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Latest Osceola Items
Wildlife officials in northwestern Wisconsin are trying to trap a family of black bears that has been digging through trash bins in the small town of Osceola.
A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit by the city of Osceola in which it tried to recover $4.9 million from Entergy Arkansas in a dispute over wholesale electricity prices.
The U.S. Commerce Department is awarding a $1.2 million grant to Osceola so the city can build infrastructure to support a planned $1.1 billion steel mill.
A planned $1.2 billion steel mill planned for northeast Arkansas cleared an important hurdle Friday with a state regulatory panel's approval of its air quality permit.
The Osceola City Council has scheduled a meeting to discuss issuing $1.5 billion of economic development bonds for the Big River Steel mill.
A student sitting atop a speckled Appaloosa and wearing a headdress and war paint will ride to the 30-yard line before the BCS title game and plant a flaming spear into the turf.
Fuzzy or fierce? Sweet or scary? Goofy or graceful?