The Law Enforcement Center at 214 High Avenue East will be getting some much needed repairs next year. The local law enforcement held its annual budget meeting this week. One big need for next year - repairs to the 15-year-old heating and cooling system in the facility.
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
The Rotary Club isn't the only group spreading holiday cheer. The Southern Iowa Economic Development Association, or SIEDA, along with other organizations and agencies, made sure more than 550 Mahaska County children got a present to open for Christmas.
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.
The Ecumenical Cupboard has been serving the needy in Oskaloosa for more than 25 years. And if you've spent any time at the food bank, you've probably met Shirley Frey. The volunteer co-director has been serving the community since 1997. I stopped by the cupboard to find out how she started volunteering and what motivates her to keep doing good.
Throughout the nation, people have been debating whether increased gun control or an increased focus on mental health issues would have helped prevent the tragedy. What would you do to reduce the risk of another school shooting? CRI's Lucas Burns and Clarissa Molyneux have details in this edition of Oskaloosa Speaks Out.