A young Lady Statesmen Golf team is proving its maturity and prowess with less than a month away from the conference tournament. Last weekend Penn captured it's first tournament crown of the year during the Graceland Invitational. Before that the NAIA's #23-ranked team recorded eight consecutive runner-up finishes dating back to August.
The Oskaloosa Fire Department will be testing storm sirens over the next few months. Starting on Monday, April 7, the fire department will test the storm sirens at 2 p.m. on the first Monday of each month from April through September, weather permitting.
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, meaning the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and local law enforcement are teaming up to decrease the amount of accidents caused by bad habits in moving vehicles.
Downtown Oskaloosa may see one of its structures surrender to the test of time.
The Kool Building located across the street from the Mahaska Law Enforcement center saw a portion of its exterior wall fall into an alleyway last weekend. And now, a downtown road is closed because of a higher risk of collapse. That could affect your drive in the downtown area.
A popular Christian film that opened in Oskaloosa, despite a limited release, is being held over for another weekend. Penn Centre Theater in Oskaloosa has seen an overwhelming response to the film "God's Not Dead", selling more than 4200 tickets as of Wednesday.
Easter is two weeks away and one church in town is decorated for it with authentic Ukrainian easter eggs. The eggs are a gift of gratitude after Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, located near University Park, answered a call from a church located in Kiev, Ukraine.
The Iowa Legislature is inching closer to passing a bill that will help expand broadband infrastructure over the next four years. On Wednesday, Lieutenant Governor Kim Reynolds toured Mahaska Communication Group. She talked about the reason for her visit and discussed the broadband initiative.