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01/21/2020 - 4:14pm
NEW SHARON – City councilors of the City of New Sharon approved a possible lease of hay ground that the city owns. The approximate 2-acre lot lies just north of Highland Cemetery. No bids had been received by the deadline, but city clerk received an inquiry afterward. The issue was one on a fairly light council agenda Wednesday. Councilors have leased the ground year-to-year for use as hay...
01/06/2020 - 3:40pm
NEW SHARON – Although Jeff Long had recently been sworn in as mayor of New Sharon, he, along with four councilors took the oath of office to begin the 2020 year. Long was sworn in November as replacement for outgoing mayor Keri Lamberson until his term began Jan. 1. Newcomers Ron Wyatt and Leslie Phillips in taking their oaths of office...
01/06/2020 - 3:38pm
OSKALOOSA – Mahaska County Supervisors spent the majority of its one-hour meeting Jan. 2 going through the motions of reorganization, a custom to meet state code requirements. The first order of business was to name a chair and Mark Groenendyk, the current chair, was selected for another term. Once the reorganization was completed...
01/03/2020 - 1:47pm
This evenings North Mahaska boy's basketball games at Ankeny Christian has been postponed to a later day date due to anticipated snow and weather conditions.
01/02/2020 - 7:00am
Mackenzie Fuller of New Sharon was nominated by Iowa State University College of Business Ivy faculty for her outstanding academic achievements, engagement within the supply chain major, and her characteristics as a leader inside and outside the classroom. From her nominator, “Mackenzie is an energetic individual with the ability to...
01/02/2020 - 7:00am
EDDYVILLE – The Eddyville- Blakesburg-Fremont School Board met in regular session Dec. 16 and a number of the district’s patrons were on hand to discuss the school’s wrestling program. Members of the audience spoke during the public forum portion at the beginning of the meeting. Persons speaking were addressing the fact that at...
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