United States Attorney Nicholas A. Klinefeldt announced on Friday (Sep. 20) that the last of three Iowa restaurant owners, and operators, have been sentenced for harboring undocumented immigrants, and for filing false statements on the restaurant’s tax returns. The restaurants did not list the undocumented immigrants as employees.
A new business may be coming to Oskaloosa, but for that to happen Oskaloosa's City Council must amend the it's zoning ordinance. The zoning ordinance is city law that says what can and can't be built in certain areas of town. The purpose of zoning is to protect neighborhoods. For example, by preventing an industry or business to set up shop on a quiet residential street. The zoning discussion got council members talking this week.
This Saturday, Nelson Pioneer Farm and Museum is hosting its 48th annual fall festival. Last year the event attracted about 500 people and this year the museum's new curator hopes to make that 700. Here's a preview of what the festivities include.
A fire that closed a popular downtown restaurant earlier this month left customers wondering... Would it ever open again? This Week, Mi Ranchito owner Juan Ayala told CRI that his business will re-open, but at a new location.
The search is on for a new executive director for the Oskaloosa Area Chamber and Development Group. With 76 year Jon Sullivan handing over the reigns after 8 years of service it is now somebody job to steer the ship.
After coming up short last week against St. Francis, William Penn football is looking to get back on track when it takes on Division II-Truman State from Missouri. The Statesmen will hit the road on Saturday hoping to avenge its first defeat of the year.