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Navarro Tallies Second Hat Trick of Year in Win Over IWU »

by Wade Steinlage Oskaloosa–Diego Navarro (Fr., Madrid, Spain, Mechanical Engineering) posted a three-goal performance just over a month ago in non-conference action and accomplished the feat again Monday as the…

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Chegwidden, Warne Sweep Golf Honors »

by Wade Steinlage Oskaloosa–Zachary Chegwidden (So., Essex, England, Business Management) and Elise Warne (Jr., Melbourne, Australia, Exercise Science) both went low to snatch Heart of America Athletic Conference Golfer of…

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PROPOSED U.S. 63 NORTHWEST OSKALOOSA BYPASS TO BE DISCUSSED NOV. 2 IN OSKALOOSA »

The Highway 63 Coalition continues to keep the project on the minds of policy makers both at the state and federal level. (photo by Ginger Allsup)

AMES, Iowa – Oct. 19, 2017 – The Iowa Department of Transportation will hold a public hearing Thursday, Nov. 2,…

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IOWA CROP PROGRESS AND CONDITION REPORT »

DES MOINES – The Iowa Crop Progress and Condition report has been released by the USDA National Agricultural Statistical Service.…

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Playoff Berth In Question With Loss To Demons »

Jaden Van Roekel and Kenny Settimi stop Washington's Willis (photo by Wendy Van Roekel)

Oskaloosa, Iowa – The Oskaloosa Indians traveled to Washington on Friday night, to face a tough district foe in the…

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Mentorship Program Looks To Build A Better Lives And Community »

Katie Orlando, from BBBS of Northeast Iowa (left). Pictured with Katie are members of the advisory board in attendance. Left to right, Katie Orlando, Molly Coster, Steve Burnett, Amy Meyer, Katie Trainer, Debbie Guild, Matt Tippett. (submitted photo)

Oskaloosa, Iowa – The Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Mahaska County are going full steam ahead. Paying for the…

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Navarro Tallies Second Hat Trick of Year in Win Over IWU »

William Penn University Athletics

by Wade Steinlage Oskaloosa–Diego Navarro (Fr., Madrid, Spain, Mechanical Engineering) posted a three-goal performance just over a month ago in non-conference action and accomplished the feat again Monday as the William Penn men’s soccer team defeated Iowa Wesleyan 3-1. WPU (9-5-1), which reached the nine-win…

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Chegwidden, Warne Sweep Golf Honors »

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by Wade Steinlage Oskaloosa–Zachary Chegwidden (So., Essex, England, Business Management) and Elise Warne (Jr., Melbourne, Australia, Exercise Science) both went low to snatch Heart of America Athletic Conference Golfer of the Week awards Monday. Chegwidden garnered the fifth award of his career (third this year),…

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Miller Wins Third Award of ‘17 »

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by Wade Steinlage Oskaloosa–Ashley Miller (Jr., Kalona, Iowa, Exercise Science) put herself in position to make play after play on the defensive end and her near-flawless execution was rewarded by being named Heart of America Athletic Conference Volleyball Defender of the Week Monday. Miller was…

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Ludwig Earns Second POW Laurel »

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by Wade Steinlage Oskaloosa–Riley Ludwig (Jr., Big Bear City, Calif., Psychology) was instrumental in helping her team to two positive decisions last week and for her efforts she was named Heart of America Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week Monday. Ludwig picked…

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William Penn Upsets #4 Baker »

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by Wade Steinlage Baldwin City, Kan.–Francis Koroma (Sr., Brooklyn Park, Minn., General Accounting) scored with 2:53 left in the second overtime as the Statesmen men’s soccer team knocked off #4 Baker 2-1 in Heart of America Athletic Conference play Sunday. WPU (8-5-1, 5-4 Heart) won…

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Statesmen Earn Scoreless Draw with Baker »

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by Wade Steinlage Baldwin City, Kan.–The William Penn women’s soccer team posted another huge road effort Sunday, tying Baker 0-0 in Heart of America Athletic Conference play. WPU (7-5-1, 4-4-1 Heart) was outshot 23-7, but thwarted every single attempt by the Wildcats (4-5-4, 4-2-2 Heart),…

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William Penn Takes North Division Opener 32-10 »

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by Wade Steinlage Canton, Mo.–The Statesmen football team took a bit to wind up its engine following its bye week, but eventually took care of business with a 32-10 win over Culver-Stockton in Heart of America Athletic Conference North Division action Saturday. WPU (5-2, 1-0…

