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02/13/2020 - 3:37pm
OSKALOOSA – Three members of the Iowa Legislature were center stage at Eggs & Issues at Smokey Row in Oskaloosa Saturday to answer questions from about 100 constituents. Attending were state representatives Holly Brink and Dustin Hite and senator Ken Rozenboom. It did not take long for the seats to warm up as questions regarding education and mental health came to the forefront....
02/06/2020 - 12:27pm
NEW SHARON – North Mahaska and HLV are not known for their free throw shooting this season. Tuesday night the two teams combined for 40-of-68 free throws in a four-overtime affair. North Mahaska hit 8-of-10 from the charity stripe in the last overtime to outlast the Warriors 79-73. Through the first 32 minutes North Mahaska was 5-for-17 at...
02/06/2020 - 12:25pm
NEW SHARON – Three questions were on the minds of fans and coaches Jan. 27 when top-ranked Montezuma came to the North Mahaska gym to play the No. 4 Warhawks. How many points would Montezuma’s Shateah Wetering score? Could a sophomore replace NM post player Emma Tyrrel? And could Montezuma control North Mahaska’s strong inside-...
01/30/2020 - 9:24am
NEW SHARON – Members of the North Mahaska School Board heard a report from Neumann Monson Architects and Design Construction Integration Group on the upcoming building project. Sally Obernolte of Neumann Monson and Brandon Schulte of DCI made presentations. Obernolte told those gathered the team was in the design phase of the project. She...
01/30/2020 - 9:12am
FREMONT – Abby can’t figure out why Charlie did not show up for their wedding. Abby’s mother isn’t so sure that is such a bad thing. Charlie is perplexed how hve could have missed the happiest day of his life. In fact, Charlie is missing one whole day of his life and Abby is ready to kill him. Such is the case in the...
01/30/2020 - 8:59am
BELLE PLAINE – North Mahaska’s quest for a South Iowa Cedar League title continued Tuesday with a 60-20 victory at Belle Plaine. The team posted its eighth consecutive win after losing their first two games of the season. North Mahaska’s defense limited the Plainsmen to single-digit scoring in three quarters and shut them out in...
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