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The William Penn football team was back on its home turf facing St. Xavier last Saturday. WP was trying to regain its momentum after having its four-game winning streak snapped the week before.
Mahaska County's economy is steadily growing. That's according to Andrew Jensen, the executive director of the Mahaska County Development Group.
Basketball season is right around the corner and the Statesmen are gearing up for another challenging season.
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The Indians (1-7) fell 49-13 to the Panthers (4-4) on Friday night at Lacey. Oskaloosa is mathematically eliminated from playoff aspirations.
William Penn University men's soccer tied Mount Mercy 1-1 in double overtime on Saturday night at Lacey. The Statesmen will take on this same Mount Mercy squad next Sunday at Lacey in the MCC Quarterfinals.
If creating jobs and helping the local economy is important to you, you have a chance to ask candidates for the Mahaska County Board of Supervisors if they have solutions.
Some area children are trading in their summer swim lessons for fall ones. The Mahaska County YMCA is offering free swim lessons for all third grade students living or attending school in the county.
Oskaloosa residents might soon see more bike lanes and bike racks around town.
Oskaloosa (1-6) visited Norwalk (4-3) this past week looking to end a two-game skid. But the Indians never got going and fell 38-13, thanks in large part to the Warriors’ air attack.
The William Penn University women's soccer squad (7-7-3) routed Mount Mercy (8-7-1) 3-0 on Saturday at Lacey. The Statesmen will now take on Grand View at home in the MCC Quarterfinals.
Mahaska Health Partnership recently upgraded its system of detecting breast cancer. This is just in time for October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Mahaska County residents also had a chance to learn more about House District 80 candidates at a recent legislative forum.
William Penn looked prime to get a big win over Saint Ambrose. But the Fighting Bees had something to say.
Oskaloosans might soon pay more for consumed gas and electricity. The council agreed to reconsider a franchise fee increase on a 6-1 vote this week.