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The Oskaloosa School Board unanimously approved changes to the parent-student handbook this week with the goal of reducing behavior-related incidents.
A former William Penn football player passed away this past weekend. Twenty year old Bernard Flowers spent the past two seasons as a member of the Navy and Gold.
Celebrity Chef Mark Anthony is bringing his talents to Oskaloosa next week. Anthony is planning to cook up a healthy dinner, create food art, and give tips on healthy cooking options.
Another project is pumping its breaks and holding off on its plans.
It's been a long time coming, but the Stephen Memorial Animal Shelter is now one step closer to building its new facility.
The Southern Iowa Fair is back. The fair will kick off this upcoming Monday on July 18.
Look out Slumberland, Rent-A-Center, EZ Sales and Wal-Mart there is a new furniture store in town.
The Oskaloosa Middle School recently installed solar panels on its roof. But the new installation will provide a lot more than just a new source of energy.
The downtown alleyway beautification project is just weeks away from its official unveiling.
The Oskaloosa Water Department is making the switch to a monthly billing system.
The Recreation Early Education Center Committee is close to selecting a market analysis firm for its project.
The high school softball field is over 25-year-old and with all of the renovations happening over at the high school, OHS Activities Director Ryan Parker thought it was about time the softball field had its turn.
The "Christmas in July" event is set for Saturday, July 16th on the square.
In the middle of the month, Oskaloosa will see it's first Parklet pop up outside the front of Hunter's Café. What's a Parklet, you ask?
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