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The New Hampton School Board Monday night awarded the final winning bids on the district’s $19.415 million building project and added to its “surplus” in the process.School Board members accepted the low bids from Iowa Prison Industries for the project’s casework and cabinets and from Wisconsin...
New Hampton American Legion Post No. 38’s commander wanted something “different but reverent” when it came to this year’s Memorial Day program.Brian Quirk and his fellow Legion members found it, so on Monday, instead of having a keynote speaker at the annual observance, Legion members Don Dixon and...
Dan Dietz was nominated for the Chickasaw County Soil and Water Conservationist of the Year Award by the Chickasaw Soil and Water Conservation District commissioners.Dietz received the award for his strong diversified farming operation. He began his farming operation in 1989 and currently farms 901...
The city of New Hampton allows applications for temporary use permits to shoot fireworks, but currently does not allow for the sale of fireworks. A Mitchell company hopes to change that.Katie Mostek of Mitchell, who co-owns Flashing Thunder Fireworks with her husband, Jeremy, asked the quorum of...
City Council will now be moving forward with the condemnation of 306 Main Street. A public hearing was set and held. Property owner Litterer from Charles City did not attend the meeting or notify council.This matter has been going on for over a year, and the council wanted it settled. Council began...
Forty-eight graduates were honored in the Class of 2018 Commencement at Nashua-Plainfield High School on Sunday. Forty-seven walked across the stage since one, Nathan Schilling, graduated after the previous semester, and was stationed with the Army at Fort Sam Houston.Following tunes of “Pomp and...
“Shoot at will” and “fire” were just some of the commands yelled on the battlefield last weekend at the Old Bradford Pioneer Museum and Village annual Civil War re-enactment.Even though the war was done 150 years ago, to be there felt like stepping into a time machine to watch firsthand how...
Suellen Kolbet remembers the first raise she received as a city of New Hampton employee as if it was granted yesterday.“When I went full time, I went to $3.03 [per hour], and that was pretty cool,” she said. “Of course, that was ages ago.”’And today, a remarkable career — one marked by longevity...
The concern all along has been that a $725,000 renovation project would delay the season opener for the New Hampton Municipal Pool.It turns out those worries were for naught; instead, it’s a 15-year-old motor that will delay the pool opening, which was scheduled for Saturday, until sometime later...
Nashua-Plainfield elementary students rode their bikes to school to participate in the annual Bike Rodeo. The Nashua Police Department turned the parking lot into a course for the children to practice riding safely.Beforehand, the department shared about the rules of the road to make sure everyone...

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