If Devan Elliott and Abby Dirksen didn’t have a healthy respect for ice, they certainly do now.And the two New Hampton women feel lucky they were able to walk away from an accident on Tuesday after
The New Hampton City Council voted Monday night to replace a water main on a one-block stretch of West Court Street in an effort to cure water issues area residents are experiencing.Council members
New Hampton School Board members Monday night voiced their frustrations over a recent guest view in the Tribune and urged district residents to be informed when they cast a vote in the upcoming bon
Foster Popken, Jeffrey Reicks, Emma Glaser and Caitlin Houdek tramped through the imaginary “jungle” in John Connor’s New Hampton High School English classroom.The quartet’s large-group speech team
Pancakes will be in the air on Sunday morning when the Nashua VFW Post 6792 will be holding their annual Pancake Breakfast from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Brad Schmitt is ready for some “quiet” weather. Sunny skies and warm temperatures would be perfect, but he’ll settle for dry — as in no snow or ice — weather for a while. It has been, to put it m
Any parent of an athlete knows all about the hectic schedule of traveling for sport specific clinics.
Making “the call” to postpone a basketball game or a wrestling meet is a little more complicated than people think. Just ask Josh Smith, the Nashua-Plainfield activities director who also coaches
Large Group Speech Contest is coming soon and the Nashua-Plainfield Speech Department is putting the finishing touches on the projects and preparing for the Large Group Speech contest which will be
Maybe it wasn’t a win, but Nashua-Plainfield’s 54-36 loss to Northwood-Kensett Friday sure beat the alternative. It beat the heck out of the Huskies’ performance the night before when Osage rolled