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Blue Zones hold cooking demonstration at farmers' market
OSKALOOSA — Two local chefs gave a cooking demonstration at the Oskaloosa Farmers’ Market Tuesday afternoon to show just what you can do with produce you buy there. Renee Edgar and Michael Glesener set up a portable kitchen on the east side of the cit
- Suit: Nursing home not providing information KEOSAUQUA — Plaintiffs in a suit against an area nursing home have accused the defendants of dragging their heels in providing required information. The case involves the family of Mary Sprouse, who died after a fall at the Good Samaritan Society’s f
- Group to give advice on Lee County's consolidation MONTROSE, Iowa (AP) — A committee plans to turn in a recommendation soon to officials on whether Lee County should keep its unique distinction of two county seats. The committee said Tuesday it will submit a recommendation to the Lee County Board of
Three charged with forgery
Three suspects were arrested in Knoxville last night for allegedly passing counterfeit bills.
- Help honor World War II soldier Larry “The Flagman” Eckhardt is once again seeking local volunteers to help honor a fallen soldier from Appanoose County.Eckhardt is seeking volunteers to help set out flags along the route between Centerville and Moulton that will be used by the fun
- Plea settles kidnapping case OTTUMWA — An Ottumwa man originally charged with kidnapping will not serve prison time after a plea bargain to a lesser charge. Adem Anota received a sentence of one year in jail with credit for time served and the balance suspended after pleading gu
Civil case focuses on Oskaloosa Water Board
The removal of a board trustee has gone to court in a dispute over whether the mayor had the authority to act.
When your doctor commits suicide, things get complicated
When they call for appointments, patients are told they can't see their doctor. Ever. The standard line: "We are sorry, but your doctor died suddenly."
Why fewer people go bowling
Like other industries facing tough economic times, America's bowling centers are trying to reinvent themselves.
- Local organic food business thrives VEDIC CITY — Iowa residents can find vegetables on their plates that were picked as early as that morning from the Maharishi World Peace Vedic Organics Greenhouses. Contrary to its name, the organic greenhouse goes beyond organic with its biodynamic
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