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Chickasaw County Engineer Dusten Rolando laughed — albeit a bit wearily — Wednesday afternoon as he talked about the condition of roads in the area.“You know, right now, I’d love to take a ‘dust call’ because that’s usually what we’re getting this time of the year,” he said. “Unfortunately, we...
The November election may be almost six weeks away, but those who have made up their minds can begin casting ballots today [Thursday] at the Chickasaw County Courthouse in New Hampton.County Auditor Joan Knoll announced Monday that “early voting” would commence today, and voters can cast ballots...
There have been many discussions about the new garbage and recycling totes leaving some wondering when the citizens will have their new totes or if they are still going to start the program. This issue was brought up with the former Council and was not approved.On Jan. 18 Nick Henningsen addressed...
Don’t get Nashua Mayor Angie Dietz wrong, she would have done anything to see her city spared the storms that struck the area with a vengeance last week.But the flooding and storm damage that hit the Nashua also, she believes, says something about the people who call the area home.“It’s been a...
Reicks View Farms has brought a new technology of odor control to their swine confinement facility at 3030 120th Street, Lawler.Dale Reicks and his employees were excited to be showing off state of the art Air Scrubber Technology that is one of the latest technologies in feed delivery, climate...
Calling all master builders! The Carnegie Cultural Center is taking registrations for the Fall 2016 LEGO Club.  This will be the third year that students in grades 3-5 can sign up for this free after-school program. The center has 20 spots available for the program.The Carnegie Cultural Center...
Gina Shannon Stoughton took a good long look around the track Friday night and couldn’t help but smile.“It’s nice to come home,” the newly inducted New Hampton Athletic Hall of Fame member said. “There are so many good memories here, and this was a great place to grow up.”It was that kind of night...
New Hampton Superintendent Jay Jurrens delivered the School Board some good news last week when it came to the district’s finances.Jurrens reported during last week’s board meeting that New Hampton added almost $350,000 to its unspent spending authority balance during the 2015-16 school year, which...
Ken Rasing was trying to keep the latest round of flooding in perspective last Friday afternoon.As the Chickasaw County emergency management director talked, he was sitting in the Butler County Emergency Management Office in Allison. Just up the highway from him, the town of Greene was virtually...
Join Chickasaw County Conservation to learn about some ‘Creatures of the Deep” on Oct. 11. During this educational hike (not a scary hike!), participants will meet and learn from a caddisfly larvae, a channel catfish, a crayfish, a salamander and a freshwater mussel. Cocoa, cider and treats will be...

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