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Coronavirus update

Thursday’s (5/14) new coronavirus figures show 12 more Iowans have died from coronavirus, including one Jasper County resident.  Overall, 318 Iowans have died from COVID-19. Also, there have been 386 new positive tests for coronavirus,…
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Parker steps down as Osky boys basketball coach

At Tuesday’s (5/12) Oskaloosa School Board meeting, Boys’ varsity basketball coach Ryan Parker resigned. You’ll remember Parker missed a good deal of last season due to kidney problems and eventually needed a kidney transplant.  Parker…
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Reynolds to take additional COVID-19 precautions

Governor Reynolds also announced Monday (5/11) that a member of Vice President Pence’s staff who tested positive for COVID-19 was present when the Governor visited the White House last week.  As a result, Reynolds says…
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Two arrested in Des Moines shooting

Police say two men have been arrested and charged after an 18-year-old was shot in the head near Drake Park in Des Moines. The shooting was reported Sunday evening (5/10) after an officer heard gunshots…
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Weekend coronavirus update

Another 22 Iowans have died from coronavirus over the weekend, bringing the state’s total for the pandemic to 265.  None of the deaths are from the No Coast Network listening area.  And another 502 Iowans…
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Iowa GOP to meet by mail

The Republican Party of Iowa plans to hold its state convention via mail-in ballot, rather than gathering in Des Moines this summer because of concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. The party announced Thursday (5/7) all…
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Knoxville Raceway update

Knoxville Raceway has decided when it begins its weekly racing season, it will do so with fans in the stands and not behind closed doors.  The races scheduled for May 16 and 23 will be…
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Oskaloosa & Mahaska County approve grant request

Both the Mahaska County Board and Oskaloosa City Council voted at their regular meetings Monday (5/4) to authorize a grant application to study the building of a bypass on Highway 163 northwest of Oskaloosa and…
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Two dead in Washington house fire

Two people are dead after a weekend house fire in Washington.  Around 2:30am Saturday (5/2), Washington County Communications was told of a house fire at 2687 Wayland Road.  When the fire was put out, the…
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