Mahaska Health Partnership is making some changes to the way it's coordinating patient care. It's called a hospitalist program, and as CRI's Aaron Riggs explains, MHP says it will benefit both the patient and the hospital.
Students at Oskaloosa High School listened to a presentation Tuesday by Iowa's teacher of the year. She talked about incorporating technology in physical education. It was part of a research component for a new program called Project Based Learning. CRI's Aaron Riggs tells us more.
Voters will decide who will fill the supervisor seat left vacant by Ken Rozenboom's election to the state senate. The county auditor, treasurer and recorder met Wednesday to decide if they'd appoint a replacement or hold a special election to fill the seat.
This holiday season, we want to shine some light on the many people doing good in the community. CRI's Aaron Riggs caught up with students at Oskaloosa High School to find out how they're making sure a child's Christmas wish doesn't go unanswered. He has this week's Caring Community report.
Oskaloosa's Middle School will soon add softball to its list of seasonal competitive sports. During November's meeting, the school board unanimously approved allowing local girls to further their skills before
Oskaloosa is getting a chance to showcase its strengths to some Iowa leaders this week. Leadership Iowa is an issues-awareness program that strives to promote community, leadership and growth throughout the state. This week, 40 members of this year's Leadership Iowa class met with Oskaloosa community leaders to talk about economic development.
The Iowa Legislature passed a law in May 2012 that affects nearly 20 percent of William Penn University’s students. Effective immediately after the New Year, all education majors will have to take exit exams before being certified to teach.