The Carnegie Cultural Center in New Hampton is doing its part to make sure the history of 6-on-6 girls basketball won’t be forgotten anytime soon.
As Lynn Throndson watched some old cement steps get jackhammered Saturday, he raised his voice to be heard over the din.
Kayla Smith was “feeling a cupcake” so the Pocketful of Posies owner stopped into the Blue Iris to visit the Kakery, and New Horizons-Chamber’s latest event was born.
We’ve written about big innings before, but this one takes the cake.
The Nashua Public Library held a dedication recently to celebrate the life of Diane Day, the longtime coordinator of a preschool reading program.
The New Hampton City Council met as a “committee as a whole” on Monday night before its regular city council to discuss if and how to provide funding for the ambulance service contract, but after g
After a month of struggling, the Turkey Valley baseball team was finally able to taste sweet victory last week, not once, but twice, as they nabbed their first two wins of the season.
After losing two crucial Northeast Iowa Conference games to Waverly-Shell Rock in the middle of last week, the Chickasaw baseball team could have easily hung their heads in their contests on Thursd
New Hampton’s new middle school and industrial technology and vocational agriculture center will be ready for students Aug.
If New Hampton property owners don’t cut their grass, it’s going to cost them a proverbial pretty penny for the city to do it, City Council members decided on Monday.