Nashua-Plainfield High School senior and FFA member Shane Hillesheim shows off the ribbons he won at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines last Friday.
When Shane Hillesheim saw the tractors his 1957 Oliver Super 55 was up against, he had hope.
The idea behind a unique program is actually pretty simple: Have those who have dealt with adverse mental health issues in the past help those going through some of those same issues today.
In the 1980s, NBC was home to a critically acclaimed television cop show called “Hill Street Blues,” and the opening scene always ended with the desk sergeant giving patrol officers and detectives a reminder.
St. Joe’s Principal Christina Carlton gets one last batch of snacks into her cart during her shopping spree at Fareway.
They came in with a plan, a scouting report if you will, and boy oh boy, did it pay off for the St. Joseph Community School “Shopping Quartet.”
Turkey Valley’s Josie Weber was the lone freshman in the Upper Iowa to be selected as a first team player after a breakout season.
Although they had a rough start to the season - possessing a record of 1-6 to start the 2019 campaign - the Turkey Valley softball team turned their year around to boast an overall record of 18-16.
The odyssey that the Chickasaw County Environmental Health Department’s search for a new director had become finally came to an end last week when the Board of Health approved the hiring of Penny Andorf.
Nashua-Plainfield High School senior and FFA member Shane Hillesheim shows off the ribbons he won at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines last Friday.
St. Joe’s Principal Christina Carlton gets one last batch of snacks into her cart during her shopping spree at Fareway.
Turkey Valley’s Josie Weber was the lone freshman in the Upper Iowa to be selected as a first team player after a breakout season.

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Nashua-Plainfield High School senior and FFA member Shane Hillesheim shows off the ribbons he won at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines last Friday.
When Shane Hillesheim saw the tractors his 1957 Oliver Super 55 was up against, he had hope. “I didn’t think I’d win it, but I thought I’d finish right up there,” the Nashua-Plainfield High School senior said. “There were a lot of good tractors, a lot of tough competition, but I felt I was up there...
The idea behind a unique program is actually pretty simple: Have those who have dealt with adverse mental health issues in the past help those going through some of those same issues today. It’s called Peer Recovery Zone (PRZ), and it meets each Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Prairie Lakes...
In the 1980s, NBC was home to a critically acclaimed television cop show called “Hill Street Blues,” and the opening scene always ended with the desk sergeant giving patrol officers and detectives a reminder. “Let’s be careful out there.” That’s the same reminder New Hampton Police Chief Zach...
The odyssey that the Chickasaw County Environmental Health Department’s search for a new director had become finally came to an end last week when the Board of Health approved the hiring of Penny Andorf. Technically, the odyssey will end on Sept. 3 when Andorf begins work for the county, but Board...
After walking the “red carpet,” Amanda Kleespies hugs her former principal, Sarah Updegraff, who, along with New Hampton Elementary principal Brenda Lansing, welcomed Kleespies and five other new teachers to the ranks Monday morning. Kleespies graduated from NHHS in 2012. A breakfast was held for the new teachers, who were given an early introduction to staff members.
Jay Jurrens expected issues would crop up when New Hampton Community Schools kicked off its $19.415 million building project. Let’s face it, school construction projects never are seamless. There can be weather delays, supply problems and issues the fire marshal brings up, and the New Hampton...
The Chickasaw County Board of Health inched closer to hiring a new environmental health director during a meeting held last Monday night, and if all goes well, the county will have a new director by the time most readers see this paper. The Board of Health agreed to hire what members called “No. 7...

 

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St. Joe’s Principal Christina Carlton gets one last batch of snacks into her cart during her shopping spree at Fareway.
They came in with a plan, a scouting report if you will, and boy oh boy, did it pay off for the St. Joseph Community School “Shopping Quartet.” “We met at the store before we started and mapped out our route around the store,” St. Joe’s Principal Christina Carlton said. “We knew we didn’t have a...
Turkey Valley’s Josie Weber was the lone freshman in the Upper Iowa to be selected as a first team player after a breakout season.
Although they had a rough start to the season - possessing a record of 1-6 to start the 2019 campaign - the Turkey Valley softball team turned their year around to boast an overall record of 18-16. This included a third place finish in the Upper Iowa Conference, as they were 11-5 in conference...
Kacey Olson grabs a throw at second base in a game against Turkey Valley’s varsity earlier in the season.
New Hampton’s JV softball team closed out their season with three wins, concluding a superb season. The girls defeated North Fayette Valley, Decorah and South Winn to finish the season with a 16-1 record. Kiersten Tenge pitched all three wins, with an exceptional game against North Fayette Valley,...
New Hampton High School graduate Cole McDonald notched his first win for the Tri-City ValleyCats on Monday, August 5. With the score tied at 0-0 heading into the seventh, McDonald entered the game in relief and hurled the final three innings, allowing one run on four hits and one walk while setting...

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