Old Man Winter’s latest appearance in and around Chickasaw County was as nasty as advertised.
NH/TV's Max Babcock was one of four area wrestlers to clinch medals at the state wrestling tournament on Friday. Photo by John Burbridge, Charles City Press
Three New Hampton/Turkey Valley wrestlers and one from Nashua-Plainfield assured themselves Friday of spots on the medal stand with wins at the state wrestling tournament in Des Moines.
New Hampton players celebrate their victory over Aplington-Parkersburg in a Class 2A district semifinal game played in Cresco Friday night.
Dillon Roberson hit a shot in the lane with 11 seconds to go and New Hampton’s defense came up big in the closing seconds to give the Chickasaws a thrilling come-from-behind win over Aplington-Parkersburg in a Class 2A district semifinal game Frid
The audience quiets as the judge announces the piece. The two brothers look out into the audience before they break the silence with their powerful act.
NH/TV's Mason Cleveland, shown here in the first round of the state tournament, won for the 17th time in his last 18 matches to advance to the Class 2A 126-pound semifinals. (Photo by John Burbridge/Charles City Press)
New Hampton/Turkey Valley will send two wrestlers into the semifinal round tonight at the Class 2A state wrestling tournament as both 126-pound Mason Cleveland and 182-pound Evan Rosonke picked up impressive quarterfinal wins Friday afternoon.
Hawks are the most skittish, so she doesn’t have many photos.
NH/TV's Max Babcock was one of four area wrestlers to clinch medals at the state wrestling tournament on Friday. Photo by John Burbridge, Charles City Press
New Hampton players celebrate their victory over Aplington-Parkersburg in a Class 2A district semifinal game played in Cresco Friday night.
NH/TV's Mason Cleveland, shown here in the first round of the state tournament, won for the 17th time in his last 18 matches to advance to the Class 2A 126-pound semifinals. (Photo by John Burbridge/Charles City Press)

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Old Man Winter’s latest appearance in and around Chickasaw County was as nasty as advertised.About the only thing missing from the storm that started Monday night and wreaked havoc through Wednesday was the arctic cold of a couple of weeks ago, but it delivered plenty of snow — eight inches in New...
The audience quiets as the judge announces the piece. The two brothers look out into the audience before they break the silence with their powerful act.Will and Elliot Throndson know every line, every word, every movement by heart. The emotion on their faces and the tones of their voices pull in...
Hawks are the most skittish, so she doesn’t have many photos.But Lori Frisch can tell the story of the one hawk in her wildlife and landscape photography exhibit, “All God’s Creatures Great and Small,” on display through March 10 at the Carnegie Cultural Center. The Carnegie, at 7 N. Water Ave.,...
When the Turkey Valley and New Hampton school boards met for their annual joint meeting last week, both sides had plenty to celebrate.Both districts that share Jay Jurrens as a superintendent have robust unspent authorized budgets and this year garnered a combined $435,000 and change from state...
Numerous Nashua residents have been to City Council meetings to urge city leaders to do something about the water issues which have plagued Greeley Street for years.Residents raised many concerns about the problems which they say seem to be getting worse.It was agreed from the first discussion this...
For the first month and a half of “meteorological winter,” Nashua-Plainfield and rest of the state’s schools figuratively had clear sailing.But boy have the waters been choppy lately.Tuesday marked the eighth weather-related cancellation of classes, and throw in one other day in which school was...

 

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NH/TV's Max Babcock was one of four area wrestlers to clinch medals at the state wrestling tournament on Friday. Photo by John Burbridge, Charles City Press
Three New Hampton/Turkey Valley wrestlers and one from Nashua-Plainfield assured themselves Friday of spots on the medal stand with wins at the state wrestling tournament in Des Moines. The Chickasaws got quarterfinal wins from Mason Cleveland at 126 and Evan Rosonke at 182 while Max Babcock...
New Hampton players celebrate their victory over Aplington-Parkersburg in a Class 2A district semifinal game played in Cresco Friday night.
Dillon Roberson hit a shot in the lane with 11 seconds to go and New Hampton’s defense came up big in the closing seconds to give the Chickasaws a thrilling come-from-behind win over Aplington-Parkersburg in a Class 2A district semifinal game Friday. Roberson’s game-winner lifted New Hampton into...
NH/TV's Mason Cleveland, shown here in the first round of the state tournament, won for the 17th time in his last 18 matches to advance to the Class 2A 126-pound semifinals. (Photo by John Burbridge/Charles City Press)
New Hampton/Turkey Valley will send two wrestlers into the semifinal round tonight at the Class 2A state wrestling tournament as both 126-pound Mason Cleveland and 182-pound Evan Rosonke picked up impressive quarterfinal wins Friday afternoon. Cleveland rallied from a 4-1 first-period deficit to...
Defense by Kaylee Eggerichs and Maddi Moorman forces a Crestwood turnover in a defensive battle against the Cadets Wednesday.
Defensively, New Hampton did exactly what they were supposed to do Wednesday night in the second round of regional action. In a season where the defense has excelled, the Chickasaws outdid themselves against Crestwood.  But  it didn’t lead to a win. “Our defense, that’s not why we lost this game,”...

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