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If it weren’t for Dwight D. Eisenhower, Nashua may have never landed a golf course, but because of the famed World War II general who later became president, Nashua Town and Country Club is gearing up for its 50th birthday party.“Eisenhower loved golf,” said club member Tom Cronin, who was one of...
New Hampton City Council heard several comments at a public hearing Monday for the second reading of an ordinance allowing firework sales as a zoning exception in a commercial (C-1) district.The business seeking to set up under the ordinance, Flashing Thunder Fireworks out of Mitchell, is proposing...
Organizers of New Hampton’s annual Heartland Days celebration are ready for “a bigger and better event, one that kicks off its three-day run at 6 this evening with the annual parade.Now, they’re hoping Mother Nature cooperates.And although there is a chance of thunderstorms throughout the weekend,...
Kids are out of school and the lazy days of summer are here. Parents will have their hands full with the summer activities and weekly grocery bills will be going up now for area families. This can be a burden on a family budget but the school has a solution.All children will have the opportunity to...
With busy summer schedules and many “glowing boxes” to occupy children’s attention, some parents may wonder, “Is it obvious if my child doesn’t read over the summer?”“Specifically over the summer we can definitely tell,” said New Hampton first-grade teacher Angie Rowan, who holds master’s degree in...
New Hampton’s economical development director applauded the news that ATEK Metal Technologies will expand its New Hampton plant.“It’s great for our community, and anytime you see a company investing in its facilities,” Tammy Robinson said, “that tells you something about the commitment ATEK has to...
School let out on Friday. On Monday, educators at the officially closed Plainfield Intermediate School, which hosted grades five and six, continued packing their supplies and classroom staples to ship to Nashua, where they will be based next year.Come fall, pre-kindergarten through fifth grade will...
Helen Hartmann has been attending the American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Chickasaw County since the 1980s, which basically means she’s been there from the beginning; after all Relay for Life started in 1986.“I said I was doing this when they had it out at the football field,” she said. “I...
A little before 3 p.m. on Monday, Suzy Turner’s classroom was hopping.A group working on a National History Day website huddled in one corner of the room. Tanner Striegel rehearsed his performance, and in another corner of the room, Morgan Kapping meticulously put together her exhibit board.And...
The nerves will still be there Saturday, but they won’t come close to what Lacey Carolan experienced a year ago on the day The Extreme Bull Riding Tour came to New Hampton.“Oh my gosh, I was a wreck,” she said with a laugh. “You put so much time into something and then you just sit there and wait...

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