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Biden-Harris Administration Announces $14.2 Million for Iowa to Improve Roads at the Local Level and Tackle National Traffic Fatalities

US Department of Transportation

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding targets high-crash sites in cities and counties; also supports the U.S. Department of Transportation’s comprehensive strategy to reduce roadway deaths, a crisis claiming more than 40,000 lives each year  WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg announced a historic $800 million in grant awards for 510 projects through the new […]


Fareway Meat & Grocery logo

NEWS RELEASE (Boone) – Fareway recently presented a check for more than $319,000 to the U.S. Marine Corps for their Toys for Tots campaign, which provides toys to children during the holiday season. In addition, more than 75 pallets of toys were collected and donated. Monetary and toy donations were accepted at all 133 Fareway […]

Pella Pulls Ahead Of JV Squad

Oskaloosa Indians

by Jakob Hasley The JV boys basketball team was in action Monday night against Pella for the second time this season. This game ended in a 60-51 win for Pella, but the Indians battled hard and showed more improvement. The first quarter was a very tight contest, Pella would pull away in the middle of […]

Shipley Continues to Make History

Jalayna Shipley

NEW SHARON – In this year of firsts Jalayna Shipley may be the epitome of determination. The North Mahaska senior captured the South Iowa Cedar League wrestling title at 120 pounds, placed second at the super regional in Des Moines and is now poised to seek the ultimate prize – a state title. The senior […]

Injuries And Illness Keep Osky Numbers Low

Oskaloosa Indians

by Travis Miller The Oskaloosa varsity boys traveled to Norwalk Saturday to compete in the Little Hawkeye Conference Tournament. Due to injuries and sickness only 5 wrestlers competed. Results are listed below. Little Hawkeye Conference Tournament Results for Oskaloosa 106 Sam Nelson (17-28) placed 5th and scored 9.0 team points. Quarterfinal – Sam Nelson (Oskaloosa) […]

Two Girls Headed To Regionals

Oskaloosa Indians

by Travis Miller Oskaloosa sent 2 girls to compete in the regional qualifier on Friday. Reanne Elliott came up just a little short of qualifying. The top 4 move on to the state tournament. Results are below. IGHSAU Regional Qualifier 3 Results for Oskaloosa 125 Raeann Elliott (8-7) placed 6th and scored 15.0 team points. […]

DCG Clips Indians JV Basketball

Oskaloosa Indians

by Jakob Hasley The JV boy’s basketball team took on the DCG Mustangs on Friday night. This was a close contest all the way through. The Mustangs had a couple of hot shooters early, but Osky was able to pull it together on defense the rest of the first quarter as it would end in […]

NM Girls Steal Win from Hawks

North Mahaska Warhawks

SULLY – North Mahaska’s No. 12 girls’ basketball team had a close call Friday when they traveled to Sully for their meeting with their long-time rival Lynnville-Sully. Kayla Readshaw’s steal with a handful of seconds left to secure a 49-47 victory. The win keeps the Warhawks undefeated in the South Iowa Cedar League play. The […]


Indian Hills Community College

OTTUMWA– Indian Hills Community College invites high school seniors living and attending high school in the Indian Hills 10-county service region (Appanoose, Davis, Jefferson, Keokuk, Lucas, Mahaska, Monroe, Van Buren, Wapello and Wayne counties) to apply for entry into the President’s Academy for the 2023-2024 academic year. The President’s Academy will include one student from […]

Terry Moore

Terry Moore August 21, 1964 – January 27, 2023 Oskaloosa, Iowa | Age 58 Terry Moore, 58, of Oskaloosa, died Friday, January 27, 2023, at his home in Oskaloosa. He was born August 21, 1964, in Oskaloosa, Iowa, the son of Gary D. and Connie Jo Stout Moore. Terry attended school in Oskaloosa. Terry worked […]


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