' NFL All-Pro Team as one of two interior linemen selected.
As we inch closer to the new year, a program aimed at identifying and aiding Mahaska County inmates with metal health illnesses, substance abuse, or both, is on the horizon.
With more snow in the forecast and temperatures expected to stay below freezing this weekend it's important for Oskaloosa residents to remember to drive slow and be alert during the winter months.