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The parking lot has been somewhat cleared, orientation for New Hampton High School freshmen and new students was held Thursday, the new Chromebooks are scheduled to arrive today or Monday and a few more parking places have been created.In other words, they’re ready to start classes at New Hampton...
As Liz Markham opened the door to the large room at her family’s funeral home, she couldn’t help but smile.“You’ll be surprised,” she said.And she wasn’t kidding. Inside the room, tables and boxes were full of school supplies that came in as part of a drive conducted by Conway-Markham Funeral Home...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors voted on Monday [Aug. 13] to allow Sheriff Marty Hemann to fill a vacancy for a deputy sheriff, which was created when New Hampton City Council approved the salary of and committee recommendation to hire Deputy Zach Nosbisch as the next chief of the New...
After apprenticing with Shane Warnke, owner at Captain’s Quarters in Charles City, and working for him for two years, New Hampton native Carisa Kloster had noticed many of her clients were from her hometown.So she decided to set up shop here.She has been open by appointment for the time being, and...
Elementary age children have spent the week studiously learning songs, painting and other visual art while absorbing life lessons from “Aesop’s Fables” on an Art Safari.That’s the name of the annual Carnegie Center program with a 15-hour total runtime. It aims to foster a love for the arts that...
Cat patios and on-site veterinary services are just some of the luxuries the cats who live at C&W Rustic Hollow Shelter experience every day, and on Sunday the cats had company from around the state who helped the shelter raise funds to continue their care at its annual open house.The shelter...
Two area residents — Bill Kunzman and Luci Fober — donate blood during a drive held at St. John’s Lutheran Church on Monday morning.Kunzman is from Charles City, he taught for 28 years at Nashua-Plainfield. He admitted with a laugh that he used to coerce his physics and chemistry students into...
The sound of the Mercy Air Med helicopter from Mason City swept the crowd and attracted spectators as it landed at the Big 4 Fairgrounds on Tuesday evening [Aug. 7], for Nashua’s National Night Out.Despite the weather, which changed the venue, more than 200 people attended the event hosted by the...
Cam Haar was definitely the kid of the bunch gathered around the machine Saturday morning, but he didn’t care.“I’m the young guy, no doubt about it,” the 24-year-old Alta Vista man said, “but I love this. This is how I was raised, to appreciate where we came from, and this gives you that.”“This,”...
State Bank employee NIck Winter and TRIBE Trail Committee member Tammy Robinson help prepare another batch of corn during a Cookin' for a Cause event last week.
Rick Kramer and Grant Anderson will be the first to admit that they were a little nervous – OK, a lot nervous — last Thursday.It was 5 p.m., the State Bank’s Cookin’ for a Cause event to support New Hampton’s TRIBE Trail was supposed to start.“And we didn’t have anyone there,” said Anderson, State...

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