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Sydney Lau delivered the line and then couldn’t help but laugh.“That’s preposterous,” she said on stage as she joined her fellow “The Trial of the Wicked Witch” cast members on stage and was met with eerie silence.“And it is preposterous because that’s not my line.”Her friends and her director...
St. Joseph Community School students wrapped up their polls and announced Donald Trump to be the winner of their mock election —  hours before Trump was announced as the next president of the United States on Tuesday night.“One of my students was very excited about the election and politics in...
For this election, at least, Iowa shed its label as a “purple” state.Tuesday, the Hawkeye State was pretty much red, the color designated to the Republican Party, and about the only solace for local Democrats was hanging onto its Iowa House of Representatives and scoring two wins among the three...
Hayracks filled with youth were riding around Nashua asking for donations for the Nashua Area Food Pantry on Sunday afternoon. Area churches gathered their youth groups together for a good cause and were excited about their results.This was a good way for area youth from different churches to come...
A new committee has been formed regarding the issue of Nashua having a “city manager,” and Council members Rolland Cagley and Kyle Lane will be the two who are checking into the issue more.Earlier this year, Council member Ryan Jung presented the idea of hiring a manager for Nashua.Nashua, like...
The dream for every single member of the Nashua-Plainfield cheerleading squad was the same Saturday as they took to the mat at the Iowa State Fairgrounds.Win a state championship.The 11-member squad — which included 10 performers and one alternate — made that dream a reality. With a flawless...
Sister Pat Conlan and Sister Marie Barth visited Lawler where they shared stories of trafficking and actions that can take to help restore dignity and healing to victims.The event took place at the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel church where community members, church members and students gathered to listen...
Shelbey Henkelman, a recent Luther graduate, has come to the New Hampton School district this year as an AmeriCorps member that will help teach staff and students about healthy living and making healthy choices.Henkelman graduated with a degree in social work and completed her practicum at Helping...
For K&W Motors’ Kris Kramer, making a donation to Project Flo was a no-brainer, especially when the organization promised to use the donation to help a veteran.“Project Flo is such a great organization and what they do is really inspiring,” Kramer said, “and to be able to know that this would...
Republicans gained control of the Iowa Senate for the first time this decade, and they did it with the help of a surprisingly easy victory from Waylon Brown, who knocked out Democratic incumbent Mary Jo Wilhelm in District 26.Meanwhile, the other Legislative seat that represents Chickasaw County...

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