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The Iowa Legislature recently approved major changes to collective bargaining laws. That encompasses state public workers that are part of a union, including teachers here in Osky.
Starting in April, Mahaska County Sheriff deputies will begin patrolling the county 24/7.
WP women's golf is back in full swing after holding spring training and its annual Blue-Gold Exhibition earlier this month.
The last guest speaker for the 2016-2017 Leaders Speak Series will be presenting on Tuesday, April 11th at 6 p.m. in the Musco Technology Center on William Penn's campus.
Mahaska County's request to drop out of the regional airport 28E agreement was denied again this week. Oskaloosa's City Council unanimously voted against allowing Mahaska County to leave the agreement that includes Oskaloosa, Pella and Mahaska.
William Penn men's basketball accomplished something it had never done in program history. Its first semi-final appearance in the NAIA Division 1 Men's Basketball National Tournament.
JCPenney announced late last week that it'll be closing 138 stores across the country.
The drought ended for the William Penn women's basketball team this month.
Oskaloosa's mayor is slated to receive a pay increase starting next January.
Oskaloosa will soon have a rental housing inspection program. This week, the Osky City Council passed a resolution on a 5-2 vote to implement the program.
The Mahaska County Board of Supervisors are still looking for a way out of the 28E agreement with the cities of Oskaloosa and Pella to build a regional airport.
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The navy and gold seniors aren't the only ones hanging things up at Penn.
This week the Mahaska County Supervisors passed a motion 2-to-1 to appoint outside attorney Daniel J. Gonnerman to handle all legal regional airport matters.
This week the former Director of the Stephen Memorial Animal Shelter, Lindsey Sime resigned. The resignation comes a week-and-half after a guilty plea had been reached.