A balance of some $790,000 of a $1.2 million fund that had supplemented county health care costs prior to 2014, which does not contain employee money, can go back into the general fund, to be used
Denise Sinnwell has been part of a local Quilts of Valor chapter that has been handing out “thank yous” to area veterans since 2014 and she has been through numerous quilt presentation ceremonies.
Voters in the Northeast Iowa Community College district overwhelmingly passed a public measure to continue a bond levy for various infrastructure needs at the community college that has campuses in
Sooner or later, the folks at the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union had to take notice of the New Hampton volleyball team; after all, the Chickasaws are 17-0, have claimed two tournament titles
The New Hampton football team gathered around their coach Friday night, and the disappointment was palatable.
The Nashua Area Chamber of Commerce second annual Best Dam BBQ Challenge brought foodies and fun to the Big Four Fair on Saturday, Sept. 1.
While Turkey Valley’s cross country team sent one more runner onto the course when the Trojans competed at Starmont Tuesday, some of the athletes were running at less-than-optimal health.
A man who recently pleaded guilty to one count of animal neglect in Nashua wants to make it clear that a dog in the case was not poisoned.
The good news is the folks who run the Osage Invitational cross country meet removed the most dangerous part of the course — a rocky hill that had “ankle sprain” written all over it.
The new utility billing system is up and running for the city of Nashua, City Council members learned at last week’s meeting.