At the recommendation of the 911 Board for “approach one” and in the face of overwhelming public support at a hearing on Monday night, the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to move fo
Ray Schwickerath stood near the National World War II Memorial on that sunny day in Washington, D.C., eight years ago and just smiled as he answered the question: What sus-
The Nashua City Council on Monday night agreed to support the Splash Pad project a group of residents are undertaking by providing plumbing for the new water and sewer lines to the site, grading t
Isn’t there a saying that attitude is everything?
Then the Turkey Valley girls should continue to grow as a team, even though they struggled at the Waukon tourney last Saturday.
The one thing that is true during every homecoming week is nothing is normal, and 2018 was certainly no exception at Nashua-Plainfield.
One case of West Nile Virus has been identified in Chickasaw County, and the virus is on the rise statewide, says Public Health Director Kathy Babcock.
After winning their first set against Decorah by a 25-9 score Tuesday, the Chickasaw girls were up 17-4 in the second set.
Members of the public, many of them public safety workers, packed a hearing on Monday and showed overwhelming support for updating the radio communication system at an estimated cost of $3 million,
Upon further review, running a meet in which the course was probably a quarter of a mile longer than regulation was just fine for the Nashua-Plainfield cross country teams; after all, the Huskies a
Injuries plus sickness plus too many mistakes is not a good football equation, and it all adds up to an 0-4 start for Nashua-Plainfield.