The property and building housing one of Oskaloosa's popular bars is up for sale. The owners of The Cellar Peanut Pub, Marty and Betsy Duffy, put their property at 206 Rock Island Avenue on the market last week.
Another business that recently popped up in Oskaloosa is the White Cloud Hookah Lounge. If you're 18 or older, the unique and quaint business at 501 High Avenue West may be right up your alley for another nightlife option.
Crisis Intervention Services and PFLAG Oskaloosa are holding a candlelight vigil on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 6:30 p.m. The vigil will remember those in the transgender community who have been killed due to hate in 2016.
The lights surrounding Oskaloosa's 29th Annual Lighted Christmas Parade isn't the only change residents and visitors should prepare for. Due to the construction and expansion of the Oskaloosa Fire Department, the parade route is being altered to keep everyone safe.
The South Central Regional Airport Agency is ready to discuss the environmental assessment for the proposed airport project. The group will hold a public hearing on Nov. 22 and collect feedback on the assessment.
The school board is looking into building a new high school softball field. The discussions began earlier this summer after the school outlined several issues with the more than 25-year-old ball field.
The Oskaloosa Indians saw their season come to a halt this past weekend at Pella. With a 7-2 record, Osky went out to take out the undefeated Dutch on the road in the first round of the state playoffs.