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A Legacy of Local Leadership – Sandy Kale Steps Down as Commission Chair

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Sandy Kale, Chairperson for the Clarke County Reservoir Commission since its inception, stepped down from the position in July. Brandon Patterson, Osceola Water Works Superintendent, was elected as the new CCRC Chairperson to complete the vision that began nearly 30 years ago. Sandy has spent much of

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Osceola Businesses & SWCC Partner to Boost Adult Education & Job Skills

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Southwestern Community College (SWCC), with the support of several Osceola, Iowa businesses and the Clarke County Development Corporation (CCDC) is offering a free applied mathematics course for adults looking to advance their careers. Kim Oaks, Director of Business and Industry Workforce Preparation in the Continuing Education Department

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New Clarke County Bike Share Program Up & Running

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Clarke County Public Health is proud to announce their new Bike Share program is ready for Osceola and surrounding communities! Osceola boasts some beautiful parks and colorful scenery at this time of year, and Clarke County Public Health has made it easy for you to get out

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Osceola's Melissa Snell Receives Governor's Volunteer Award

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Melissa Snell of Osceola received a Governor’s Volunteer Award from Governor Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg during a special recognition ceremony held September 25 in Pleasant Hill. Melissa Snell, an employee of Clarke County State Bank, was honored with a 10 year individual length of

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Clarke Elementary Wins HealthierUS School Challenge Award

Clarke Elementary students took part in a couple of great events Wednesday, celebrating the progress the school and its students have made toward better health. The Clarke Elementary Parent-Teacher Community Organization held its 3rd Annual “Indian Walk” on Wednesday. Students walked through a light drizzle from the elementary

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NOTICE: Watch for Water Works Annual Treatment Change

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Starting in October, Osceola Water Works will begin transitioning to winter maintenance and will be making a change in the water treatment process. While residents may notice a difference, there will be no cause for alarm. In early October, the water works department will begin their annual fire

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Clarke County Nonprofit Forum Deadline Quickly Approaching

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Each year, the Clarke County Development Corporation puts together a Community Development Forum for local nonprofit groups to network, share their successes and put forth their plans for the next year. It’s a great event that gives tremendous exposure to local charitable groups and the important work

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October Job Fair to Feature Regional Businesses and Job Opportunities

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In recognition of October’s Manufacturer’s Month, businesses from Osceola and south-central Iowa will be taking part in a pair of unique, two-day job fair focused on manufacturing and regional employment opportunities. Thursday, October 5th at Lakeside Casino from 9:00am to 3:00pm, businesses will gather to meet with

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You Can “Walk the Block” With Osceola’s Sidewalk Assistance Program

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Osceola sidewalks and walkways need some TLC, but we can’t do it without YOU! It’s time to Walk the Block with your neighbors! Last year, Osceola City Council approved a new program called “Walk the Block” that will benefit Osceola and all of its residents. When residents

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Osceola Rec Center Plan Moves to Next Stage

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The September 19th Osceola City Council meeting will prove to be a pivotal moment for the future of the Osceola Recreation Center. With the commitment of the non-profit Operation Recreation, The Arts and Rec Council, Osceola’s Parks and Recreation department and board, local businesses and volunteers, a

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