Keaton Geerts knew he had to be more aggressive in “the rematch.” He was, he won and the victory — along with a late New Hampton run — propelled the Chickasaws to the team title at the J-Hawk Invi
Bill Northey watched the gym fill to almost capacity Thursday afternoon, and the Iowa secretary of agriculture was, in a word, impressed.“A lot of FFA chapters might come up with the idea of let’s
Bernadette “Sissie” Rose Unterberger, 93, of The Meadows-Shell Rock, formerly of Waterville, passed away Sunday, Jan.
The Class 1A rankings stayed exactly the same at the top of Class 1A last week, even though Springville lost to North Linn and Turkey Valley lost to Springville. Springville is still ranked No.
Down by double digits about halfway through the third quarter, New Hampton put the pressure on Waukon Friday night, caused some turnovers and hit some key 3-point shots to battle back. “It was a
Chickasaw County Conservation Director Brian Moore has been talking about security cameras in the county parks for some time and has decided to put aside funding to begin that project in his next b
Jake Zwanziger didn’t hesitate Friday night what the difference has been for him since Christmas. “I’m not forcing it like I did and I’m kind of just letting the game come to me,” the New Hampton
When New Hampton Community Schools’ voters overwhelmingly defeated a $29 million bond referendum in September 2014, the message school leaders heard was loud and clear.The tax impact was simply too
I am writing this letter in support of the upcoming school bond election. As a recent retired community member, I see this as an important investment in our students and their futures.
As a lifelong resident of New Hampton, I support a yes vote on the school bond referendum on Feb.