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Start to Farm: New Farmer Learning Networks are for beginning and early-career farmers looking for an edge in managing and growing their farm business.  The Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Dairy Team will continue their dairy beginning farmer series to improve business practices and...
The Chickasaw County Compensation Board gave their recommendation of 3 percent increases for all elected officials and a 2.5 percent increase to the county attorney to the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors, but the board has agreed to take the raises down 1 percent meaning the supervisors,...
Kris Markham looked at the final number, and the tears came.If the inaugural year of the Salvation Red Kettle Campaign was a success, then the second year was a rousing triumph as the local service unit raised $11,000 in the fundraising drive that ended on Christmas Eve.“I cried, I just cried,” ...
 The owner of the Chickasaw Ambulance Service and the mayor of New Hampton verbally sparred at times Wednesday night during a meeting of the Chickasaw County Ambulance Council.During a report on the service to the council, Jeremy McGrath, the owner of the service, took issue with Mayor Deb Larsen,...
The end of another year will bring changes like it always does but for the congregation at Nashua First Congregational Church these changes will mean finding a new pastor. Pastor Ben Scholl will step down as the pastor at the church after the service on Jan. 1 but will still be involved as a member...
Car loads of people from as far as Hampton, Franklin and Black Hawk counties came to see the Cedar View Park Holiday Lights which began on Dec. 21 and ran nightly through Christmas evening. Area businesses came together to sponsor this event for families to come celebrate the holiday season in...
Retirement is what the goal is for all but Friday Postmaster Tom Combs made his goal a reality. Combs’ has been the Nashua postmaster for almost 27 years and loves working with the people.“It was time,” said Combs when asked why he was retiring.  Combs’ does not have any big plans right now but...
The Annual Comprehensive Systems, Inc. Grain Raffle was held on Nov. 7, 2016. This event raised $24,770 which is the largest amount in the four years of the raffle.A huge “Thank You” to the Lovrien family - Kelsie, Brooke and Marc along with their parents, Russ and Deb, who donated the 500 bushels...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors is proud of its safety plaques the county has received over the years and would like to find a spot to display them in the courthouse.It was brought to Auditor Joan Knoll’s attention that no one really sees them in their current spot at Chickasaw County...
Even in the face of uncertainty in its general fund, New Hampton School Board members appear to be backing away from offering early retirement incentives to its veteran teachers.Board members on Monday night tabled taking any action on early retirement, in part because of uncertainty on what it can...

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