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*/ There are some exciting, wonderful things happening at Nashua-Plainfields High School in the Emerging Technology Class. Last year, the Industrial Tech teacher Mike Murch wrote a grant to the Chickasaw County Community Foundation. From that grant he was able to buy a CNC Vinyl Cutter as well as...
They are creepy and they are kooky, mysterious and spooky. They are all-together ooky, the Addams Family, and they will be on stage at the Nashua-Plainfield High School this weekend showing a glimpse into their spine-chilling family. The Nashua-Plainfield Drama Department is excited to perform The...
Spiderman did not have to save the day in Nashua on Sunday afternoon while he was on Main Street, but he was seen getting candy. There were also dinosaurs, Flash, princesses and many more masked characters roaming around Main Street on Sunday afternoon for the fourth annual “Trunk or Treat” hosted...
After months of being without a permanent City Clerk, the City Council approved the hiring of Rhonda Dean as the new City Clerk for the City of Nashua and many have already met her at Shelby’s Southern Smokehouse. */ Dean formerly worked in Des Moines at the Attorney General’s office for the last...
Jason Speltz laughed when asked what kind of weather makes for a good Holiday Open House, this weekend’s annual kickoff to the Christmas shopping season here in New Hampton. “Somewhere between a snowstorm and raking leaves and grilling,” the New Horizons-Chamber director said. “Seriously, you don’t...
Rick Kramer wasn’t going to lie when it came to the annual Halloween Parade that his Parks and Recreation Department and the New Horizons-Chamber sponsored on Saturday. “I was hoping we’d get 40, 50 people,” Kramer said, “and then about 10:20, 10:25, they just kept coming through the doors....
John Norris believes his experience stands out above the rest of the candidates running for Iowa governor in 2018. “I have a passion for rural Iowa and an understanding of the issues we face in rural Iowa, and I have a life set of experiences in both business and government that sets me apart from...
One of the better success stories in the New Hampton School District in the last couple years has been the involvement with “Iowa BIG North,” along with three other northern Iowa School Districts, and that four-school cross-district partnership received a big boost this week. Iowa BIG North’s is...
Contested municipal elections were a rarity in New Hampton … at least until recent years. Now, they almost seem to be a rule. While two City Council incumbents — Scott Perkins and Bruce Dirro — are running unopposed in the Nov. 7 election, a third seat is up for grabs as both Matt Kuhn and Jeremiah...
Kevin Laue is probably the only motivational speaker working today who begins his presentation with the sentence, “Wave to the nub!” At nearly seven feet tall with bright red hair and size 17 shoes, Laue is bound to attract attention anyway, and that only intensifies when people notice that he’s...

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