Archive for: March, 2013

One Killed In Two Car Accident

Oskaloosa, Iowa – An accident at the intersection of Gateway Drive and Highway 92 (A Ave West) in Oskaloosa, between a pickup truck and a car, was called in at 12:17 p.m., March 30th. According to an initial report by the Iowa State Patrol, a 1993 Ford Mustang, driven by Zachary Clark, was traveling westbound […]

Central’s Larson second in decathlon

ST. LOUIS, MO.—Central College track and field athlete Eric Larson (sophomore, Waverly, Waverly-Shell Rock HS) took runner-up honors in the Washington University (Mo.) decathlon Saturday, scoring 6,342 points. Larson finished just 255 points behind first-place Dan Simon of NCAA Division I Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Larson’s mark headlines the Division III chart and is 290 points […]

Central rallies for second at Graceland men’s golf tourney

MARYVILLE, MO.—Central College shaved 19 strokes off its first-round score to finish second at the 14-team Graceland Invitational Saturday. In fourth place Friday after shooting 311, the Dutch fired 292 Saturday despite a 45-minute rain delay after three holes. NAIA Ashford University was first at 587 with Central second at 603. NAIA Baker University (Kan.) […]

Central scores comeback baseball win over Lawrence

PELLA—The Central College baseball team rallied for four runs in the sixth inning to score an 8-4 comeback victory over Lawrence University (Wis.) in the home opener Saturday morning. The game’s start was delayed because of rain and the two teams traded leads until the Dutch broke things open in the sixth inning. Down 4-3, […]

Central softball team rocks Wis.-Eau Claire

OSKALOOSA — The small-ball attack produced big numbers for the Central College softball team as the Dutch handed Wis.-Eau Claire just its third loss in 15 games and did so in resounding fashion with a 9-1, five-inning triumph Saturday morning. A scheduled second game against Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.) was cancelled because of rain. Playing in […]

State Senator Ken Rozenboom Newsletter: Rozenboom Report

Medicaid Expansion Train Headed Down the Tracks This week in the Iowa Senate, Democrats passed a bill expanding the Medicaid program. The passage of SF 296 sends the Medicaid Expansion train out of the station and down the tracks with little consideration of the passengers’ well-being or the long-term journey. Chronic disease and obesity are […]


OSKALOOSA, IA — It’s been a busy six weeks for the kids in the Daily Youth Theatre’s after school program, the Daily Arts Academy, but they’re ready to show off what they’ve learned. “This first session was about movement in theatre,” said Andy McGuire, Youth Director of the program. “It’s been all about cooperation. Our […]

Dutch track and field squads compete in Missouri

ST. LOUIS, MO.—A partial squad of distance runners and multi-eventers competed for the Central College men’s and women’s track and field program at the Washington University (Mo.) Invitational Friday night. The men’s 5,000-meter run saw a number of good performances, most notably from Eli Horton (sophomore, Runnells, Southeast Polk HS) and Cole Decker (freshman, Des […]

Anderson leads Central in Graceland men’s golf tourney

MARYVILLE, MO.—Central College junior Jacob Anderson (junior, Treynor) carded a team-low 74 in the first round of the 36-hole Graceland Invitational Friday. Anderson is playing for Central’s second unit, the White team, which posted a 309 team score on the par-72 Mozingo Lake Golf Course in Maryville, Mo. Central’s first squad, the Red team, tallied […]

Walk-off blast by Canney sparks Central softball sweep

KATIE CANNEY VIDEO INTERVIEW: OSKALOOSA— It took nine innings but first baseman Katie Canney (sophomore, Adel, ADM HS) delivered a walk-off home run to allow the Central College softball team to finally overcome St. Scholastica (Minn.) 4-3 Friday, before the Dutch completed the sweep with an 11-0, five-inning rout. The Dutch (15-5) twice had […]


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