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Maybe Friday didn’t provide the crowds Lawler’s Irish Fest organizers were hoping for, but by Saturday, it was almost as if the folks who call — or have called — Lawler home said “screw it, the heat’s not going to beat us.”The Irish — both the real kind and the Irish-for-a-weekend — turned out in...
Twenty-five U.S. military veterans, many from the Chickasaw County area, received quilts of comfort Thursday which were crafted by area volunteers with Quilts of Valor to honor the vets for their service.Tom Myrsiades, of Alta Vista, served the U.S. Army from 1967 to 1970. He served a year in...
The Board of Supervisors [last week] heard and acknowledged that Sheriff Marty Hemann offered the jail administrator position to Jordan Gansen effective June 4.Gansen, previously a deputy, has been with the department for three years and holds degrees in corrections and criminology, as well as Iowa...
Pancakes, sausage and freshly brewed coffee were part of the fun walking into the First Baptist Church in Plainfield on Saturday morning while supporting a local Boy Scout Eagle project.Nashua-Plainfield Boy Scout Tyler Anderson held a fundraiser for his Boy Scout Eagle project. The breakfast was...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing to consider arguments for and against adoption of a proposed fireworks ordinance pertaining to unincorporated areas.The hearing will be Monday, June 18, at 11:30 a.m. The motion approving the resolution legal notice announcing the...
Saturday morning, June 2, Mother Nature was not cooperating with the Szalkowski family but teams braved the weather to help share the memory of Paul Szalkowski and to raise money for the annual Paul Szalkowski Scholarship Fund.The Szalkowski family, along with many who remembered the former Nashua...
An attorney hired by the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors has ruled that no “actionable harassment” took place against two former county officials and the county auditor.Joseph Gamble made the ruling in a report the board received on Monday after former Emergency Management Director Ken Rasing...
Ask Connie Hildebrandt to describe her husband Marv in a word.“He’s dedicated,” Connie said.It’s true in more ways than one.As the Fredericksburg Grand Dairyman for 2018, Marv Hildebrandt wouldn’t be where he is without dedication.— For more on this story, see the June 15 New Hampton Tribune.
The Nashua Town and Country Club will throw itself a birthday bash this weekend as it celebrates the 50th anniversary of its founding.But the “birthday course” is the one that will be giving out the presents — in the form of free golf — this weekend.Golfers can take the course for free both...
A fresh yet familiar face behind the counter at Pocketful of Posies is back to stay.Today [Friday], the Pocketful of Posies owner for a decade, Karen Amundson, handed over the pruning shears to her right-hand woman, Kayla Smith. Smith, who graduated with the New Hampton Class of 2008 as Kayla Grove...

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