Oskaloosa is five weeks away from hosting the Register's Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa. Ragbrai officials say the world's largest bicycling tour should bring an estimated 15,000 people to town. They will hale from all 50 states and 17 foreign countries.
Oskaloosa and other surrounding communities are invited to a recognition ceremony Thursday at William Penn University. Residents can join Penn faculty, staff, and students in congratulating the Statesmen basketball team
Coming off a big win against Norwalk, the Oskaloosa High School football team will hit the road looking for its fourth straight win. The Indians (3-2) will travel to take on Keokuk (2-3) at 7:30 p.m. tonight (Oct. 4).
Head William Penn Men's Basketball Coach John Henry is this year's recipient of the Paul Maaske Memorial Award. It is an honor given annually by the Iowa Basketball Coaches Association to the top non-Division I coach.
It's been an exciting year for William Penn Men's Basketball. The #1 seed had its sights set on the NAIA Division II National Championship after crushing Grace 79 to 58 on Monday. Penn had to put that game behind them as
Members of Oskaloosa's RAGBRI Committee are busy gearing up for the statewide cycling event. RAGBRAI stands for the Register's Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa. Tuesday RAGBRI officials from Des Moines stopped through Oskaloosa to discuss specifics
The Statesmen basketball team received a warm welcome back to Oskaloosa Wednesday after spending a week in Missouri. The men made it to the championship round of the NAIA Division II National Tournament but Penn ran out of gas.