By Bob Fenske
All of who have called Iowa home for a while know that the weather in our little corner of the world can turn on the proverbial dime.
Lisa Rude began playing pickleball in 2019, and the New Hampton resident almost immediately fell in love with the sport.
By Kelly Terpstra
Of the Reporter
Jake Johnson was selected by a unanimous vote the second time around to fill out the remaining open spot on the Nashua City Council at last Monday’s meeting.
Harmony Iriarte and Jax Mohs may be young, but they know just how much hearts can hurt.
Chickasaw County Engineer Roman Lensing came to Monday’s Board of Supervisors meeting hoping for a 6 percent raise.
Paul Scally believes if he’s doing two jobs, he ought to be paid for both of them, or at least partially for one of them.
County leaders decided Monday to put veterans in front of water.
If there is a rule when it comes to the second Sunday of March it is this: The New Hampton Lions Club will be doing the cooking for breakfast.