Steve McGrath admits it’s going to be a little strange when he walks into work at Ag Land Implement on Wednesday. For the first time since 1939, the business won’t be owned by a McGrath.
It’s the virus that just doesn’t want to go away, and with five new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in the past five days, the administrator of Chickasaw County Pubic Health and Homecare Services Chickasaw wants to remind residents to do their part ov
It was definitely the feel good story on social media this past Friday.
There was lightning, thunder and a torrential downpour topped off with a barrage of hail that rained down on the softball field near Jackson Junction Wednesday night.
The strangest academic year in the history of Nashua-Plainfield Community Schools finally came to an end this past Sunday.
This was not supposed to be the way their season year was supposed to go.

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Steve McGrath admits it’s going to be a little strange when he walks into work at Ag Land Implement on Wednesday. For the first time since 1939, the business won’t be owned by a McGrath. “That’s always hard because it’s been a big part of our family for a long, long time,” he said and then flashed...
It’s the virus that just doesn’t want to go away, and with five new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in the past five days, the administrator of Chickasaw County Pubic Health and Homecare Services Chickasaw wants to remind residents to do their part over the holiday weekend to slow the spread of the...
It was definitely the feel good story on social media this past Friday. The night before, two New Hampton police officers joined a third-grade baseball team coached by Jeremy Bouska and Danielle Tiemessen for a little ball, and to say it was heartwarming would be an understatement. And those two...
The strangest academic year in the history of Nashua-Plainfield Community Schools finally came to an end this past Sunday. Forty-two days after commencement was supposed to be held inside the high school gymnasium, 33 seniors received their diplomas on the track at the school’s football field. It...
The Iowa Department of Education last week provided guidance to schools as they reopen, and the report that said schools should not screen students and staff upon entering buildings or requiring face coverings generated protest among the state’s teachers and administrators “The Iowa Department of...
It was a long time coming, but New Hampton High School’s seniors finally got their day. Call it Commencement, Part II. Forty-two days after they took part in a virtual ceremony, the members of the Class of 2020 finally had their day in the sun. And we mean that literally as a short ceremony was...

 

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There was lightning, thunder and a torrential downpour topped off with a barrage of hail that rained down on the softball field near Jackson Junction Wednesday night. That seems to be about the only thing that can slow down the juggernaut offense of the Turkey Valley softball team this summer....
This was not supposed to be the way their season year was supposed to go. OK, that may be the biggest “duh” statement written on the pages of the Tribune, but we’re not talking about missing the last two months of school, not having prom, going through a virtual commencement and having a live...
Start with the good news: The New Hampton softball team showed off a little power as it went 2-1 last week. The bad news? The Chickasaws still have a ways to go to catch the elite teams of the Northeast Iowa Conference after falling to Crestwood 10-2 on Friday night. The loss came after the...
Dan Stepan couldn’t help but chuckle when asked about the milestone win his Turkey Valley baseball team gave him last Tuesday. So coach, win No. 300, great players or old age? “Probably a little of both,” he said. “It does mean I’ve been doing this for a long time, but I think it also says...

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