Fools For Fitness, a fundraiser for the proposed TRIBE Trail that will run around New Hampton, will be held on April 1 at the Pub at the Pinicon in New Hampton.There will be a live auction of local school and college autographed memorabilia, TRIBE
This past beautiful Saturday brought visitors to the Carnegie Cultural Center to view the photographs of Paul Herold, of Fort Atkinson, of Iowa landscapes.Herold is currently the president at Herold-Reicks Surveying in New Hampton and said his fat
Flash back to Thursday, Feb. 13, 1992, the first day Eileen Eichenberger and Tammy Miller reported to work at what was then New Hampton’s brand-new Fareway store.“I never in a million years thought I’d be here for 25 years,” Eichenberger said.
New Hampton schoolchildren will spend fewer days at school next year if an academic calendar presented to the School Board on Monday is approved.But Superintendent Jay Jurrens was quick to point out that the number of hours students will spend in
The New Hampton School Board has dipped its proverbial toe into its upcoming building project.Meeting for the first time since voters approved a $19.415 million bond referendum, board members Monday night approved the results of the Feb.
The City of New Hampton submitted an application to be a RAGBRAI “pass-through town” and it appears coordinators of the Register’s Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa are very interested in the idea.But city officials say they won’t know for sure u

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Fools For Fitness, a fundraiser for the proposed TRIBE Trail that will run around New Hampton, will be held on April 1 at the Pub at the Pinicon in New Hampton.There will be a live auction of local school and college autographed memorabilia, TRIBE Trail apparel will be sold, a meal will be served...
This past beautiful Saturday brought visitors to the Carnegie Cultural Center to view the photographs of Paul Herold, of Fort Atkinson, of Iowa landscapes.Herold is currently the president at Herold-Reicks Surveying in New Hampton and said his father started teaching him black and white photos in...
Flash back to Thursday, Feb. 13, 1992, the first day Eileen Eichenberger and Tammy Miller reported to work at what was then New Hampton’s brand-new Fareway store.“I never in a million years thought I’d be here for 25 years,” Eichenberger said. “Back then, it was just a job but it turned into a...
New Hampton schoolchildren will spend fewer days at school next year if an academic calendar presented to the School Board on Monday is approved.But Superintendent Jay Jurrens was quick to point out that the number of hours students will spend in the classroom will remain roughly the same.Jurrens...
The New Hampton School Board has dipped its proverbial toe into its upcoming building project.Meeting for the first time since voters approved a $19.415 million bond referendum, board members Monday night approved the results of the Feb. 7 election, officially gave Superintendent Jay Jurrens...
The City of New Hampton submitted an application to be a RAGBRAI “pass-through town” and it appears coordinators of the Register’s Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa are very interested in the idea.But city officials say they won’t know for sure until March 5 if RAGBRAI will make its way through...

 

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Members of Turkey Valley’s girls basketball team proudly hold their state qualifying banner after they defeated AGWSR in the regional final, 47-33.
Going to the state tourney for the first time in school history was a great accomplishment for Turkey Valley’s girls last year, but going back for the second straight year may even be better.      After the regional final 47-33 win over AGWSR Monday night, Shelby Reicks, bruised and clutching an...
It looks like a bit of an impossible dream, but Evan Drilling did score this basket against Clayton Ridge’s Robby Sweers Tuesday in the season-ending loss.
This loss may have hit Jaden Bruess harder than the rest of his teammates. The senior has cut time spent in other sports to improve his basketball skills.      Turkey Valley’s season ended with a 48-41 loss to Clayton Ridge Tuesday night, keeping the Trojans from a district championship game...
Austin Lines, Nashua-Plainfield’s lone senior at the end of the season, drives to the basket.
Don’t get Justin Eiffler wrong, the Nashua-Plainfield boys basketball coach didn’t want his team’s season to end last Thursday night.  Yet, the Husky coach could not have been more proud of the way his team played in a 57-40 loss to seventh-ranked Don Bosco in a Class 1A district quarterfinal game...
Turkey Valley seniors (from left) Morgen Kuennen, Shelby Reicks and Sadie Nymeyer embrace after they helped the Trojans earn their second straight trip to the Class 1A girls basketball state tournament with a win over AGWSR in the regional final on Monday night.
Turkey Valley High School will hold a community pep rally at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday in the high school gym to send off its Trojans to the Class 1A state basketball tournament.  There will also be no school on Monday, the day the Trojans play Janesville in its first state tournament game.  A fan bus...

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