Wednesday's County Supervisors meeting was the first for the newly elected Mike Vander Molen. CRI sat down with Vander Molen to find out the direction the board is heading and how's he's prepared for the job.
For a second night in a row, a candidate was chosen to represent their party in the upcoming special election. This election will decide who will fill the supervisor seat that is left vacant after Ken Rozenboom’s resignation takes effect January 11th, 2013.
Local Kiwanis have served the Oskaloosa community for nearly a century and now a new generation has a chance to chip in. The organization has a family of clubs such as adult, college students, or individuals with disabilities. And now
There will be an empty seat on the County Board of Supervisors when current supervisor Ken Rozenboom heads to Des Moines to take his place in the State Senate. Local political parties met this week to choose who they'd like to see take his place.
The Oskaloosa City Council met with an architectural design firm Monday to talk about possible improvements to the Oskaloosa Fire Station. The city will have to decide whether adding onto the current fire station or building a new free-standing structure would be the best option to house the fire department's equipment and give firefighters a place to work and train.
And even more good news for farmers was the extension of the Farm Bill. The expiration of the farm bill would have meant cuts to farmer subsidies and a lot of uncertainty as farmer's plan for next year's crop. CRI's Aaron Riggs explains what the extension means not just for farmers, but for all of us.
Financial planners and certified public accountants in Oskaloosa have been fielding calls from clients all week about the so-called "fiscal cliff". That term refers to what could have happened to taxes and government spending if