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Celebrity Chef Mark Anthony is bringing his talents to Oskaloosa next week. Anthony is planning to cook up a healthy dinner, create food art, and give tips on healthy cooking options.
Another project is pumping its breaks and holding off on its plans.
It's been a long time coming, but the Stephen Memorial Animal Shelter is now one step closer to building its new facility.
If you're looking for something to do this fourth of July weekend here are a couple activities that will be going on around the community.
The Oskaloosa School District continues to make changes to address behavioral issues at the Osky Elementary.
The Oskaloosa Middle School recently installed solar panels on its roof. But the new installation will provide a lot more than just a new source of energy.
The downtown alleyway beautification project is just weeks away from its official unveiling.
The Oskaloosa Water Department is making the switch to a monthly billing system.
Mahaska Bottling received a visit this past week and showed off what will soon launch as the company's craft beer brewery.
The first year of the Take Along Weekend Food Program has come to an end, meaning organizers, volunteers and the United Way of Mahaska County are beginning to gear up for round two.
The "Christmas in July" event is set for Saturday, July 16th on the square.
In the middle of the month, Oskaloosa will see it's first Parklet pop up outside the front of Hunter's Café. What's a Parklet, you ask?
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The downtown area will certainly be poppin' this July with an onslaught of more family fun events. On July 23rd and 24th, Celebrate Oskaloosa Days will take over the square.