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02/21/2019 - 10:20am
North Mahaska’s wrestling season came to an end Friday at the state wrestling tournament. The ending is not what the team hoped for, but all three competed well. Jarrett Stodghill at 145 pounds and Luke Groves at 170 lost in the first round, but scored pins in the first round of consolations to advance. They each were defeated on Friday and eliminated from the podium. Freshman Michael...
02/21/2019 - 10:17am
County school superintendents were the focal point of the third Eggs & Issues on Feb. 9. They fielded questions from the audience on a variety of topics. Oskaloosa Community School Superintendent Paula Wright and North Mahaska Superintendent Angela Livezey were the key speakers. Oskaloosa school board members Shelly Herr and Carl Drost and...
02/21/2019 - 10:13am
When will it end? That is the question school administrators, athletic directors, road crews and just about anyone else when the discussion turns to the weather. The only ones not complaining as much are those who make their living clearing parking lots and driveways. No doubt the winter of 2019 will go down as one of the most interesting in...
02/18/2019 - 10:26pm
North Mahaska’s girl’s basketball team is headed to Wells Fargo Arena to play in the state basketball tournament. They upset No. 4 Seymour, 38-37 and will face West Hancock at the Well on Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 5 p.m. Seymour (20-1) led for 29 minutes in the game that was more of a defensive game early. Seymour senior Hannah Hinners hit...
02/14/2019 - 2:44pm
Mahaska County Supervisors moved a step closer to obtaining a radio system to upgrade and enhance emergency communications with action taken at Monday’s regular meeting. The $4.3 million dollar project estimate request for proposal is for project management and tower site development. According to the resolution, the supervisors will enter a...
02/14/2019 - 2:42pm
Leslie VanWyk took the oath of office from New Sharon Mayor Keri Lamberson Wednesday night and promptly began work as the newest city councilor. VanWyk was appointed to the council to replace Lamberson, who was named mayor following Dustin Hite’s election to the state legislature. Her first order of business was to move into a public hearing...
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