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The screen makes even the largest big-screen television look tiny, as the boys of Iowa Big North discovered Wednesday afternoon.That’s when Hunter Carey, Jared Aegerter and Devon McClain worked on setting up the screen that will be used for the IBN Drive-Up Theatre that will make its debut in New...
The Old Bradford Pioneer Village Museum in Nashua held it’s Civil War Reenactment last weekend and while the weather didn’t cooperate that didn’t stop the men, women and children who put on the uniforms and transformed to a different time, a different place and most definitely, a different life.The...
The Nashua-Plainfield graduating class of 2017 may have been the smallest class to graduate but they still went out in style.The 26 students were together for one last time on Sunday, May 21 at the Commencement Ceremony.Their class motto by Ralph Waldo Emerson summed up what these 26 friends intend...
Scholarship, service, leadership and character are the four pillars of the National Honor Society and many of the students grow every year to become the young adults they were meant to be in leadership roles across the country with the help of this group.The Nashua-Plainfield National Honor Society...
After months of discussion, the Nashua City Council made it official Monday night when it voted 3-2 to name a Minnesota woman as the city’s first city administrator.Rachel Leitz will move into the newly created position, and although city leaders have said they hoped to have an administrator in...
The trial of Curly Pig vs the Big Bad Wolf took place Tuesday by the St. Joseph Community School with District Court Judge Richard Stochl presiding over the case.This exercise at the Chickasaw County Courthouse was part of the Drug Awareness Program (D.A.P.)The students learned about the various...
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...

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