English, math, social studies and math are out – in a way, at least — and classes like “Disaster Zone: Preparing to Help Your Community,” “Follow the Yellow Brick Road” and “Enviro-Maniacs” are in
Bill Boyd wanted to “stay in the game” and umpiring gave him that opportunity.And now, years later, the New Hampton man is Iowa’s umpire of year as Boyd was bestowed the honor this past weekend at
The many libraries in the county take care of the residents through books, movies and programs as well as technology.To do so, however, they rely on the funding they can find and had their yearly m
This storm definitely didn’t miss Chickasaw County; in fact, Old Man Winter threw a little more at us than originally expected.New Hampton received eight inches of snow during the storm that hit th
Chad Sweitzer didn’t like the score, didn’t like it one bit, Tuesday night. But New Hampton boys basketball coach Chad Sweitzer found some things to like in a 70-39 Northeast Iowa Conference loss
While the rest of us have been busy shoveling snow and trying to get the ice out of our driveways, the Nashua Parks Board has been busy gearing up for opening camping weekend, prioritizing projects
Matt Schult and his New Hampton girls basketball team aren’t going to push the proverbial panic button. That doesn’t mean, however, that the Chickasaw girls basketball coach was all that happy wit
In order to get this right I am writing it myself. I was born in New Hampton, Iowa, in 1932, the son of Charles F. Wilkins and Evelyn Bliss Wilkins. They later divorced.
To say it’s been a long time since New Hampton won a Northeast Iowa Conference wrestling tournament would be an understatement. Let’s face it, 2004 was a long time ago; in fact, the seniors on thi
St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Nashua had Bingo night last Saturday. Many church and community members enjoyed an evening of snacks and bingo.