Each year the Elma Early Childhood Center has their annual fundraiser, a spaghetti supper and auction that raises operation money for the nonprofit daycare that is responsible for the Summer Wisdom and Wellness Program, 3 year old preschool progra
The elephant head hanging in the Croell Redi-Mix corporate office caught Steve King’s attention almost immediately Friday morning.“You don’t have a donkey here,” he asked Kurt Croell with laugh, “because I really like the elephant.”King, of course
Mark Bigler is the head boys basketball coach at Davenport West High School so one would think his ultimate goal is to win on the court.One would be wrong.“It’s not about winning games,” he said more than once during a visit to New Hampton last Th
Troy Tysdahl hasn’t lived in Nashua for two years, but that didn’t matter this past weekend.Saturday felt like coming home, and the former Nashua-Plainfield teacher and coach and his family were simply overwhelmed to see so many old friends at a u
It wasn’t the best day for a “Bike Rodeo,” but then again, as one little guy so succinctly put it, “It’s way better than sitting in class.”So for an hour or so last Thursday, students at New Hampton Elementary School gathered on the playground-tur
Carter Stochl watches his shot head toward a green during the annual New Hampton Invitational that was held Saturday.
Notably absent Saturday during the annual New Hampton Coed Invitational was the wind athletes have gotten used to [or maybe not] this spring.  Instead, the air was quiet enough to hear not only the usual sounds of trees getting in the way of golf
Carter Stochl watches his shot head toward a green during the annual New Hampton Invitational that was held Saturday.

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Each year the Elma Early Childhood Center has their annual fundraiser, a spaghetti supper and auction that raises operation money for the nonprofit daycare that is responsible for the Summer Wisdom and Wellness Program, 3 year old preschool program, and childcare for children 0-12. This year’s...
The elephant head hanging in the Croell Redi-Mix corporate office caught Steve King’s attention almost immediately Friday morning.“You don’t have a donkey here,” he asked Kurt Croell with laugh, “because I really like the elephant.”King, of course, is a Republican congressman who has represented...
Mark Bigler is the head boys basketball coach at Davenport West High School so one would think his ultimate goal is to win on the court.One would be wrong.“It’s not about winning games,” he said more than once during a visit to New Hampton last Thursday, “it’s about winning lives. ... It’s about...
Troy Tysdahl hasn’t lived in Nashua for two years, but that didn’t matter this past weekend.Saturday felt like coming home, and the former Nashua-Plainfield teacher and coach and his family were simply overwhelmed to see so many old friends at a unique fundraiser.Oh, there were plenty of hugs,...
It wasn’t the best day for a “Bike Rodeo,” but then again, as one little guy so succinctly put it, “It’s way better than sitting in class.”So for an hour or so last Thursday, students at New Hampton Elementary School gathered on the playground-turned-into-bike-courses to learn about bike safety and...
The Northeast Iowa Community Action Corporation (NEICAC) is offering their services in the absense of a general assistance program in the County Social Services office starting July 1.NEICAC’s David Boss said his organization is currently performing this service with other counties in the area and...

 

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Jordon Snyder had a personal record in the 3,200-meter run at Kee Thursday.
While most of us tried to stay out of the wind and chilly temperatures Thursday afternoon, Turkey Valley's track runners were competing in a coed meet at Kee High.    "Oh, it wasn't that bad," Trojan junior Jordon Snyder said after winning both the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs. "I mean, it was still...
Journey Howe finished with the runner-up girls score of 44 when the New Hampton trapshooters competed at Charles City Thursday.
A perfect 50 didn't win the top boys' award at Cedar Rapids Saturday — there were three boys with that score.  What Zach Heying had to do was hit 75 straight targets to take home first place in the meet hosted by Xavier. He won the 25-target shootoff as each of the other ties hit a 23.  And that...
With a jump of 4’8”, Savannah Anderson scored sixth-place points as the Chickasaw girls track team was competing among mostly 4A schools at Waterloo Thursday.
Depending on one’s perspective, Thursday’s Wahawk Invitational was a half-full or half-empty kind of day for the New Hampton girls track team.  The Chickasaws got a chance to run against a host of Class 4A schools they don’t normally encounter, but the weather conditions — cold and windy — made...
Turkey Valley’s Cale Reicks is totally focuses on his putt during a dual meet against North Fayette Valley Friday.
Boots would have come in handy as Turkey Valley's golfers were competing Thursday on their home turf.  Not to mention hats, gloves, winter coats, maybe? The Trojans played a coed meet against North Fayette Valley with temperatures in the mid 40s and blustery northwest winds.  "Despite the horrific...

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