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William Penn Claims Three Victories in Indiana »

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by Wade Steinlage Whiting, Ind.–The Statesmen volleyball team finished a productive week with three more wins as it competed at the Calumet-St. Joseph Tournament Friday and Saturday. WPU (11-18) won Friday’s opener 3-0 over host Calumet-St. Joseph (25-20, 25-12, 25-18) before also sweeping Governors State…

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Dutch men tripped up in soccer road contest »

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LINCOLN, NEB. — A second-half goal from defender Logan Serbousek (freshman, Cedar Rapids, Prairie HS) wasn’t enough as the Central College men’s soccer team fell Saturday at Nebraska Wesleyan University 2-1. Though the result did not end in the positive direction, Central (9-4-0, 2-3-0 conference)…

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Manion powers Dutch women to road soccer win »

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LINCOLN, NEB. — An early 1-0 deficit was not too big of a hill for the Central College women’s soccer team to climb, thanks in large part to forward Erin Manion’s (sophomore, Delafield, Wis., Kettle Moraine HS) two goals in a 2-1 win over Nebraska…

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Rockets Tackle Mediapolis Tournament »

Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Rockets

by Gladys Genskow We battled with ourselves tonight at Mepo. I am proud of how our team steps up despite Injuries, sickness, and inconsistent passing…

Oct 13 2017 / Comments Off on Rockets Tackle Mediapolis Tournament / Read More »
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Letter To The Editor: I wish to publicly show my support for Mrs. Lynette Stream

Editors Note: The views and opinions expressed in this editorial are not necessarily the views or opinions of Oskaloosa News. With the upcoming Oskaloosa School Board election fast approaching, I wish to publicly show my support…

Sep 1 2017 / Read More »
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Oskaloosa Water Board – Agenda – September 12, 2017

WATER BOARD OF TRUSTEES Special Meeting September 12, 2017 3:00 PM Location: 1208 South 7th St. Agenda 1. Approve agenda. 2. Public Hearing for Water Tower Maintenance project. 3. Consideration and discussion of awarding tabulated bids…

Sep 10 2017 / Read More »
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Hawkeye Boys State applications due soon

Oskaloosa’s Harry L. Anderson Post #34 of the American Legion is accepting candidate applications for the 79th Annual American Legion Hawkeye Boys State through November 6. Known as “Iowa’s premiere civic education program,” Hawkeye Boys State…

Oct 15 2017 / Read More »
Local Sports MCSC Youth Soccer at the Lacey Recreation Complex

MCSC Youth Soccer at the Lacey Recreation Complex

Nothing beats squeals of children’s laughter and that is what can be heard every Thursday and Friday night at the youth soccer fields at Lacey Complex. Mahaska County Soccer Club is in full fall season of…

Oct 12 2017 / Read More »
Clubs and Organizations Altrusa International of Oskaloosa, Inc. is honored to be able to present United Way of Mahaska County’s Take a Long Program with a grant from the International Foundation on August 11,2017. (submitted photo)

Altrusa International Foundation, Inc.

Altrusa International of Oskaloosa, Inc. is honored to be able to present United Way of Mahaska County’s Take a Long Program with a grant from the International Foundation on August 11,2017. The Take-Along Weekend Food Program…

Sep 28 2017 / Read More »
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American Legion State Oratorical Contest set

Local applications due by Nov. 1 New Sharon high school student Caleb Gipple was the winning orator in last year’s American Legion Department of Iowa High School Oratorical Contest, besting all other contestants to advance to…

Oct 8 2017 / Read More »
Local Businesses L-R: Athletic Trainer Laura Norberg, Senior Blake Van Veldhuizen, Senior Brandt Brown, and Physical Therapist Carol Kelderman smile in front of the newly renovated taping table

OSKALOOSA HIGH STUDENTS TEAM WITH KINETIC EDGE FOR ATHLETIC TRAINING ROOM RENOVATION

Oskaloosa, Iowa – If you’re a student at Oskaloosa High, you have the opportunity to take Mrs. Anna Gritters’ Written Communications course. It’s a college-prep writing class that approximately 75-125 students choose to take each year.…

Sep 24 2017 / Read More »
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Mahaska Health Partnership Educates on Concussion Awareness

MAHASKA COUNTY – For parents with student athletes, concussions continue to be a major concern. Mahaska Health Partnership Family Practice Physician Case Everett, MD, encourages adults working with children to learn the signs and symptoms of…

Oct 15 2017 / Read More »

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