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New Hampton's Noah Hopp is congratulated by coach Cory McDonald after the senior hit a home run against Central Springs this season.
  Maybe — no, scratch maybe and say absolutely — what New Hampton baseball coach Cory McDonald will miss the most about his seniors is their team-first attitude. He knows, for example, that the two seniors that were named all-state by the Iowa Newspaper Association earlier this week would trade the...
Sadie Nymeyer, along with Kim Fischer, was named to the UIC honorable mention list at the conclusion of the 2017 season.
   All of the Turkey Valley girls deserved to be named to the Upper Iowa Conference honor squads just for sticking with the program this year, but that’s not the way these things work.  So at the conclusion of a disappointing season, Sadie Nymeyer and Kim Fischer were the only ones listed as they...
Cody Hackman earned UIC first team honors for the second straight year and was a three-time UIC pick at the end of the season.
   Even though Cody Hackman played  catcher about as much as he was in centerfield, the Turkey Valley senior was named an Upper Iowa Conference first team outfielder for the 2017 season.   He was the only Trojan to land on the first team, but Evan Busta, Wyatt Blazek and Cale Reicks were listed as...
   Rick Kramer today is New Hampton Parks and Recreation director, but back in 1977, he had just graduated from high school, and he remembers the bicyclists camping at Mikkelson Park in New Hampton.   “It was a big deal, but nothing — I mean nothing — like it is today,” he said. “Back then, RAGBRAI...
Work on the New Hampton Municipal Airport runway is almost complete.
    Dan Scott admitted that he almost had tears in his eyes as his good friend and fellow New Hampton Airport Foundation member Jason Lahmann flew him over the airport runway recently.    As he looked below, the retired New Hampton businessman got his first really good look at the “new” runway at...
Mercy Medical Center-New Hampton athletic trainer Maggie Peterson looks over New Hampton wrestler Noah Glaser after a blood timeout was taken in a wrestling meet against Southeast Polk last winter.
   Maggie Peterson couldn’t help but laugh when she was asked about what her job looked like 100 years ago when Mercy Medical Center-New Hampton opened.   “That’s easy,” she said, “because it didn’t exist. Really, even 20 years ago, you didn’t see a lot of athletic trainers.”   And in a sense, as...
Among the former New Hampton players expected to compete in the Chickasaw Hoops Club Alumni Tournament is Kyle Smith, who now plays college basketball at Central in Pella.
    It wasn’t that the Chickasaw Hoops Club didn’t find its annual golf outing to be a fun, enjoyable or even a profitable fundraiser.    But something was missing.    “We honestly didn’t get a lot of former basketball players back,” said Hoops Club member Bruce Zwanziger. “We’d get a good turnout...
RAGBRAI riders head to Spencer on the first day of the Register’s Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa on Sunday. After making overnight stops in Spencer, Algona, Clear Lake and Charles City, RAGBRAI participants will make their way through Chickasaw County Thursday before stopping for in Cresco for the night. On Friday, they will pedal to Waukon before completing the ride Saturday in Lansing.
   Julie Winter-Havel sat in her office at the Blue Iris and went through her list.   Vendors? Check.   Information booths? Check.   Volunteers? Check.   T-shirts? Check.   On and on the list went, and then she was asked about the weather, and the New Hampton RAGBRAI Committee co-chairwoman laughed...
Fredericksburg’s Plum Creek Golf Course is closed Saturday morning after the area  was inundated with anywhere between 7 to 12 inches of rain over a 24-hour period.
    As Chickasaw County residents cleaned up after a thunderstorm with winds up to 70 miles per hour moved through the area last week, Mother Nature delivered another punch Friday and Saturday.    Residents in the southeastern part of New Hampton and in Fredericksburg reported receiving more than...
First team honors at the conclusion of the 2017 softball season went to Lauren Frerichs, shown coming in with one of her four runs scored in a regional game against Waukon.
While at the plate, New Hampton’s Lauren Frerichs had the fifth-best batting average in Northeast Iowa Conference softball games this season, which helped her earn first team honors at the end of the Chickasaw campaign.    Frerichs was the only first team pick for the NH girls, but Kallie Olson,...

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