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Local businesses are always having a hard time keeping their doors open in a small town, but this past weekend, one Nashua business celebrated being the “exception.”The Sudol family had a chance to show its customers its appreciation and thank them for the years of business with an evening of fun,...
Bake sale items, dinner and the beautiful weather made the St. Michael’s Spaghetti Supper a hit for the annual St. Michael’s Catholic Church Youth fundraiser.Desserts, breadsticks and spaghetti were served by the youth of the church while community members gathered for great conversation and a meal...
Weekend plans in Clarksville?Some yard work, maybe some fishing or backyard grilling.Church Sunday morning.Then Sunday evening?Vote for Maddie.“I’ll get home from T-ball practice with the kids, and watch Maddie Poppe on TV,” said Josh Vance, manager of Clarkesville’s Hometown Grocery.Vance said his...
A resolution that proposes to extend Nashua’s Cedar Hill Urban Renewal Area for five years to finance ongoing infrastructure needs was acknowledged and signed April 23 by the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors.The agreement [says the city of Nashua may]* extend the urban renewal/tax increment...
There was treasure at every turn as area vendors converged on the Big 4 Fairgrounds last weekend to participate in the Big 4 Junk in the Trunk Antique Fair.The Nashua Garden Club and DP Crafts were local vendors among the 60 indoor and outdoor vendors, who offered a range of antiques, repurposed...
As the New Hampton Chamber Choir members sang “I Carry Your Heart,” the tears came, and for a moment, everyone in the room Sunday afternoon realized just how powerful music can be.It was, in a word, moving, and that word doesn’t even come close to justice.Usually, it’s the finale of the Coffeehouse...
If one ever wondered if prom was a big deal in New Hampton, the answer could be found Saturday around 6:25 p.m.One only needed to drive through the high school parking lot to see that there are few bigger nights than this one on the social calendar.The gym doors had yet to open, and the line...
The Iowa BIG North Drive-In Theater is returning this year with a big event on Saturday evening.Hey, not only can area residents take in the movie “Daddy’s Home 2” but also play a little volleyball, take part in a beanbag tournament and munch on some walking tacos.The “doors” open at the site of...
Thirty-two seventh-graders from Turkey Valley and 62 from Sumner-Fredericksburg descended on the Northeast Iowa Engine and Power clubhouse east of Fredericksburg last Wednesday for a presentation of historical farming methods at the fourth annual Pioneer Power Acres show.The Engine and Power Club’s...
Anyone who is willing to spare two hours a month to help others can qualify for a discounted food program with distribution in New Hampton, regardless of income.The Self Help And Resource Exchange food program or S.H.A.R.E. can offer up to a 50 percent savings on nutritious food for just two hours...

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