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The Oskaloosa City Council unanimously approved the second reading to increase sanitary and sewer rates by 25 percent this past week.
While many city and county projects are on the table local leaders in Oskaloosa are gearing up for another round of Eggs and Issues.
Oskaloosa will soon be paying more for water and sewer services.
This month the city launched a website aimed at tracking and sharing the progress of the environmental assessment connected to the Brownfields Project.
Thirteen local nonprofits are getting a hand up this year thanks to the efforts of the United Way of Mahaska County during its annual campaign. The local civic group raised roughly $340,000 last fall.
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William Penn men's basketball will try to claim a share of the regular season conference title on Senior Day this weekend.
The Oskaloosa City Council unanimously approved ballot language for the extension of its local option sales tax (LOST) on Tuesday night.
Oskaloosa is on the lookout for a new varsity football head coach.
The Oskaloosa School District might receive less funding for the upcoming academic school year.
The season has come to an end for both the Oskaloosa boys and girls varsity basketball squads.
The Oskaloosa High School is switching its schedule for the upcoming school year.
William Penn's women's basketball squad earned a gritty win over Culver-Stockton on Wednesday night.
As the Penn basketball teams round out their final five regular season games, before the conference tournament that may lead to national tournament implications;