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
Justin Eiffler’s message between the first and second quarter of last Friday’s game with Northwood-Kensett came down to one word, defense. “I told them neither team had played a lick of defense,”
The VFW Auxiliary ladies in Nashua keep busy throughout the year and donate their time and money to many worthy causes along the way.
After beginning to help herself, Ruth Kipp began helping others in the New Hampton community by forming and running a Weight Watchers program in New Hampton and Charles City.Kipp became a member of
Al Frost has coached Plainfield and Nashua-Plainfield teams to 381 dual victories during his long career. But he experienced a first last Thursday night when his Huskies won a dual meet without wi
Rev. Peter C. Bodensteiner age 97 of New Hampton, died Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, at Kensington Place Assisted Living in New Hampton. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan.
Josephine Agnes Falteisek Roethler, 99, of Ionia, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017 at Whispering Willow Assisted Living, Fredericksburg.Services are 11 a.m. Saturday Jan. 21, 2017 at St.
Turkey Valley's wrestlers played catch-up last week. After a long layoff in December, one in which they didn't wrestle at all after the South Winn invite Dec.
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