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OPD Shares Bicycle and Skate Board City Rules

Oskaloosa Police Department

With warmer weather ahead, kids are heading to the skate park. The Oskaloosa Police Department would like to remind everyone of the city ordinance regulating bicycles, rollerblades, and roller skates and skate boards. BICYCLES Every person riding a bicycle upon a city street shall obey all traffic laws. Bicycles shall be ridden in single file […]

Voleda “Vicky” Hazel Robertson Bauer

Voleda Hazel Robertson Bauer

Voleda Hazel Robertson Bauer April 28, 1930 – March 29, 2015 Oskaloosa (Fremont), Iowa | Age 84 Vicky Robertson Bauer, 84, of Oskaloosa and formerly of the Fremont area passed away Sunday morning at the MHP Hospice Services Serenity House. Voleda “Vicky” Hazel Bauer was born, April 28, 1930, in Brooklyn, Pennsylvania, the youngest of […]

Oskaloosa Water Conducting Bi-annual Hydrant Flushin

Fire hydrants are used for flushing out city water lines.

The Oskaloosa Water Department will be conducting our bi-annual hydrant flushing beginning Monday March 30, 2015. This will last approximately two weeks. You may notice low pressure and cloudy or discolored water. The water, even though discolored, will remain safe to drink. Please refrain from washing laundry if you notice this change in your water, […]

William Penn Splits with Clarke Again

William Penn Baseball split with Clarke once again in the two day, double-headers.

Oskaloosa–The Statesmen baseball team was on both sides of tremendous pitching performances on Sunday as it split another Midwest Collegiate Conference doubleheader with Clarke. William Penn (14-12, 4-2 MCC) claimed the opener 2-0, but fell in the second contest 12-0. Cory DeRush (Sr., Grand Junction, Colo., Business Management) provided nearly all of the offense on […]

Pair of Mercy-Rule Victories for WPU

Jorden Steele headlined the offense with a 3-for-3 outing that included a two-run single in the second and a solo home run (her third) in the fourth.

Oskaloosa–In need of a dominating performance to jump start the season, the Statesmen softball team got two Sunday against Viterbo in a Midwest Collegiate Conference doubleheader. William Penn (7-14, 3-1 MCC) won by scores of 8-0 and 10-2; both games ended in five innings via the mercy rule. Lunden Young (Sr., Lewiston, Idaho, Exercise Science) […]

Central defense improves, offense shines in softball sweep

Central College

PELLA — Getting the kind of defensive play it’s been searching for, the Central College softball team posted a much-needed sweep on a wind-swept Sunday, rallying past St. Norbert (Wis.) 6-4 and overpowering St. Scholastica (Minn.) 9-1 in six innings. Second baseman Abbey Strajack (senior, Davenport, Assumption HS) had six hits and scored four runs […]

Statesmen to #21

William Penn Women's Athletics

Oskaloosa–A win in its spring season opener has propelled the William Penn women’s golf team up the rankings as the NAIA’s second top-25 poll was released Friday. The Statesmen improved two positions to #21 with 178 points. League rival Grand View is unofficially 33rd with three points. Northwood (Fla.) remains #1 with 484 points and […]

Statesmen Split Tight Twinbill with Clarke

The Statesmen Baseball team split the doubleheader with Clarke on Saturday.

Oskaloosa–On a day when one of their starters returned to the diamond, the William Penn baseball team went 1-1 against Clarke in Midwest Collegiate Conference action Saturday. WPU (13-11, 3-1 MCC) won the opener 9-6, but fell in the nightcap 5-4. Originally figured to be lost for the season with a broken jaw suffered on […]

Silver for Sargent, WPU at Graceland Invite

William Penn University Athletics

Maryville, Mo.–The Statesmen men’s golf team put a scare into one of the better teams in the NAIA as it finished high at the Graceland Spring Invitational Friday and Saturday. William Penn was second out of 10 programs with a two-day score of 600 (298-302) at the par-72 Mozingo Golf Course. AIB, unofficially #33 in […]

Central erupts after early softball struggle

Central College

PELLA — It was another step back and step forward for the Central College softball team Saturday. After a sluggish start, the No. 19 Dutch (17-6) showed some seventh-inning spark, only to have the potential tying run thrown out at the plate in a 2-1 setback against St. Benedict (Minn.), but then overwhelmed St. Norbert […]

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