by Rick Nichols Jo Cross recently returned to Oskaloosa following an eight-day mission trip to Haiti, her third trip to the West Indian nation since it was devastated by an earthquake in January of 2010. Cross, a member of the Oskaloosa United Methodist Church, spent March 10-17 in Haiti with six other Kansans. The […]
All six members of the Oskaloosa City Council agree that a new City Hall is needed. However, there are differing opinions on how to get there.
The city of Oskaloosa is moving toward a digital time card system for employees.
A resolution to a request for records made to the city of Oskaloosa by the Independent in April may be resolved next week.
Oskaloosa City Council members have taped off a burned down house in hopes children will stay out.
After more than a year of effort the Oskaloosa City Council and Health Board still don’t know how they will move forward with resolving issues.
Oskaloosa Mayor Mike Paavola says that claims made by a local businessman are not true.
Plans to construct a new police station in the basement of the new pharmacy on the square have been scrapped for a bigger plan.
by Dennis Sharkey An Oskaloosa resident that has been told by the city to get rid of at least three dogs isn’t sending his animals away without a fight. Brian Ledbetter lost a 3-2 decision by the city council June 7. Councilmen Gary Bryant and Dale Mooney were the two people to vote in favor […]
Jefferson County Prosecutor Jason Belveal has launched an investigation into a complaint filed against the city of Oskaloosa by the Independent.