There have been many discussions about the new garbage and recycling totes leaving some wondering when the citizens will have their new totes or if they are still going to start the program.
Do you know that line that kicks off Sunday Night Football, the one that goes “are you ready for some football?”Nashua-Plainfield better be ready, for the Huskies are about to embark on a three-gam
Don’t get Nashua Mayor Angie Dietz wrong, she would have done anything to see her city spared the storms that struck the area with a vengeance last week.But the flooding and storm damage that hit t
The good news is Nashua-Plainfield volleyball coach Amber Carter saw some good signs in last Tuesday’s loss to North Butler.The bad news is Mother Nature messed up any momentum the Huskies may have
Here’s a wake-up call.
Let’s put it this way: The Nashua-Plainfield cross country team does itself no favors when it comes to its annual home meet.“Our course is pretty challenging,” Nashua-Plainfield coach Jen Kalainoff
James "J" A. Olsen, age 40, of Alta Vista died Monday, Sept. 26, 2016, from injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident in rural Chickasaw County.A Celebration of Life will be held 11 a.m.
Reicks View Farms has brought a new technology of odor control to their swine confinement facility at 3030 120th Street, Lawler.Dale Reicks and his employees were excited to be showing off state of
Calling all master builders! The Carnegie Cultural Center is taking registrations for the Fall 2016 LEGO Club.
Two volleyball teams — Nashua-Plainfield and Clarksville — dropped out of the Dunkerton Tournament that was held Saturday, due to flooding in their towns. There was no flooding in Jackson J