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Mahaska County Board sends letter to Oskaloosa & Pella on future of 220th Street

The Mahaska County Board is sending a letter to the Cities of Oskaloosa and Pella about the status of 220th Street in the area where a proposed airport would be built.  The letter was approved at…
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Oskaloosa City Council meets

The Oskaloosa City Council has a busy meeting Tuesday night (2/18).  The Council will hold a public hearing on a property tax increase.  The proposal calls for a 2.31 percent increase.  The Council will also…
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One dead, one hurt in Keokuk County accident

One woman was killed and another was injured in a one vehicle crash Saturday morning  (2/15) in Keokuk County.  The Iowa State Patrol says 28-year-old Mallory Johnston of Fremont was killed when she lost control…
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Second guilty plea in Shafer death

An Oskaloosa woman is the second person to plead guilty in connection with the death of Ashley Shafer last August.  Holly Kelly pleaded guilty in Mahaska County Court to a misdemeanor count of obstructing prosecution…
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Governor Reynolds introduces Invest In Iowa Act

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds is introducing her Invest in Iowa Act.  During an appearance in Oskaloosa Wednesday afternoon (2/12), the Governor talked about her plan and the many areas it covers. "It's an overall tax…
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Wapello County landfill closed

The Wapello County Landfill in Ottumwa is closing immediately because of a methane problem.  Emergency personnel and fire crews are on the scene.  The landfill is tentatively set to re-open on Thursday (2/13).
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Wind Chill Advisory Thursday

Get the scarves and sweaters ready for Thursday morning (2/13).  A Wind Chill Advisory takes effect at midnight Wednesday (2/12) until noon Thursday for the No Coast Network listening area.  Wind chills down to 30…
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Coronavirus tests come back negative for two Iowans

BY DAR DANIELSON RADIO IOWA NEWS - The Iowa Department of Public Health says two Iowans who were tested for the coronavirus following recent travel to China have been cleared. The two unidentified individuals had agreed…
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Iowa Senate GOP’s plan for restrictions on felon voting rights

BY RADIO IOWA CONTRIBUTOR Senate Republican have unveiled their proposed limitations if Iowa voters approve a constitutional amendment to automatically restore felon voting rights. The plan would still force those convicted of murder manslaughter or certain…
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Rozenboom running for re-election

Iowa State Senator Ken Rozenboom says he’s going to run for re-election.  During Saturday’s (2/08) Eggs and Issues event in Oskaloosa, Rozenboom explained why he’s running for a third term. "The simple conclusion was I'm…
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