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Members of the public, many of them public safety workers, packed a hearing on Monday and showed overwhelming support for updating the radio communication system at an estimated cost of $3 million, during sessions of the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors and 911 Board.After a federally-required...
The challenges just don’t want to go away for area farmers in 2018.They battled snow and rain in April and May to get their crops in the field. They dealt with an extremely wet June, before catching a break in July, but the recent deluge of rain that dropped more than 15 inches of precipitation on...
The building has been updated, remodeled and now is open for business. Bloom Hair Studio is ready to cover hair styling, perms, waxing, nails and a variety of needs for the Nashua area residents.Owner and stylist Chloe McMichael may be a graduate of Waverly-Shell Rock High School but she has...
Zach Nosbisch pointed to the somewhat large cup of coffee and laughed when asked about making the adjustment from working overnights to taking on a day shift.“This has helped immensely,” New Hampton’s police chief said with a smile, “but in all seriousness, it is, I think, going well. The officers...
Kevin Brown has a passion for community newspapers, and he believes they can make a firm imprint on communities like New Hampton.It’s one reason he’s excited to be taking over the reins of the New Hampton Tribune and the Nashua Reporter as the papers’ new publisher.“Community newspapers are the...
Former Lawler resident Don Blazek talks to attendees Saturday during a reception held to honor his exhibit at the Carnegie Cultural Center.— See the story in the Sept. 18 New Hampton Tribune.
Chickasaw County Public Health contractor Shelley Smith shows students in Kandi Attelson’s Sumner-Fredericksburg fifth-grade class the effects of tobacco on a person’s lungs during the annual Farm Safety Day that was held at the Big Four Fairgrounds in Nashua.— See the story in the Sept. 18 New...
Work on the varsity baseball diamond at Mikkelson Park is progressing nicely, and officials say by the time the snow flies this winter, the baseball park will have a new look.Work on the project that will lead to two new dugouts, a new concession stand and an onsite restroom kicked into high gear...
The challenges just don’t want to go away for area farmers in 2018.They battled snow and rain in April and May to get their crops in the field. They dealt with an extremely wet June, before catching a break in July, but the recent deluge of rain that dropped more than 15 inches of precipitation on...
A balance of some $790,000 of a $1.2 million fund that had supplemented county health care costs prior to 2014, which does not contain employee money, can go back into the general fund, to be used as the Board of Supervisors decides, Chairman Jacob Hackman said during a meeting Monday.The...

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