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Admission to see Oskaloosa's softball team isn't the only thing on sale this summer. Earlier this week Superintendent Russ Rieter announced the district is selling off portions of the original high school gym floor.
The Environmental Learning Center is inching closer to begin construction. But it needs help from the county.
Republican Presidential hopeful Donald Trump will not be stopping by Oskaloosa this weekend.
Despite a delay in starting construction, Taco Bell is still planning on opening its doors in Oskaloosa.
The Lacey Recreation Complex continues to add features to the facility.
Oskaloosa High's softball team is the top program among all class 4A state schools, according to recent rankings from the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union.
The Oskaloosa Schools Superintendent will be sticking around for at least another year.
Another Republican presidential hopeful may also start making his rounds here in Iowa.
Mahaska County is looking at building a new YMCA facility. The "Y" is currently undergoing an assessment process to determine what kind of facility should be built.
Mahaska County hasn't been immune to the Avian Flu and it's wide spread affects.
The Mahaska County YMCA is seeking financial support from the county for its proposed new facility.
Oskaloosa's Forest Cemetery will receive additional funding from the city.
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New affordable housing is taking form on the westside of Oskaloosa. Last spring construction crews broke ground on the 48-unit apartment complex that will be a new sight for sore eyes.
Those who raise chickens at home or for show also have fewer opportunities to take their animals out in public.