By Kelly Terpstra
Of the Reporter
Talk to a veteran – they won’t be here forever.
Perhaps the greatest history lesson one could ever learn from is that of a living, breathing soldier.
By Bob Fenske
Short and sweet … yet so poignant.
Being a Little Miss Heartland Days contestant is not for the faint of heart or for those who aren’t go-getters.
This was spotty with a capital S.
The Memorial Day weekend turned tragic Monday afternoon when a Cresco man died from drowning at Airport Lake Park.
It’s almost as if Chickasaw County Conservation Board Director Chad Humpal drew up the weekend forecast; after all, it is, in a word, perfect for camping.
Nashua-Plainfield High School celebrated its commencement ceremony on Sunday.
Thirty-five graduating N-P seniors walked down the aisle to receive their diplomas.
Garret Rinken and Luca Mueller gave the commencement address.
Eighty-eight young men and women walked into New Hampton High School's competition gymnasium on Sunday afternoon as seniors.
It may not be completely done, but ask ISU Extension agronomist Terry Basil how his territory’s farmers are feeling right now and he’ll have a one word answer.
The date was Aug. 18, 2010. It was a cool but muggy Wednesday morning as hundreds of New Hampton Elementary School students — many with their parents in tow — headed to the old building on Main and Linn to start another school year.