Archive for: August, 2015

Phyllis Goldberg

Phyllis Goldberg October 25, 1929 – August 30, 2015 Oskaloosa (Shenandoah), Iowa | Age 85 Phyllis Goldberg, 85, of Oskaloosa and formerly of Shenandoah, Iowa, died Sunday, August 30, 2015, at the Northern Mahaska Nursing and Rehab Center in Oskaloosa. She was born October 25, 1929, in Corning, Iowa, the daughter of Walter E. and […]

Huskies Hold Off Indians At Home

Oskaloosa, Iowa – The Lacey Stadium is now in its fifth season of football action, and the new press box with executive suites are but the latest amenities to be added to the ever evolving complex. The rain and lightning welcomed the Huskies and Indians to the season opener, causing a half-hour delay to the […]

Non-Profit Group Looks To Save Downtown Structure

Oskaloosa, Iowa – There may be a solution on the horizon for businesses impacted by a downtown fire in early May of this year. The Oskaloosa Downtown Development Group (ODD) is looking at options in order to obtain the Swim’s building in an effort to save it from the wrecking ball. The Swim family donated […]

Richards Sends Statesmen to Crimson Wave Title

East Chicago, Ind.–The William Penn women’s soccer team has a history of playing extra minutes against Calumet-St. Joseph and Sunday was no different as it defeated the Crimson Wave 1-0 in double overtime in the CCSJ Invitational title game. After the teams played scoreless through two halves and the first overtime, Mary Richards (Sr., Winterset, […]

Stamer, Defense Lead Way to CCSJ Crown

East Chicago, Ind.–While the offense finds its legs, the Statesmen defense is getting the job done as WPU defeated host Calumet-St. Joseph in the championship game of the Crimson Wave Invitational Sunday. William Penn (1-1-1) was outshot 24-5, but goalkeeper Max Stamer (Fr., Salzgitter, Germany, Secondary Education) and company kept CCSJ off the board until […]

Joint Meeting Moves Sharing Agreement Forward

Oskaloosa, Iowa – The Oskaloosa City Council and Oskaloosa Water Board of Trustees met in joint session on Thursday to discuss a 28E agreement between the entities. The proposal will better outline the responsibility of each entity, defining how funding and labor and management will be handled. “This has been a long journey,” Oskaloosa City […]

ART AND MUSIC, GONE WILD AT ARTRAGOUS!

OSKALOOSA, IA — A brand new professional season kicks off at the George Daily Auditorium on Monday, September 14 with an unusual show called Artrageous! Called “the BEST!” by Harrison Ford, Artrageous! is an entirely unique, unparalleled professional performance. Bubble wrap, black lights, live music, dance, art, and paint everywhere – Artrageous! is as dazzling […]

Wild Win for Statesmen in Season Opener

Marshall, Mo.–Senior quarterback Tyler Hafner (Sr., Oskaloosa, Iowa, Communications) scored on a fourth down play in the final minute to cap off a great comeback in an incredible rollercoaster of a game as the William Penn football team rallied to knock off #9 Missouri Valley in its Heart of America Athletic Conference debut Saturday. The […]

Rough Weekend for Volleyball Team

Orange City–Calmer waters are on the horizon, but this weekend the seas were stormy as the William Penn volleyball team was winless at the Northwestern Classic Friday and Saturday. William Penn (1-5) was swept twice on Friday, first by Briar Cliff (11-25, 21-25, 11-25) and then by #12 Northwestern (13-25, 10-25, 13-25). On Saturday, the […]

Benitez’s Goal Gives Statesmen First Win of ‘15

East Chicago, Ind.–Facundo Benitez (Jr., Buenos Aires, Argentina, Business Management) scored right before halftime as the William Penn men’s soccer team avenged its season-ending loss from last year with a 1-0 win over Mount Mercy at the Calumet-St. Joseph Crimson Wave Invitational Saturday. WPU (1-1) held off the Mustangs (0-2) in a game that featured […]

     

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