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The proposed TRIBE Trail took a giant step toward becoming a reality last week when officials were notified that it had received a $75,000 grant.“It’s a big one, and really gets us to work on ‘Phase 1’ of the project,” New Hampton Parks and Recreation Director Rick Kramer said. “This is huge for us...
If you pass a New Hampton Light Plant employee working on a power line or trimming a tree these days, don’t look twice.Yes, those hard hats are pink.October is Breast Cancer Awareness and the “color” marking breast cancer is pink, and a few weeks ago, Light Plant employees Craig Mai, Mark Andera...
When visiting the courthouse this month you will see an additional display on the first floor - a purple silhouette with a story to tell. The project belongs to the Domestic Abuse Resource Center who is bringing awareness to Chickasaw County in the month of October which is National Domestic...
As of August, Homeland Energy Solutions in Lawler has made over the 1 billion gallons of ethanol that was all produced locally! Kevin Howes, plant manager, said Homeland Energy Solutions has expanded through optimization first and then capital investments.“The company strives to get the most out of...
The New Hampton Tribune will once again honor area veterans during Veterans Day week with a commemorative special section.Tribune General Manager Kim Bucknell announced recently that the newspaper would once again publish its Veterans Day Commemorative Edition that includes an honor roll of all...
The weather was perfect — well, almost — and the Exhibit A was the number of people who turned out for Tuesday evening’s Halloween Hikes at Twin Ponds Nature Center.“A frost last night would have cut down on the mosquitoes,” Chickasaw County Conservation Board Naturalist Matt Crayne said, “but...
No matter what happens in Indianapolis next week, Michael Tupper knows this odyssey was worth it.The 2014 New Hampton High School graduate and 2015-16 state FFA president is running for one of nine national FFA officer positions, and he has spent months preparing for the grueling election process...
Work continues at Adolph Munson Park as the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors look to find homes for the many artifacts located at the park.Chickasaw County entities including the Old Bradford Pioneer Museum, Carnegie Cultural Center and the Chickasaw County Conservation Board had a meeting at...
The Nashua-Plainfield High School band got up early on Saturday morning to head to Dubuque Senior High School for State Marching Band contest. The band students all showed up on time and no one had to be called or picked up on the way.The band performed at 9:15 a.m. at Dalzell Field along with 16...
St. John Lutheran Church hosted a Town Hall meeting about the underage drinking and drug problem in Nashua and Chickasaw County. Members of the Nashua Police Department and St. John Lutheran Church attended this meeting and numbers were not at all what they were expecting.The meeting was a chance...

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