About the Osceola Sentinel-Tribune
Founded in 1847, the Osceola Sentinel-Tribune is a weekly publication with a circulation of 6,850. A division of Shaw Media, the Sentinel-Tribune is published every Thursday.
Osceola Sentinel-Tribune: 6,900
The Advertiser: 20,000
The underlying purpose of the Osceola Sentinel-Tribune is to provide timely, relevant information to the residents of Clarke County.
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Osceola is located at the junction of Interstate 35 and U.S. Routes 34 and 69. It lies 35 miles (56km) north of the Missouri border. Osceola is the county seat of Clarke County. The local economy relies heavily on agriculture with a mix of light industrial and warehouse/distribution facilities.
Clarke County, Iowa and surrounding area.
Things To Do:
Area recreation includes restaurants, shopping, movie theater, bowling alley, East Lake Park, Lakeside Casino and Clarke County Speedway.
Median Home Price: $105,000