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The eight couples who will compete in New Hampton’s version of Dancing with the Stars have been announced, and they represent a diverse lot.“I think one thing we worried about as we put this together is would people be willing to get on stage and do this,” Dancing with the Stars Committee member...
Maybe this says it best when it comes to the so-called “Polar Vortex” that gave area residents a look at life in a deep freeze this week.On Wednesday, when the temperature reached 16 below around 3 p.m., we actually said to ourselves, “Hey, it’s warmer than they said it was going to be.”Yep, we...
Items needed to keep Sterling Koehn alive and healthy were found in the Alta Vista apartment where he lived with his parents and older sister, according to sheriff’s investigators.Sterling was found dead in a maggot-infested swing seat Aug. 30, 2017. An autopsy determined he died of malnutrition,...
A Nashua-Plainfield High School senior has been named a candidate in U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.Drew Moine became the second Nashua-Plainfield student to receive the honor in the past two years as 2018 graduate Caleb Lines was also named a candidate a year ago.He is one of 4,500 candidates...
Like all great art, love and death were the themes at the 14th Cowboy Poetry event on Friday and Saturday at the Starlite Ballroom in Lawler, with an infusion of philanthropy.It was also a first: The first Cowboy Poetry event hosted by the Lawler Lions Club, after they took the baton for the...
Remember December, when we were wondering if winter was ever really going to settle in over the area?Back then, we were basking in a plethora of 40-degree days and wondering if the rain was ever going to turn into snow.But when Old Man Winter finally decided to make an appearance, he obviously hasn...
Surprises around every corner, kilts, bagpipes and food made for a great celebration at the historic Little Brown Church Sunday.In other words, it wasn’t your typical Sunday service at “The Church in the Wildwood.” After all, how often does a bagpiper play “Auld Lang Syne” or when’ s the last time...
The good news is that New Hampton Community Schools has quite possibly never been in better financial shape.The bad news is school finances are always changing, so if “nothing changes” in NewHampton, that rosy financial picture won’t last all that long.Superintendent Jay Jurrens presented budget...
Chickasaw County's 180th Street, northeast of New Hampton, is covered with snow Wednesday afternoon.
Area schoolchildren will get a fourth straight day off from school Thursday as superintendents called off classes as the area braced for another night of dangerously cold temperatures and wind chills. The biggest issue facing school officials was the fact that a number of counties, including...
It’s not every day that a U.S. senator throws a New Hampton business a bouquet, but then again, New Hampton Metal Fab has plenty to celebrate these days.Sixteen months after the manufacturer merged with a Mediapolis firm and a few months after purchasing an Ohio business, the company that services...

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