Archive for: September, 2012

Miss Iowa Candidate Jessica VerSteeg

Written by Jon Hoffmann Oskaloosa, Iowa – Oskaloosa is going to be represented at this year’s Miss Iowa pageant. 25 year old Oskaloosan Jessica VerSteeg will be competing in the contest for the first time. Click here to find out more. Although she is trying to become Miss Iowa — she spends most of her […]

A Tale Of Two Theaters

  Written by AJ Hodgeman The push for digital conversion is happening fast. For some it’s the best of times–for others, its the worst of times. Presenting feature films in a digital format is becoming the standard. Here in Oskaloosa, the Penn Centre Theater has already made the move. Two new digital projectors, one that […]

CRI Weekly News for September 28th, 2012

Here are some of the stories we are covering: Bradley Arterburn Trial Coverage Former Pennsylvania Senator and Presidential Hopeful Rick Santorum Talks Judicial Retention Vote Breakdown on Where Property Taxes Go

Pauline Arballo

Pauline Arballo September 28, 2012 Oskaloosa, Iowa Pauline Arballo, 78, of Oskaloosa, died Friday, September 28, 2012, at her home in Oskaloosa. She was born February 7, 1934 in Mahaska County, Iowa, the daughter of Paul S. and Mary Edith Shelton Vance. Pauline graduated from the Oskaloosa High School with the class of 1952. Later, […]

Oskaloosa Homecoming Court 2012

Oskaloosa, Iowa – Oskaloosa High School Homecoming for 2012 announced its Court last week and they are pictured here. Front row left to right; Cayla Dickerson, Shawni Wills, Katelyn Hasselman, Aubrey Netten, Kylie Hill. Back row left to right; Austin Redlich, Dane Jones, Brandon Strasser, Drew Richmond, Patrick Flaherty. There are many activities scheduled to […]


Dear Business Owners and Residents: This letter is to inform you that construction activity will begin the morning of October 1, 2012, weather permitting, on High Avenue, between North A Street and the north-south alley adjacent to 114 High Avenue West, and North A Street, between High Avenue and A Avenue. The scope of construction […]

Win Streak to Eight as Lady Statesmen Sweep Ashford

Oskaloosa–The William Penn volleyball team kept intact the program’s longest winning in two years with a 3-0 sweep over Ashford in non-conference action Thursday. The Lady Statesmen (18-6), who own an eight-match winning streak, won by scores of 25-21, 28-26, 25-23. William Penn was actually outhit .205-.186, but countered that with 21 more hitting attempts […]


Grinnell College Athletics

GRINNELL, Iowa – Selected as one of the best and brightest on the gridiron, Grinnell College running back TJ Schaid ’13 (Walworth, Wis./Big Foot) has been named a semifinalist for The National Football Foundation National Scholar-Athlete Award. Schaid is one of 147 candidates representing all levels of NCAA football, as well as the NAIA. “This […]

Vote for your Mahaska County business, Silver Elements, to win $5000

Dream Big Grow Here is a contest that enables Iowa Innovation Gateway to learn more about the region’s entrepreneurs while providing entrepreneurs an opportunity to promote either their proposed business or their dreams for their current business. Iowa Innovation Gateway wants all area entrepreneurs to dream big and then grow their dream right here in […]

Mahaska Health Partnership Shares Breast Cancer Treatment Options

MAHASKA COUNTY – October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and, in light of the designation, Mahaska Health Partnership is educating the public on the surgical procedures available from the hospital’s general surgeons. When a person is diagnosed with breast cancer there are several options for treatment, depending on the symptoms, risk factors and stage. […]


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