An Iowa Department of Transportation plow clears snow off of Main Street in New Hampton Wednesday morning.
Chickasaw County Sheriff Marty Hemann answer was quick Wednesday morning when asked about traveling.
Almost a month into the season, Chickasaw County residents are stil waiting for spring, and they're going to be waiting a little longer, too.
New Hampton’s Marcy Uglum clears the bar in the high jump at Thursday’s New Hampton Coed Invitational.
Don’t get New Hampton girls track coach Jeanette Laures wrong, she loved the fact that her team finally got to run a meet this past Thursday when the Chickasaws hosted the New Hampton Coed.
New Hampton’s Noah Fenske throws the shot put as track teams finally got to compete in an outdoor meet at the New Hampton Coed Thursday.
Just the fact that his boys finally got to compete in an outdoor meet was enough for New Hampton track coach Scott Frerichs.
The line of the weekend may have been overheard at Kwik Star Sunday afternoon. “I don’t really give a you-know-what that it could have been a lot worse. This just sucks.”
The New Hampton School Board gave the go-ahead Tuesday night for members of the New Hampton Alumni Association to begin a fundraising campaign for a larger vocational agriculture and industrial technology center.
An Iowa Department of Transportation plow clears snow off of Main Street in New Hampton Wednesday morning.
New Hampton’s Marcy Uglum clears the bar in the high jump at Thursday’s New Hampton Coed Invitational.
New Hampton’s Noah Fenske throws the shot put as track teams finally got to compete in an outdoor meet at the New Hampton Coed Thursday.

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An Iowa Department of Transportation plow clears snow off of Main Street in New Hampton Wednesday morning.
Chickasaw County Sheriff Marty Hemann answer was quick Wednesday morning when asked about traveling. "Don't do it," he said. "It's just nasty out right now. The plows are doing their best, but the snow's falling so fast, it's almost impossible to keep up." Hemann wasn't kidding as snow was falling...
Almost a month into the season, Chickasaw County residents are stil waiting for spring, and they're going to be waiting a little longer, too. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning from 7 a.m. Wednesday through 1 a.m. Thursday for the county, and forecasters say up to eight...
The line of the weekend may have been overheard at Kwik Star Sunday afternoon. “I don’t really give a you-know-what that it could have been a lot worse. This just sucks.” Maybe we’ve been wrong; maybe spring really isn’t coming this year.For a fourth straight weekend, Chickasaw County received a...
The New Hampton School Board gave the go-ahead Tuesday night for members of the New Hampton Alumni Association to begin a fundraising campaign for a larger vocational agriculture and industrial technology center.FFA Alumni President James Frantzen said the organization would seek pledges to help...
Diane Day began her reading program for ages zero to 5 on Wednesday at the New Hampton Public Library, with a deceptively tough question.“Does anyone know what season it is?”“Winter!” a child blurted. One would think so from the cold weather and snowbanks, but no.“There are four seasons of the year...
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Week will be celebrated next week, and Iowa’s 100 county extension and outreach offices will host community service activities during the week and throughout the month of April. “Community service is one more way ISU Extension and Outreach engages Iowans...

 

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Nashua-Plainfield’s Makenna Nelson runs to a sixth-place finish in the 100-meter dash at last week’s New Hampton Coed Invitational.
Kristi Hannemann will be the first one to say this has been her most challenging season as Nashua-Plainfield’s girls track coach.Oh, the kids are fine. They’re working hard. They have a good attitude. And they have some talent, too.But …“I just said to a friend, ‘I’ve never had to coach without...
Like all spring coaches, John Reicks has had to be creative when it comes to spring practices. After all, it’s not like he can take his tractor and clear off the course at Jackson Heights.He might try it, if he could. Thursday’s meet against Clayton Ridge and Waukon — held at Guttenberg — was the...
Lindsey Jackson hands off the baton to Turkey Valley teammate Lydia Schuchhardt during the sprint medley relay in the first race of the meet at the New Hampton Coed Invitational Thursday.
Even before the season started, Turkey Valley’s girls had to be considered an underdog at the New Hampton coed invitational. They were smallest school in the field, which included seven 2A and 1A schools.But with the lack of track meets, a couple more schools wanted in on the meet, so 4A Iowa City...
Turkey Valley’s Kyle Langreck anchors the shuttle hurdle relay as track teams finally got to compete in an outdoor meet at the New Hampton Coed Thursday.
The fact that Turkey Valley’s boys finished third in the nine-team New Hampton coed invitational Thursday came as no shock to coach Mark Scott, despite the Trojans being the smallest school in the field.“Surprised, no,” he said of the team’s efforts. “Happy, yes.”There were a pair of 3A schools in...

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