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The Statesmen wrestlers were at home Wednesday night grappling to remain undefeated in duals after a long month on the road.
The jury found Alicia Ritenour guilty of first degree murder, and child endangerment resulting in death, in the death of her 18-month old daughter Ava Ritenour.
The city and the water department are re-opening discussions and exploring partnership opportunities.
The William Penn University men's basketball team is picking up momentum and wins early this season. Tuesday night, undefeated Faith Baptist Bible College laced up to face the NAIA #18 Statesmen.
The William Penn football team played host to Trinity International last Saturday for its last game of the regular season.
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A new fast food restaurant is coming to Oskaloosa. Taco Bell is looking to be open for business by June of 2015. This week, the city council moved the project forward after approving a site plan for the restaurant.
The 2014 Outstanding Service Award was recently given to former Oskaloosa High School chemistry teacher and Science Department Chair, Gale Vermeulen.
The William Penn University women's basketball cruised past Bethel 74-55 on Wednesday night at the Penn Gymnasium.
The William Penn University men's basketball squad used a late 13-3 run to edge Friends University, 81-73, on Friday night.
The William Penn University men's basketball squad improved to 8-3 on the year after holding off Simpson, 92-76, on Tuesday night at the Penn Gymnasium.
Oskaloosa is moving forward on a city dog park. The "Bark Park," as it will be called, is entering the construction phase of the project after more than two years of brainstorming and discussions.
William Penn hosting No. 13 Friends University, and this was a close one all throughout.
The state and the defense presented their closing arguments on Monday afternoon. The jury is now deliberating in the Alicia Ritenour trial.