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OK, let’s be honest here. Thirty is going to feel like 80, isn’t it?After a weekend in which Old Man Winter threw a little bit of everything in his arsenal at us, welcome back to normalcy.Temperatures are expected to be more normal like and approach 30 degrees much of the week, and the forecast for...
 As Ken Rasing watched the employees of Sabre Towers get ready to install Chickasaw County’s new communications tower, the emergency management director let out a sigh of relief.“I’m glad they’re climbing it and not me,” he said last Friday when workers finished phase one of the project. “It takes...
 New Hampton Public Library Librarian Judy Knoll held a soap making class Tuesday night for the community as a great new skill to learn and a way to pass on her hobby.“One day I was looking on the internet for an alternative to laundry soap because I hate buying it and one thing led to another,”...
 Sometime Wednesday evening, Jane Karels admitted that she let out a huge sigh of relief because the craziest week of the year had come to an end.On Sunday, Karels directed  the St. Joseph Community School Christmas program, and on Wednesday she did the same at Trinity Catholic School in Protivin....
 The TRIBE Trail Committee has completed fundraising for the first phase of the recreational trail and is now looking at the big picture.Committee members Rick Kramer and Megan Baltes met with the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors on Monday to ask for $10,000 be allocated to the TRIBE Trail...
Holidays are the time for giving so it was not a hard decision to pay it forward for these local business owners. Paying it forward was the message owners of JTee’s Designs and Tangled Root Café wanted to convey during Nashua’s Christmas in Nashua celebration.Jessica Hyde and Kim Jenison, owners of...
The Nashua-Plainfield Industrial Arts class has had an amazing year. Not only has the class gotten to work on some pretty large building projects but the students now can add operating large equipment to their list of accomplishments.The students, of course, didn’t go out and get in a bulldozer but...
The weather did not stop residents from coming out on Saturday to the Nashua Public Library Holiday Open House. Many visitors were entertained by Laurie Kristiansen’s music students who performed holiday favorites.Kristiansen has 32 students who practice guitar and piano pieces with her weekly.  ...
The idea was to say thank you to those who protect and serve, and what better way to do it through appealing to that sweet tooth.So last week, New Hampton Middle School students and staff members went to work in the kitchen on a “Cookies for Cops” project.For the complete story see the 12/13/2016...
New Hampton School Board members Thursday night got their final look at the drawings for a new middle school, and supporters are now in the process of collecting signatures on a petition that would lead to a $19.415 million bond referendum early next year.For the complete story see the 12/13/2016...

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