Archive for: November, 2014

Zenor Credits Good Guidance For Seamless Transition

Oskaloosa, Iowa – The November election is almost a month behind us, but for one newly elected official, the job has already started. Amy Zenor is Mahaska County’s newest county attorney, replacing the appointed Charles Stream. Stream was appointed in April of 2013 by the Mahaska County Board of Supervisors in a 2-1 vote. Only […]

Committee Exploring Water And Waste Water Partnership

Oskaloosa, Iowa – Oskaloosa has been without a waste-water supervisor for an extended time, with a solution to filling that vacancy being one the City of Oskaloosa is carefully considering. Will the future be similar to the past, with separate operations for waste-water and the Oskaloosa Municipal Water Department? Will there be a combination of […]

Darlene E. Baughman

Darlene E. Baughman December 8, 1930 – November 29, 2014 Oskaloosa, Iowa | Age 83 years, 11 months, 21 days Darlene Baughman, 83, of Oskaloosa passed away Saturday afternoon, November 29, 2014, at Crystal Heights Care Center in Oskaloosa. Darlene Evelyn Baughman was born on the family farm outside of Chariton, Iowa, December 8, 1930, […]

William Penn Wins 122-81 Over Crossroads

Oskaloosa–Alec Schwab (Sr., Peru, Ill., Business Management) scored 37 points and Oliver Wells (Sr., Cedar Hill, Texas, Business Management) posted a triple-double as the Statesmen men’s basketball team showed no turkey hangover in a 122-81 pounding of Crossroads (Minn.) in non-conference play Saturday. The 18th-ranked Statesmen (9-3) received scoring contributions from nine players, including five […]

WPU Drops Hannibal-LaGrange in OT

Hannibal, Mo./St. Paul, Minn.–Janay Pritchett (Sr., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Biology) poured in 30 points to guide the Statesmen women’s basketball team to a 96-91 overtime win over Hannibal-LaGrange Saturday. Visiting William Penn (5-4) fell behind by as much as 15 points midway through the first period, but rallied to within five by halftime, 38-33. The […]

Slow start costly for Central men’s basketball team

LA CROSSE, WIS. — The Central College men’s basketball team could not dig itself out of an early hole in a 70-54 loss to Wis.-La Crosse Saturday. The Eagles (3-2) scored the game’s first 14 points and never relinquished the lead. “You can’t spot a really good team on the road that kind of lead […]

Donna Rae Fisk

Donna Rae Fisk June 28, 1937 – November 27, 2014 Montezuma, Iowa | Age 77 Donna Fisk, 77 of Montezuma, passed away Thursday evening, November 27, 2014 at the Grinnell Regional Medical Center. Donna Rae Fisk, the daughter of Stanford and Maxine (Dunton) Johnson, was born on June 28, 1937 in rural Montezuma, Iowa. Donna […]

Charles Perry Hartwig

Charles Perry Hartwig October 4, 1955 – November 27, 2014 Brooklyn, Iowa | Age 59 Charles Hartwig, 59 of Brooklyn passed away Thursday morning, November 27, 2014 at his home in Brooklyn. Charles Perry Hartwig, the son of Herman and Bonnie (Barth) Hartwig, was born on October 4, 1955 in Rock Island, IL. Charles attended […]

David M. Roberts

David M. Roberts February 17, 1938 – November 26, 2014 Albia, Iowa | Age 76 David Martin Roberts, 76, of rural Albia, died Wednesday, November 26, 2014, at his home. He was born February 17, 1938, in Monroe County, the son of Martin and Ermal McMulin Roberts. Dave graduated from Eddyville High School with the […]

Statesmen Hold Off Feisty Simpson 92-76

Oskaloosa–William Penn’s starting five charged the men’s basketball squad to a 92-76 non-conference win over Simpson Tuesday. #18 WPU (8-3) returned to its winning ways, courtesy of all but two points from its starters. The hosts scored the night’s first nine points, but the Storm (3-2) weathered the early storm and took their only lead […]

           

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