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Two of [New Hampton’s] kindergarten teachers, Michelle Good and Diane Ollendieck (above) go over playground rules with their students.— For more back to school photos, see the Aug. 28 New Hampton Tribune.
More than 32 1/2 years ago, Mike Anderson had to make a decision: Move his young family to Chicago or seek employment elsewhere.He chose the latter, and while much has changed since Jan. 2, 1986, he’s never regretted it.“We had three little girls and I can tell you that Kathy wasn’t all that fired...
New Hampton City Council authorized Street Superintendent Junior Mai last week to purchase a sign to warn of water on the street with verbiage to be determined. The reasoning is to improve the city’s legal footing in case anyone slips in an area or areas where sump pumps are discharging onto city...
A presidential disaster declaration for 30 counties — including Chickasaw, Floyd, Howard and Winneshiek counties — impacted by flooding and severe weather from June 6 to July 2 has been announced after the president approved the governor’s request.The entire Iowa congressional delegation supported...
The New Hampton School Board “grew” by one Monday night as board members appointed a student board member for the 2018-19 school year.And that board member, senior Cameron Maas, believes it says something about his school district that its School Board wants a student taking part in its meetings.“...
Matthew Balk has a blast sticking to a “Velcro Wall” during this past weekend’s Czech Days celebration in Protivin.— For more photos see the Aug. 24 New Hampton Tribune.
In what has to be one of the fastest meetings in years, the Nashua City Council covered a variety of topics in just 32 minutes Monday night.Chief among those issues is a new accounting system that city staff will use for the water bills that will come out in September.Council members were reminded...
On Sept. 11, voters in the Northeast Iowa Community College district, which includes New Hampton and Turkey Valley in Chickasaw County, will go to the polls to decide whether to continue the college’s existing bond levy at the same rate.Chickasaw County students and their families are benefiting...
Mathew Burgart comes right out with it.“I don’t listen very well,” he said. “Never have, probably never will.”The former New Hampton man who now lives in Las Vegas paused for a moment and smiled.“Or maybe I’m just crazy.”When doctors told him 22 years ago that his life was going to be “limited” at...
Members of the New Hampton football team have their team picture taken last week, and it’s time for our annual Fall Sports Preview.— For more stories, see the Aug. 24 New Hampton Tribune. 

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