Bike safety is incredibly important with summer around the corner and kids becoming active so this time it St. Joseph Community School students that were able to take part in a bike rodeo.
Outside the Old Bradford Pioneer Village Museum sat rows of canvas tents, and fires burning in the rain.
Two new Veterans Affairs commissioners, Katie Boehmer and David Boss, have been selected by the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors to fill out what will become a five-member board.
Another week, another championship selfie. New Hampton's girls won the regional final to advance to the state tournament next week.
Balance again carried the Chickasaw girls golf team at Aplington-Parkersburg Monday. With their first-place finish in the regional final, New Hampton's girls will be making a trip to the state girls golf tournament in Panora next Tuesday.
Emma Nicolaisen asked her fellow graduates to be a plant.Danni Priestley implored her fellow soon-to-be alumni at New Hampton High School to be a “Froot Loop” in a bowl of “Cheerios.”
Tea, cookies and prizes - oh my!The sixth annual Ladies Tea Party was held Saturday at the Upham Memorial Library in Fredericksburg with 24 ladies coming out to celebrate the occasion.Library Director Katie Rich said years ago there was an interes
Another week, another championship selfie. New Hampton's girls won the regional final to advance to the state tournament next week.

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Bike safety is incredibly important with summer around the corner and kids becoming active so this time it St. Joseph Community School students that were able to take part in a bike rodeo.Regional Safe Routes to School Coordinator Ashley Christensen held the bike rodeo for students in preschool...
Outside the Old Bradford Pioneer Village Museum sat rows of canvas tents, and fires burning in the rain.Civil War reenactment participants walked up and down the rows and huddled near the fire for warmth Saturday while rain poured down and the temperature dropped below 50 degrees.On the Confederate...
Two new Veterans Affairs commissioners, Katie Boehmer and David Boss, have been selected by the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors to fill out what will become a five-member board.Ten county veterans — three women and seven men — submitted their applications to be considered for the open...
Emma Nicolaisen asked her fellow graduates to be a plant.Danni Priestley implored her fellow soon-to-be alumni at New Hampton High School to be a “Froot Loop” in a bowl of “Cheerios.”And Brianna White reminded her fellow students that “it’s always a great day be a Chickasaw.”Throw in School Board...
Tea, cookies and prizes - oh my!The sixth annual Ladies Tea Party was held Saturday at the Upham Memorial Library in Fredericksburg with 24 ladies coming out to celebrate the occasion.Library Director Katie Rich said years ago there was an interest for a way for women to get together and spend some...
A native to the county is joining ranks at the Chickasaw Public Health Department with one goal in mind - to help county residents get back on track.Lisa (Lantow) Welter, Home Health Care Nurse Manager-Assistant Administrator, grew up in Nashua and is a Nashua-Plainfield High School 2006 graduate....

 

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Another week, another championship selfie. New Hampton's girls won the regional final to advance to the state tournament next week.
Balance again carried the Chickasaw girls golf team at Aplington-Parkersburg Monday. With their first-place finish in the regional final, New Hampton's girls will be making a trip to the state girls golf tournament in Panora next Tuesday. The Chickasaw girls set a new 18-hole record in the regional...
Area schools were involved in the final day of the state track meet Saturday at Drake Stadium in Des Moines.
Saturday morning there were three area boys' teams in the state track meet that had entries in the sprint medley relay. In Class 1A Turkey Valley was eighth in the event with Will Einwalter, Cody Hackman, Wyatt Blazek and Cale Reicks finishing in 1:37.59, just a hair better than their previous...
From left, coach Bill Glenn, Keegan Tenge, Ryan Anderson, Eric Shatek, Wyatt Stochl, Aden Zwanziger and Carter Stochl pose with their state tournament banner.
With a second-place finish at Friday's district meet at Dike, New Hampton's boys golf team will be advancing to the state tournament next week, for the first time since 1997. The Chickasaws made the best of some terrible weather. They trailed Clear Lake in the district meet, the Lions with a 306...
Low scorer for the Chickasaw girls in the first round of regionals was Allison Nuss with an 84.
At the moment, New Hampton’s girls — after running the table at the first round of regional golf and winning handily over their seven opponents — are tied for the school record of most wins in a season at 36.      The title advances the Chickasaws to the regional final with a 36-0 record. In 2015...

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