The two most often-used words spoken by New Hampton Superintendent Jay Jurrens last week may have been “first draft.”
It may have been
Elementary students in New Hampton designed functional model bobsleds Friday.
What could be more cool than that?
The third-most pr
New Hampton’s new city clerk — or soon-to-be new city clerk to be exact — can’t wait to get started, but Karen Clemens is also beyond grateful that she has a few more months of mentoring
In the end, New Hampton School Board members decided to play it safe Monday night when they agreed to sell $9.415 million in bonds this June instead of waiting until the district actuall
The Iowa Arts Community in general and the community of Fredericksburg in particular felt a giant loss on Sunday, when Constance "Connie" Mohr passed away at the age of
For the first time in almost 2 1/2 years, the Nashua Police Department finally has three full-time officers.
Those wipes may be advertised as “flushable,” but they are causing havoc for the city of Nashua, and on Monday, Sewer Superintendent Nick Henningsen reported to the City Council that bot