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Nashua-Plainfield students have plenty of memories when it comes to vocational agriculture instructor Ron Zelle.But it’s probably a sure bet that when they see a tie, they think of Zelle.The soon-to-be-retiring instructor wears a different tie to school every day, and the collection is hanging in...
The Nashua City Council Monday night gave its utility clerk a “temporary raise” because her job has changed so much in recent weeks.Since City Clerk Tabitha Caswell went on leave in March, Utility Clerk Beth Henningsen has gone from a part-time to basically a full-time employee.During Monday night’...
Hair, makeup, dresses, tuxes and of course all the accessories were all in place Saturday evening for Nashua-Plainfield High School’s annual celebration of prom.And it turned out to be magical night for students attending this year’s event that was themed “Once Upon a Starry Night.”The beautifully...
The New Hampton Public Library teamed up with the Plum Creek Art Center in Fredericksburg to hold a free painting class.On Tuesday night, ladies gathered to create a beautiful poppy painting.Each participant was able to choose their own colors to make their painting unique.Art instructors Cheryl...
New Hampton Middle School and St. Joseph Community School fourth graders received trees to plant for Arbor Day.  The trees were donated by the Chickasaw County Soil and Water Conservation District and Morris Landscaping.Planting a tree will help students develop an appreciation for one of Iowa’s...
Lawler began planning its RAGBRAI  gathering with an informational planning meeting last week.Piggy backing off of the Lawler Irish Fest committee theme this year, Lawler’s RAGBRAI theme will be, “Get Lucky In Lawler.”Being the next stop after New Hampton, Lawler’s route has riders coming to town...
Raelei Hemann had steeled herself not to cry Sunday afternoon.She failed.“Seriously, I really didn’t think I would cry,” the New Hampton High School senior said after the Coffeehouse Concert, “but when we were out there for ‘In This Very Room,’ it just hit me. Music has been such a big part of my...
First off, it certainly didn’t feel like prom — at least to the scores of New Hampton High School students who took outdoor pictures Saturday.But those students — especially the girls who didn’t have the luxury of tuxedo coats — showed true perseverance and were rewarded with a jam-packed gymnasium...
New-Horizons Chamber Director Jason Speltz and assistant Theresa Rasmussen welcomed chamber members to the Pub at the Pinicon Monday night for mingling and appetizers.The presentation for the night was a video honoring the many businesses in New Hampton that have withstood time through the help of...
Continuing what they say is their effort to save the county money, the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors once again discussed moving county offices to reduce renting fees.Supervisor Steve Geerts said he didn’t disagree that the buildings being rented are costing the county money but he doesn’t...

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