We didn’t exactly kick off 2017 at a leisurely pace; after all, it’s been quite a newsy month — one that included some nasty weather, the appearance of Temple Grandin, plenty of sports action and, of course, the lead up to the New Hampton Communit
Our generation needs to step up and vote yesMyself and many of the IDC board members would like to thank our superintendent and School Board members for responding to our petition to bring a school building plan forward.Several of the IDC members
A week from today, residents of New Hampton Community Schools will head to the polls to decide the fate of a $19.415 million bond referendum.This has been, to say the least, an interesting process, and if there’s one thing that we do appreciate, i
The upcoming school referendum urgently needs to pass. PLEASE get out on Feb. 7 and vote YES!Several of my fellow citizen taxpayers have written incisive, responsible letters in favor of the bond referendum before us on Feb. 7.
There was an OK crowd — around 100 or so people — in attendance last Tuesday when New Hampton Superintendent Jay Jurrens began the second of four informational meetings on the upcoming $19.415 million bond referendum voters will decide on Feb.
I have a unique perspective on the upcoming bond vote for the New Hampton schools to build a 5-8 addition to the existing high school.My wife is the high school principal, so by default, I am an active member of the school community.
Being now and having previously been an elected official, and having been married to one, I am very aware of being criticized in decision-making.Floating ideas or asking questions can result in unfavorable opinions and actions.As a representative