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The Lacey Recreation Complex continues to add features to the facility.
The new additions to the Lacey Stadium won't be a new look for locals only.
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At a recent city council meeting city manager Michael Schrock looked into the feasibility of extending sidewalks along Highway 92 West.
Mahaska County hasn't been immune to the Avian Flu and it's wide spread affects.
Oskaloosa's downtown square will once again host the 47th edition of Main Street's Art on the Square.
The Oskaloosa Bark Park is now open to the public. But the next step in the process is transferring it over to the city.
Hope you're hungry to help, Mango Tree dessert shop is almost open in Osklaoosa. The business gives residents volunteer opportunities to help those near and far.
Changes are coming for the Mahaska County YMCA. But what will change exactly still remains to be seen.
Those who raise chickens at home or for show also have fewer opportunities to take their animals out in public.
The George Daily Auditorium is hosting its annual "Summer YOUtheater" Camp that began on Monday. Every week is a new adventure with programs including sci-fi, pirates, ninjas, musicals, and many more.
The Oskaloosa Police Department needs your help finding a burglar suspect.
The Oskaloosa City Council recently approved a raise for City Manager Michael Schrock.
Improvements to Oskaloosa's Fire Station are on the way. City council members recently received an update from Rohrbach and Associates, the architects behind the design.