Light Up Osceola will illuminate downtown Dec. 4 at Mill Pond Park
“Veterans, you are worth it. This country is worth it and our experiment in democracy is worth it,” said four-star general Joe Votel to a packed house saluting the WWII generation just days after Veteran’s Day.
The Village of Osceola has submitted an application for a Local Road Improvement Program (LRIP) grant for a street project for a $2,145,273 project for 3rd Ave and River Street.
Germaine Ross has resigned as executive director of the Osceola Area Chamber of Commerce after seven years in the position.
It’s not too often the following gets uttered: A Heart of the North team defeats a Big Rivers Conference team in girls basketball.
The Osceola girls basketball team earned its second win of the season thanks to an offensive explosion against Amery Nov. 23.
December is a month with so much to celebrate. People are powered by their Thanksgiving meals and are ready to get busy deckin’ out their homes and yards with reindeers, wreaths and candy canes. Roads are busy with holiday travelers and cars cruising by with christmas trees on top – and some…
Nazi Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels is often quoted as saying “Repeat a lie often enough and it becomes the truth.” In listening to national and regional news reports recently, I think old Joe was on to something.
There are so many things I love about French culture. The language, clothes, and ooh la la, the food.
About four months ago my puppy was running around the yard chasing butterflies and pointing baby toads that were hoping around the yard. Last week he was locking up on perfect points as we roamed across Iowa chasing pheasants. To say Deke has come a long way would be an understatement. Hunti…