For 51-plus years, the bank has been a constant in Judy Hoffman's life so it's understandable that she feels a little trepidation about Dec. 29.
Remember that show “Are you Smarter than a Fifth-Grader?”
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors is considering ways to make the county governing process more efficient while still maintaining transparency to the public.
Nashua-Plainfield School Board members wanted to give their superintendent a nice send-off; after all, they believe Randy Strabala has contributed a lot to the school district over the last 19 1/2 years.
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors voted Monday to freeze their own salaries for next year, then voted to increase the salaries of other county elected officials by a much smaller margin than what had been recommended by the Chic
A Nashua man is pleading not guilty to three separate counts of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor.

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For 51-plus years, the bank has been a constant in Judy Hoffman's life so it's understandable that she feels a little trepidation about Dec. 29. That's "R-Day." That's the last day she will head to Luana Savings Bank for work. When she departs that Friday afternoon, she will be retired. "Oh, in...
Remember that show “Are you Smarter than a Fifth-Grader?” The author of this story certainly does, and he’s also quite happy that he was never on it because last week, he realized he’s not even smarter than a fourth-grader. Not. Even. Close. His lesson came Wednesday when New Hampton Elementary...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors is considering ways to make the county governing process more efficient while still maintaining transparency to the public. The supervisors listened to proposals on last Monday afternoon from human resources consultant Paul Greufe concerning changes to how...
Nashua-Plainfield School Board members wanted to give their superintendent a nice send-off; after all, they believe Randy Strabala has contributed a lot to the school district over the last 19 1/2 years. So on Friday evening at the Nashua Town and Country Club, board members hosted a retirement...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors voted Monday to freeze their own salaries for next year, then voted to increase the salaries of other county elected officials by a much smaller margin than what had been recommended by the Chickasaw County Compensation Board. The supervisors’ salaries will...
A Nashua man is pleading not guilty to three separate counts of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor. William M. Dooly, age 38, filed a not-guilty plea in Chickasaw County Court on Monday, Dec. 11.  Charges were filed on Nov. 16 against Dooly, and he was subsequently arrested by Chickasaw County...

 

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Ethan Leibold scored 26 points with 17 rebounds in the Trojan win over Postville.
Calling someone a beast isn’t generally a compliment, but that was Chris Sullivan’s intent when he gave the label to Ethan Leibold. Just a sophomore, Leibold set the bar pretty high when he set two career highs — 26 points and 17 rebounds —  in a 56-52 win over Postville Friday night. But it took a...
New Hampton/Turkey Valley’s Alex Kriener works to get back points in a match against St. Ansgar’s Jaden Hutchinson in the opening round of the South Winneshiek Invitational Saturday.
Denver had more champs, but New Hampton/Turkey Valley had more “scorers,” if you will. And the lesson of the day on Saturday at the South Winneshiek Invitational was this: It takes an entire team to win a wrestling tournament. Getting points from all 14 of its wrestlers, the Chickasaws got its...
New Hampton’s Dillon Roberson drives around a North Fayette Valley defender during the Chickasaws’ win Saturday night.
The Chickasaws were open for business on Saturday night — and business was good — as the New Hampton boys basketball team employed a workman-like effort, and some solid fundamental basketball, to open up a big second-quarter lead and sustain that through the end of a 65-47 victory over North...
Turkey Valley’s Kassidy Reicks tries to keep New Hampton’s Isabel Leichtman from scoring in the first half of the Chickasaw 70-45 win Saturday.
For a time in the second quarter Saturday night, it looked as if the 1A Turkey Valley girls could stay with the 3A Chickasaws. And even early in the fourth quarter, when New Hampton owned a 20-point lead, Chickasaw coach Chad Pemble wasn’t relaxing. “Turkey Valley is scrappy, they’ve competitive,”...

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