By RD KEEP The Sun Editor

04/18/2019 - 10:08am
Golfing weather finally made it possible for high school teams to get on the course Monday. Warm temperatures in the 70s and a good breeze at 20 miles per hour still made for a good night. North Mahaska and Colfax-Mingo came out to meet BGM at Brooklyn-Victor Country Club. Colfax-Mingo managed to win both the boys and girls meet, but the boys’ meet saw the teams separated by just four...
04/11/2019 - 11:15am
More than 100 people crowded into the third floor conference room, the hallway, stairway and landing on April 1 to lend support for Black Oak Clays. The gathering was in response to a public hearing at the Mahaska County Board of Supervisors Monday. Black Oak Clays, owned by Mike and Sharon Vande Noord, is a private shooting range Located at 1243...
04/11/2019 - 11:06am
No one speaks the word dynasty around North Mahaska, but the thought may be in the backs of many minds. North Mahaska Jazz secured its eighth state title at the Iowa Jazz Championships in Ames April 2. North Mahaska Jazz Band (NM Jazz) under the direction of Bruce Peiffer won Class 1A over Earlham. The two jazz bands were selected over a field of...
04/11/2019 - 10:54am
North Mahaska got the track season off to a running start with three meets in five days this past week. The teams ran at Lynnville-Sully Tuesday then hosted the Warhawk Co-ed Relays on Thursday. They capped off the week at the Oskaloosa relays Saturday. Results from the Oskaloosa meet had not been posted by deadline. At the Lynnville-Sully meet...
04/11/2019 - 10:48am
North Mahaska’s junior high track teams hosted  the Warhawk Relays Friday under warm temperatures and sunny skies. The meet was in stark contrast the high school meet on the same track with cloudy skies, cool temperatures and wind. The North Mahaska boys placed sixth and the girls seventh in the eight-team meet. The boys scored 68...
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