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Former Supervisor Rick Holthaus was seriously considered for the position of Chickasaw County Veterans Affairs administrator but has withdrawn his name after hearing complaints from county veterans who want a veteran in that position.When Dave Jacobsen retired from the Veterans Affairs director...
To clear up rumors, Chickasaw County Attorney Pat Wegman and many county employees met with the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors to discuss the county’s plans when it comes to offering employees family health insurance coverage.Wegman told the board many employees have been hearing different...
New Hampton’s new middle school is taking shape, but the project may not be bid until later this summer as revisions are made to the project that will be funded by the $19.415 million bond referendum voters approved in February.School Board members met with the district’s consultant and architect,...
Vendors were selling spring, Easter, books and many other items while at the Gateway to Northeast Iowa Welcome Center on Saturday morning. The Spring Vendor Show showcased 15 vendors this year with two food booths raising money for great causes.Many came out for shopping with the local vendors like...
Earlier this month, Kevin Potratz picked up Ramsey Bark, Blaine Bark and Nate Masters for a “road trip.”These three young men had been teammates of Potratz’s late son, Alex, who died in a tragic accident in September 2013.They were also players for one of Nashua-Plainfield previous football coaches...
The Nashua-Plainfield Lions Club members have been busy ahead of time selling tickets for their annual fish fry which was held on Friday evening at the Nashua Town and Country Club.The club members fried 640 pounds of fish and brought in homemade desserts for the event.“Have to raise money to give...
If one were to walk into Suzy Turner’s Nashua-Plainfield high school classroom the night before the National History Day district competition, the words that would come to mind might be “disorganization,” “mayhem” or “upheaval.”Or maybe, just “total chaos.”But here’s the deal: As crazy as the night...
The Chickasaw County Conservation Board will get its land after all after the Board of Supervisors Monday voted 4-0, with one abstention, to accept a 130.7-acre parcel of land from the Iowa Department of Transportation.The decision came after a large crowd of citizens met with the board Monday...
St. Joe's students perform in "Alice in Wonderland."
Students at St. Joseph Community School partnered with Missoula Children's Theatre for a fourth consecutive year.This year the students performed "Alice in Wonderland," and students received their roles last Monday, rehearsed for four days and performed the play on Friday and Saturday evenings at...
New Hampton High School junior Jerett Scholbrock nears the finish line of the National Guard obstacle course the school's physical education classes used last week.
 It wasn’t your typical physical education day at New Hampton High School on Friday.Heck, even the school’s two administrators — Principal Sarah Updegraff and Activities Director Brad Schmitt — couldn’t stay away from the inflatable obstacle course the Iowa Army National Guard brought to the school...

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