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The foggy conditions outside did not stop the District Large Group Speech Contest on Saturday and traveling to Waverly was a must. The Group Improvisation group arrived with big hopes of moving on to State Large Group Speech Contest in Dubuque.Saturday morning after last minute rehearsals the group...
The Nashua City Council voted last week to approve tearing down two Main Street buildings because they are dangerous and a public nuisance.City officials contacted the owners of buildings at 304 and 308 Main Street, and they did not dispute the public hearing.The buildings will be torn down by the...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors has made the following committee assignments:E-911 Chairperson: Steve Geerts and Jacob Hackman as alternate.Emergency Management Commission: Steve Geerts and David Tilkes as alternate.Chickasaw County Child Abuse and Prevention Council:  Pastor Kevin Frey...
The New Hampton Dance Team came away from state competition with a bang last month as its hip-hop team placed third out of 12 teams in the division.“It was a close one!” said New Hampton Dance Team Coach Emma Schwickerath. “We scored a 66/70, second place scored a 66.25/70 and first place scored a...
After going back and forth for the past couple of months, the New Hampton School Board has decided to offer early retirement incentives to four teachers this year.The board discussed the issue at last week’s meeting, and after examining issues the district’s general fund is facing, voted...
Cora Schwickerath brought her crappie into the “warming house” at the Ice Fishery Sunday and couldn’t help but smile, especially after the fish was measured.“Well, that’s 10 1/2 inches, that’s a pretty nice fish,” Chickasaw County Conservation Board naturalist Matt Crayne said. “Nice job.”But what...
The Nashua communications bill was a hot topic Thursday night when Nashua Mayor Angie Dietz, Nashua City Attorney David Skilton and other concerned citizens visited the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors to get some answers.Dietz said the problem she had with the bill was that it was not...
If Devan Elliott and Abby Dirksen didn’t have a healthy respect for ice, they certainly do now.And the two New Hampton women feel lucky they were able to walk away from an accident on Tuesday afternoon with nothing more than a few cuts and bruises.It’s been that kind of week in and around Chickasaw...
The New Hampton City Council voted Monday night to replace a water main on a one-block stretch of West Court Street in an effort to cure water issues area residents are experiencing.Council members considered two options as part of its 2017 Street Improvement Plan.The first option would be to crack...
New Hampton School Board members Monday night voiced their frustrations over a recent guest view in the Tribune and urged district residents to be informed when they cast a vote in the upcoming bond referendum.During a discussion about the Feb. 7 $19.415 million referendum, several board members...

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