When Oskaloosa made the trek to Pella for its Class 3A, District 8 game, the Indians and their fans had to deal with more than just the Dutch. Friday night's game lasted longer than expected after severe storms
William Penn University’s student-run radio station, 88.7 KIGC-FM, is back on the airwaves after an extended summer vacation. The station is looking for DJs after undergoing extensive changes such as format shifts, equipment upgrades, and a new staff.
The annual coat drive in Oskaloosa will look a little different this year. New Hope Community Center is running the drive, taking over for the United Way. CRI stopped by New Hope to see what the change will mean to those in need as the temperatures drop.
The Oskaloosa Public Library took a trip back in time Tuesday evening as it held a Tea & Talk book discussion. Residents came out in costume to talk about the book Lady Almina and The Real Downton Abbey.
The Oskaloosa City Council approved the purchase of a new $141,572 dump truck. Mayor Dave Krutzfedlt said at Monday's meeting that the truck will allow staff to better haul equipment and make repairs around the city.