Suzy Turner stood next to the grave of Frank Dann at the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery in France and prepared to deliver a short eulogy on the Nashua man who made the ultimate sacrifice for his c
Pies, ice cream, growing an elf and building a snowman were just a few of the fun activities during the annual Bradford Christmas in July with Santa popping in to talk to kids of all ages.
Toe-tapping music and great food were the perfect combination Wednesday evening [July 18] when veterans were able to listen to local talent at the Nashua Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall.
The Emergency Management and 911 Commission decided last month [June 28] to hire a “deputy coordinator” at full-time, and the Board of Supervisors recently discussed the issue.
The New Hampton School Board last week agreed with its superintendent’s recommendation to put aside money from its SAVE Fund each month so that when the district makes payments on its bonds next ye
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Iowa has opened its new office in New Hampton, at 25 ½ E. Main St.
Five individuals were taken to the hospital, treated for apparent minor injuries and released after a four-vehicle accident that occurred on South Linn Avenue shortly before 8 a.m.
The “Carney Boys” grew up in North Washington, moved to Cedar Falls and then spread across the country, but once a year, they reunite for a “brothers weekend.”
The ethanol plant in rural Lawler, Homeland Energy Solutions, was honored with the “Project of the “Year” Award from Ethanol Producer Magazine last month, for an expansion to the plant that was com
New Hampton Mayor Deb Larsen said this week her ultimate goal is to have a new police chief in place before the current one retires at the end of next month.