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Oskaloosa might soon have better sidewalks and more bike lanes. This week, City Council approved a plan that focuses on making bicycling and walking easier around the community.
Penn's softball team also faced Grand View in Des Moines Wednesday and suppressed the Viking by pulling off back-to-back road wins over the #25 NAIA team.
Three William Penn former football players hope to impress pro scouts this weekend during the inaugural Globe Bowl.
For the second year in a row Oskaloosa's high school robotics team is heading to worlds in St. Louis. In late March the Sock Monkeys 4443 competed at the robotics super regional in Des Moines and punched their ticket to the championship.
Oskaloosa residents looking to get rid of large items or furniture better start getting ready. Osky's citywide clean-up is back for another year.
The "Bark Park", Oskaloosa's first and only dog park is nearing completion. The play area for pups is being built just south of the city pool at Edmundson Park.
Up, down, up, down. That's been the season for William Penn baseball.
Today (April 10) ends the debate over when classes in Iowa should begin. Governor Terry Branstad has been a proponent of a bill that will no longer allow schools to start classes before Aug. 23.
The New Hope Community Center, at the Old Jefferson Elementary school, recently received a $400 One Step Garden Grant from Hy-Vee.
William Penn University has chosen a new head coach to run its women's basketball program.
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For the third week in a row, Penn's women's golf squad put a scare on a top-ranked team. But for the third straight week, the No. 20 Statesmen came up just short.
The Oskaloosa School District still does not know how much additional funding it will receive next year. And that's problematic because the budget for next year is due soon.
The Stephen Memorial Animal Shelter is inching closer to starting the construction of its new building. But the organization is still waiting for some additional funding before giving it a go.
Tuesday, the annual Quaker Beane Lecture was held on William Penn's campus. This event is geared towards expressing the university's Quaker heritage. William Penn student reporter Titus Letzring.