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In the middle of the month, Oskaloosa will see it's first Parklet pop up outside the front of Hunters Café. What's a Parklet, you ask?
It's been a long time coming, but the Stephen Memorial Animal Shelter is now one step closer to building its new facility.
The Oskaloosa School District continues to make changes to address behavioral issues at the Osky Elementary.
The Oskaloosa Summer Lunch Program is back at it for the third straight year. And this time, it has a lot more locations.
From one volunteer effort to another, five county residents were recently honored with the Governor's Volunteer Award for their selfless endeavors in the community.
If you're looking for something to do this fourth of July weekend here are a couple activities that will be going on around the community.
Mahaska Bottling received a visit this past week and showed off what will soon launch as the company's craft beer brewery.
The first year of the Take Along Weekend Food Program has come to an end, meaning organizers, volunteers and the United Way of Mahaska County are beginning to gear up for round two.
Construction is moving along for the Oskaloosa's Fire Department Renovation and Expansion project.
The unofficial primary election results are in. Mark Groenendyk earned 56.21 percent of the vote to claim the Mahaska County Supervisor seat. Russell Van Renterghem earned 48.99 percent of the vote to claim the Mahaska County Sheriff slot.
The downtown alleyway beautification project is just weeks away from its official unveiling.
The Oskaloosa Water Department is making the switch to a monthly billing system.
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Another project is coming together downtown. Smokey Row Coffee House Company is hosting an amateur music talent contest in Oskaloosa planned for early July.
The Oskaloosa School District is making some changes to its special education programs at the elementary school.