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The “Carney Boys” grew up in North Washington, moved to Cedar Falls and then spread across the country, but once a year, they reunite for a “brothers weekend.”This year’s event, though, is going to be a little different and a little more serious, for the brothers, and their sisters, are taking on...
The ethanol plant in rural Lawler, Homeland Energy Solutions, was honored with the “Project of the “Year” Award from Ethanol Producer Magazine last month, for an expansion to the plant that was completed in November.The $42.5 million expansion aimed to increase capacity by 35 million gallons a year...
New Hampton Mayor Deb Larsen said this week her ultimate goal is to have a new police chief in place before the current one retires at the end of next month.The city has been searching for a new chief since Mike Anderson announced earlier this year that he will retire on Aug. 31 after serving New...
A building committee met last week to continue brainstorming how to best locate the County Attorney’s Office within the county seat as required by law and co-locate it with various other county offices, such at Emergency Management and Sanitation, so that departmental needs are met.A report was...
Kids "attack" the lobster, one of the new pool floatables that was installed during a $725,000 renovation project at the New Hampton Municipal Pool.
The sod went in on Wednesday, the “Sea of Thanks” signs went up on Thursday and the New Hampton Parks and Recreation is ready to celebrate on Monday.That’s the evening the New Hampton Municipal Pool will have its “grand opening” to mark the completion of a $725,000 renovation project that has...
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig talks with senior employees at Five Star Cooperative during a recent swing through Northeast Iowa.
Iowa’s secretary of agriculture understands the angst farmers and those involved in the ag industry feel, but during a visit to New Hampton last week, he held out hope that better days are ahead.“I know right now with prices where they’re at and all this talk about tariffs that people are worried...
(Mira Schmitt-Cash/Tribune) Santa and his swine, Rudolph, compete at the Celebrity Swine Show Saturday at the Achievement Show. Riverside Feeds LLC sponsored them.
The jolly good fellow who won the People’s Choice Award at the Celebrity Swine Showmanship Contest on Saturday [July 14] was tall and stout with a long white beard, a red fleece hat and pants and a t-shirt — thankfully he left his jacket at home.He had to admit he was confused, when children asked...
The tests are back, and Nashua water is safe to drink. Hydrants have also been flushed.As long as nitrate numbers are below 10 parts per million, the drinking water is considered safe for residents. The nitrate test was a little high at 8.8 parts per million, Sewer Superintendent Nick Henningsen,...
The theme of “American Pride” was shown from sky lanterns to glasses to floats during Plainfield Days last weekend.The four-day event began Thursday with MBS Family Farms sponsoring this year’s annual supper and the band “The Players.” After serving over 450 meals, MBS Family Farms ran out of food....
As Jay Jurrens walked the construction site last week, the New Hampton superintendent stopped for a moment and took it all in.“A year from now, we’ll be moved in and getting ready for it to be a school,” he said. “I know some people look at where we’re at now and wonder about that, but once this...

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