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“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...
Eleven Nashua-Plainfield Intermediate School band students were accepted for one or more honor band concert out of three. Students were accepted based on their position in the lesson books, chair placement and director’s recommendations, Intermediate Band Director Tracy McGregor said.— For more on...
Mrs. Lynn Ries is retiring after teaching kindergarten for 40 years with New Hampton Community Schools. Please help celebrate her retirement with an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 3, at the New Hampton City Community Center, 112 East Spring Street, New Hampton. The open house is hosted by...
Senior Awards Night was held May 16 at the [Nashua-Plainfield] High School.  Receiving the President’s Education Award, and having a 3.5 grade point average or above, were … — For more on this story, see the May 24 Nashua Reporter. — For more awards night photos, see a future Reporter issue.
Get up, go to class, tell a computer program to tell a machine what to do.It was all in a day’s work for five New Hampton students and five from Turkey Valley who participated in a computer numerical control camp on May 14 at the Cresco Center of Northeast Iowa Community College.NICC’s Jason Bye...
New Hampton’s Maddi Moorman strides out as she runs the 800 leg of the distance medley at the Class 2A state track meet on Friday.— For more on this story, see the May 22 New Hampton Tribune. 
New Hampton City Clerk Suellen Kolbet will be honored Thursday afternoon with a retirement open house.The event will run from 4 to 6 p.m. and be held at the New Hampton Community Center.Kolbet, who has worked for the city for the past 40 years and has been the city clerk since 1993, is retiring and...

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