This week, we are marking the 95th annual observance of American Education Week.American Education Week is always celebrated the week prior to the week of Thanksgiving.
I threw a question out at the cast and crew of “The Trial of the Wicked Witch” last week.Basically, it came down to this, “Why the play?”And one of the actors told me it all comes down to “conditio
We know most of you are glad the election is over because after about the zillionth political advertisement, we finally lost it.Our favorite reaction came when we overheard this gem: “I can’t wait
During the first week of October, New Hampton residents Mark Schwickerath and Raymond Schwickerath attended the annual reunion of the 25th Infantry Division in Honolulu, Hawaii.
After more than five months of discussions and a couple of revisions, the New Hampton City Council on Monday night finally wrapped up its work on the city’s new golf cart ordinance.Council members
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 wi
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 loca
Hayracks filled with youth were riding around Nashua asking for donations for the Nashua Area Food Pantry on Sunday afternoon.
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