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The New Hampton City Council heard from representatives from Hacker/Nelson regarding the annual audit for 2016/17 at the regular meeting on Monday. The council was informed that revenues were larger than expenditures, expenses were consistent with the previous year, and the city of New Hampton was...
PHOTO: New Hampton High School’s gym was filled Wednesday evening with students, parents and community members for a “Showcase Night” to show what students and staff did during the school’s J-Term. Taylor Philo shows off some of the art work she and her friends made in their “Clay and Glass” class...
Chickasaw County has been spared the worst of an influenza outbreak, but area health officials say they are keeping a close eye on the situation. “We monitor it every day,” Mercy Medical Center-New Hampton CEO Aaron Flugum said. “We’ve definitely seen how serious influenza can be this year.” Eight...
Tammy Drew wants the Moonshine Tap in North Washington to be the kind of place where everyone knows your name. “Everybody is welcome here,” she said. “I want families to come in, I want couples to come in, I want singles to come in — I want us all to mingle together and enjoy each other.” Drew and...
*/ Tribune Assistant Editor James Grob clicked the camera as a bald eagle surveyed the scene from a tree top north of Alta Vista and south of Elma on Wednesday afternoon. The bird patiently waited for Grob to move on and get out of the way so it could continue feasting on a delicious dinner it...
It’s the third week in January, and the Nashua City Council has yet to hold a meeting, but voters in the city will take care of that issue on Tuesday when they return to the voting booth to elect two new City Council members. As of right now, the council has just three members — Tom Johnson, Ryan...
A standoff with area law enforcement ended with one person dead, shot by officers Wednesday evening. According to the Bremer County Sheriff’s Office, the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office received a call at about 8:30 p.m. of a man with a gun pointed at his own head at Love’s Travel Stop in Floyd....
Meryl Schmitz glanced at the pattern one final time and began pinning her project. “I’m learning, let’s put it that way,” the New Hampton High School freshman said. “I hadn’t really sewed at all before this, but I like clothes and I thought, ‘J-Term’s supposed to be different so let’s do it.’ And...
Jenny Adam smiled when she was asked about the differences she sees in her bands at New Hampton Middle School. “Let’s put it this way,” the band director said, “the Fifth-Grade Band doesn’t look anything like the older kids’ band. The energy level, the seriousness, it’s entirely different.” She...
Suellen Kolbet’s retirement isn’t going to last all that long. The longtime New Hampton city clerk’s last day of work for the city will be May 25, and she’ll get a a little more than a month to enjoy the full benefits of retirement before she heads back to work. That’s because this past week,...

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