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The City of Oskaloosa is getting ready to finalize the budget for the upcoming year. The council and city staff will hold their annual budget retreat next week.
Off the court and on the mat Wednesday night the Statesmen wrestling team hosted it final home contest of the year. It was a triangular match up against #11 Missouri Valley and defending national champ #1 Grand View.
Another local opportunity available for educators and high school students is William Penn University's Digital Communication Visit Day.
Missed Eggs and Issues? Here's a recording of the event on Jan. 10.
MHP isn't the only institution playing it safe against the flu this year. Many schools in the area are on high alert as classes began this week after winter break.
Promoting wellness and fitness to our community's youth has put Oskaloosa Elementary on the Blue Zones map. The school's pledge helps the healthy initiative move forward.
William Penn University held its traditional dean's convocation on Thursday. Penn invited Randye Jones to serve as the keynote speaker for the occasion.
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A concept aimed at improving the streets of Oskaloosa unanimously passed this week. That concept is called "Complete Streets."
William Penn University is partnering with Drake University’s South Central STEM hub to bring a Make-and-Take education night to Penn’s campus.
Nonprofit organization Love In the Name of Christ is gearing up for its second annual Dinner and Dessert Gala.
This year's strain of the flu is hitting Iowa hard. The State Department of Public Health is now investigating three deaths resulting from flu-related complications this week.
The political forum Eggs and Issues begins this weekend. That event is held at Smokey Row every second and fourth Saturday, for the first three months of 2015. The morning event starts at 8:30AM.