Two Pella Community students and one Pella Christian student received first, second and third place in the Pella American Legion’s annual flag essay contest.
Central College students Wyatt Crosby, junior, and Terry Hefel, sophomore, spent the week prior to the spring semester at Leighton State Bank. They were two of 44 students to take advantage of Central College’s Career Kickstarter program.
Central College and its accounting faculty and students are offering free income tax preparation services for Marion County residents. This assistance is made possible through a grant from the Iowa Center for Economic Success.
DES MOINES – The Iowa Finance Authority recently announced the award of more than $6.4 million in grants to 27 Local Housing Trust Funds to support local affordable housing initiatives, including the Central Iowa Housing Trust Fund.
A snow ordinance has been issued for the city of Pella, beginning at 6 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 17 and will remain in effect until further notice. Vehicles remaining on the street or in public parking lots are subject to ticketing and/or towing.
IOWA CITY -- In December, more than 1,800 University of Iowa undergraduate, graduate, and professional students participated in ceremonies celebrating the end of one chapter and the beginning of another, including two Pella students.
The Second Reformed Church Story Slam returns for a third year starting Thursday, Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. after a popular run the past three years.
The Pella Opera House is excited to host the return of the Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) for a production and performance of Pinocchio from Feb.10 to Feb. 15.
After sitting abandoned for 10 years, local officials announced the Knoxville Veterans Administration campus is now owned and controlled by the local government.
The time has come for the Pella Chronicle’s annual Honor Roll, a time we take to honor the local businesses in our community. This year, we’re highlighting Two Rivers Cooperative, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this month.
The Pella School District’s vision of learning, student and faculty culture, community collaboration and management were all key points of analysis for the school board’s annual review of Superintendent Greg Ebeling.
The Office of the Registrar at Northwest Missouri State University announced students named to the Academic or President's honor rolls at the end of the 2019 fall semester.
The Community 1st Credit Union Foundation awarded a $5,000 grant to 818 Forward with Faith of Pella and a $1,000 grant to the Pella Early Learning Center on Jan. 10.
Amusement Recreation, such as miniature golf, billiard or bowling centers and game arcades, will be allowed on West Washington and Main Street with a special use permit.
The Libertarian Party of Iowa has announced it will host caucuses in twenty-two counties and a virtual caucus for those in rural counties or who are unable to attend in-person.
The Marion County Employer’s Council of Iowa will host Dr. Sarah Derry, who will present on the STEM BEST Program. Learn how to become a business partner and create leaders out of students in your community.
The Pella Professional and Business Women’s Forum (PPBWF) will feature guest speaker Robin Pfalzgraf, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Marion County.
The Pella Community Foundation awarded its first $25,000 Impact Grant to help fund phase I of the Wonder Spelen Inclusive Playground planned for Pella’s Kiwanis Park.
Central College will welcome the works of Jonathan McFadden from Jan. 20 through Feb. 14 in the Mills Gallery in the Lubbers Center for the Visual Arts.
The Mahaska County Master Gardeners are hosting an Earthworm Casting/Vermicomposting (composting by worms) speaker on Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 6:30 p.m. It will be held at the Mahaska County Extension Office, 212 N. I Street, Oskaloosa.
Central College's Central RED Society invites its members to sit in on three presentations of "The January Series," a collection of speakers at Calvin University in Michigan that is designed to provoke "deep thought and conversations about important issues of the day in order to inspire cult…
The Pella Public Library is continuing Conversations in Spanish, a popular program started at the library last summer, as an opportunity for those wanting to improve their Spanish skills or for fluent speakers to converse.
AMES – Women landowners, farmers and ag retailers will have the opportunity to meet to learn more about growing alternative crops in Iowa through a distance-learning session of Agronomy in the Field.
The Marion County Sheriff’s Office has taken a pledge to keep tobacco, alternative nicotine and vapor products out of the hands of Marion County’s youth.
This Week's Circulars
Beverly J. Kucera died at eighty-eight in Bloomington, MN on January 1, 2020. She was born in Ivanhoe, MN. After completing a teaching degree, she moved to Hopkins, MN. There she met Allan, her husband of over forty-five years. They started raising a family in Illinois, then Missouri. Afterw…
- That memorable first state basketball title
- Winter-related announcements: Friday, Jan. 17
- More snow, ice expected tomorrow
- American Legion recognizes flag contest winners
- Pella Police Report
- Old Man Winter visits Pella
- Woman reports bathroom sexual assault
- Supervisors approve final site plan for Sanctuary Garden Farms
- Two Rivers Cooperative celebrates 100 years
- Pella students graduate from UI
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