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Something is definitely cracking up St. Joseph Community School second-grader Wyatt Kainia  as he talks with first-grader Henry Rochford during the school’s annual Christmas program that was held on Sunday afternoon.— For more photos, see the Dec. 14 New Hampton Tribune.
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to enter a dispatch sharing contract between the Sheriff’s Office and the city of Nashua. Nashua City Council and officials passed and signed a related resolution earlier this month, and accepted the sharing agreement following a final...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors accepted resignation letters from the county’s chief medical examiner and a medical examiner investigator as of Monday, both dated last week.The board appoints the county medical examiner to a two-year term, starting about Jan. 1 and fills any vacancy for...
Children in Nashua prepared for Santa’s approaching visit to their home by hand-painting paper plates to hold Christmas cookies at the Nashua Public Library on Saturday morning as parents and grandparents watched.The sounds of holiday music on acoustic and electric guitar and bells filled the...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors heard from its financial consultant to gather information toward setting the levy rate based on the assumption the county will decide to bond for the radio communication project.New valuation information is out, which affects how much a given levy will...
If you like warm weather — or at least what qualifies as such in Northeast Iowa — you’re going to love this weekend’s forecast.If you’re the type of person who wants a “white Christmas,” well … there’s still hope, but it’s fading.What little snow cover that remains in and around Chickasaw County is...
Third-graders and family members listened as a YouTube blogger described how to make fleece tie blankets, then they tried it.About 20 parents and grandparents assisted students in three third-grade sections taught by Shelly Reicks, Chris Paulus and Stefanie Throndson at New Hampton Elementary in...
Nearly three out of five people age 65 and older told pollsters it is “normal” to become depressed as they age, a recent study by Mental Health America found.Though many triggers to depression are likely to increase with aging, such as loss of health and loss of family and friends, seniors should...
Members of seven area churches and the greater community celebrated the birth of Christ with music by congregating on Sunday afternoon at St. John Lutheran Church.The Rev. Drew McHolm, interim pastor at the Little Brown Church, began the service with prayer.“Feliz Navidad” began the music portion...
Brenna Throndson had played Minecraft before but the 12 levels she and her New Hampton Elementary fourth-grade peers completed last week were different from normal Minecraft.“You get [to assemble] code blocks to make it move,” Throndson explained. “It will give you ‘turn right,’ ‘turn left,’ ‘move...

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