New Hampton trapshooters Dwight Schwickerath (left) and Devin Orthaus “fist bump” after their squad finished off a solid round at the state meet Saturday morning.
The New Hampton trapshooting team has possessed a tradition of excellence, and this excellence was displayed throughout the entire season and carried into the state meet this past weekend at Cedar Falls Gun Club.
The idea is simple yet twofold: Give Baby Sterling the memorial service he deserves and bring healing to a community.
Jason Speltz’s first Heartland Days as a member of New Horizons-Chamber was back in 2012, which means this upcoming weekend’s celebration will be his eighth with the organization that puts on New Hampton’s annual celebration.
Iowa's Cole McDonald delivers a pitch this past season, and on Wednesday, he realized his dream of playing professional baseball as he was drafted by the Houston Astros. (Photo courtesy of the University of Iowa)
We’re guessing a whole bunch of New Hampton-area residents have just become pretty big Houston Astros fans as the team drafted former Chickasaw and University of Iowa pitcher Cole McDonald in the 15th round of the Major League Baseball draft.
New Hampton senior Regan Gebel embraces her coach, Eric Olson, after playing her last hole at the Class 2A state golf tournament on Wednesday.
Regan Gebel didn’t give a you-know-what about the forecast after the first day of the Class 2A state golf tournament.
Tara Hackman concedes she’s a bit befuddled by the slow pace of registrations for the New Hampton Parks and Recreation Department’s Camp Creamery that will be held, hopefully, later this month.
New Hampton trapshooters Dwight Schwickerath (left) and Devin Orthaus “fist bump” after their squad finished off a solid round at the state meet Saturday morning.
Iowa's Cole McDonald delivers a pitch this past season, and on Wednesday, he realized his dream of playing professional baseball as he was drafted by the Houston Astros. (Photo courtesy of the University of Iowa)
New Hampton senior Regan Gebel embraces her coach, Eric Olson, after playing her last hole at the Class 2A state golf tournament on Wednesday.

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The idea is simple yet twofold: Give Baby Sterling the memorial service he deserves and bring healing to a community. So on Saturday morning, the residents of Alta Vista, the law enforcement personnel, the first responders and the prosecutors whose lives were forever changed that day almost two...
Jason Speltz’s first Heartland Days as a member of New Horizons-Chamber was back in 2012, which means this upcoming weekend’s celebration will be his eighth with the organization that puts on New Hampton’s annual celebration. And here’s the deal: Speltz is adamant that Mother Nature owes him and...
Tara Hackman concedes she’s a bit befuddled by the slow pace of registrations for the New Hampton Parks and Recreation Department’s Camp Creamery that will be held, hopefully, later this month. “After last year, so many people said they loved it and urged us to bring it back,” said Hackman, the...
The adrenaline in Christy Roethler’s voice was still loud and clear Sunday morning, but the co-chairperson of the committee that put on one heck of an Alta Vista Days celebration couldn’t help but laugh when she was asked about a possible nap later in the day. “I think I’ll be ready, but right now...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors on Monday moved in the direction of agreeing to for half of a two-year ambulance contract. After a long discussion, board members reached a consensus that they were would pay for half of the contract with the Chickasaw Ambulance Service that the Chickasaw...
New Hampton resident Marge TeKippe speaks during the open forum portion of Thursday's Ambulance Council meeting.
The Chickasaw County Ambulance Council approved a two-year contract with the Chickasaw Ambulance Service Thursday, ending a meeting that lasted more than two hours and was contentious, to say the least, at times. Council members voted 5-4 to send a contract to the supervisors that calls on the...

 

Sports

 

The Turkey Valley baseball team suffered a defeat in their lone contest last week, as Waukon claimed victory on their home field 10-0 in six innings on Wednesday. Elliott Dietzenbach started on the mound for the Trojans, giving up seven runs (four earned), eight hits, and striking out two. Kannon...
Turkey Valley’s Kaylie Klimesh fires a shot during a trapshooting meet held last month in Jackson Junction.
When the state trapshooting meet came to an end on Sunday, there was one Turkey Valley shooter who could call herself the best - Kaylie Klimesh.  Out of the 243 girls who competed at Cedar Falls Gun Club this past weekend, Klimesh tied for first with Ankeny Centennial’s Erin Neppl with a 196. This...
Turkey Valley’s Kara Reicks fires a throw to first base to record an out in the Trojans’ win over Central Elkader last Wednesday.
When the ball sailed over the fence in Turkey Valley’s second game against Central Elkader Wednesday, Shayla Kuennen didn’t realize it hit the scoreboard, then bounced back onto the field. “I just started running right away so I could get at least a double,” she said of her second home run of the...
New Hampton senior Natalie Hoey connects for a base hit during Friday night’s game against MFL-Mar-Mac.
After having just one home run all last year, senior Kayla Crooks has hit four in the past seven games and been red hot at the plate. She has been a big reason for New Hampton’s 11-4 start this year. “The first time I hit one I was like ‘Whoa, I don’t know where that came from.’ Then it just kept...

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