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Troy Tysdahl hasn’t lived in Nashua for two years, but that didn’t matter this past weekend.Saturday felt like coming home, and the former Nashua-Plainfield teacher and coach and his family were simply overwhelmed to see so many old friends at a unique fundraiser.Oh, there were plenty of hugs,...
It wasn’t the best day for a “Bike Rodeo,” but then again, as one little guy so succinctly put it, “It’s way better than sitting in class.”So for an hour or so last Thursday, students at New Hampton Elementary School gathered on the playground-turned-into-bike-courses to learn about bike safety and...
The Northeast Iowa Community Action Corporation (NEICAC) is offering their services in the absense of a general assistance program in the County Social Services office starting July 1.NEICAC’s David Boss said his organization is currently performing this service with other counties in the area and...
Those interested in seeing New Hampton High School add a soccer program will meet next week to discuss the idea and gauge support.“We really need to see if people want to put the work into this to make it a reality,” said Jenny Monteith, whose two elementary school-aged children play in the New...
Looking into the functionality and cost to the county of the Law and Emergency Management Center Building on North Linn Avenue, the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors discussed their options on Monday.Finding no signed contract for the building, Supervisor Jake Hackman proposed giving a 60-day...
Community members have banded together to prepare for the thousands of bikers that will be riding through New Hampton on July 27 for the Register’s Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa (RAGBRAI).New Hampton RAGBRAI Committee chairs Julie Winter-Havel and Jason Speltz would like anyone thinking of...
Gone from the New Hampton Community Schools 2017-18 calendar are the “early outs” that have been a staple in recent years.And the calendar the School Board adopted at its meeting Monday night tentatively includes a longer spring break next year, although the emphasis should be on “tentatively.”...
Thirty-seven years ago Clinton and Betty Richards started a swimming program at the Nashua Elementary.They wanted every child to learn how to swim. Betty had a brother that drowned in the Cedar River when he was young and she didn’t want another child to lose their life because they couldn’t swim....
The Cedar River that runs through Nashua has become home to many eagles over the last several years. The first nest was found along the Little Cedar where it dumps into the Big Cedar.Three more nests have been built just south of Howards Woods. These three nests more than likely belong to the same...
Mud and a few sprinkles could not stop the annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday morning. Even though it was moved to the Nashua Elementary School due to wet and muddy conditions at the park, there were over 150 children lined up for the annual Easter Egg Hunt.The Easter Bunny, prizes, candy and eggs...

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