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After a written quote and verbal presentation from Butler-Bremer Communications Chief Executive Richard McBurney, the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors authorized the Plainfield-based telecommunications company on Monday to move forward with providing phone and internet service to the...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors passed on Monday four resolutions to transfer departmental funds that had been paid into a pre-2013 county health care reserve fund back to four separate budget areas whence they came.The board also further discussed the remainder of the reserve fund...
New Hampton’s school enrollment has dropped by more than 2 percent, the School Board learned during a meeting Monday night, but Superintendent Jay Jurrens said be believes the district has prepared itself well for the challenges that come with declining enrollment.The district’s Oct. 1 certified...
Adam Polashek is operations manager with Polashek Locker.His parents bought the place in 1983 and celebrated 35 years in business this year. Adam and his brother Cory both work there after having grown up with the business, which employs 10 people.Brad and Amy Neitzke co-own the Ionia Locker with...
Since a new zoning rule came about in 2016 requiring “like materials” in the siding of outbuildings greater than 120 square feet, only seven requests for hardship variances have been brought, which are routed through the City Board of Adjustment, Clerk Karen Clemens said Monday.Councilman Cory...
The Nashua-Plainfield Elementary students were led by Chief Deputy Reed Palo from the Chickasaw County Sheriff’s Office, Nashua Police Officer Stephen Johnson (now with the Sheriff’s Office) and "K9" Duke when they hosted the Huskies Healthiest State Walk on Oct. 3.“Walk more. Connect more,” was...
The vocal students of New Hampton Community Schools truly saved the best for last Monday night as they finished the every-other-year Parade of Choirs Concert with a flourish.Now, don’t get the wrong idea, the performances by the four choirs — Keynotes, Seventh and Eighth, NuHi Chorale and the...
The fate of a city-owned lot remained up in the air on Monday night after the Nashua City Council did not approve the sale of the lot at 202 Main Street to Lincoln Savings Bank.The meeting attracted a full house as a number of residents took issue with the fact that council members earlier this...
Shawnessy Lau laughed when asked if she was nervous about her big day on Sunday. “I tend to be a worrywart before performances, and so I worry about getting the flu, getting sick or something like that,” the 2014 New Hampton High School graduate said. Lau paused for a moment and laughed. “And I...
Local restaurateurs, take note.Leon Sheets is “a pretty big fan of a good pork tenderloin.”He was excited last Thursday because Friday was the release date of this year’s Iowa’s Best Breaded Pork Tenderloin award. Even though it went to a southeast Iowa restaurant, some remarkable tenderloins have...

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