By Bob Fenske
New Hampton Community Schools’ top administrator is grateful that he won’t have to experience a particular kind of deja vu this summer.
Imagine moving 8,000 miles from home — a move that comes with a dramatic climate change — and one would expect a certain amount of angst.
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors Monday put the brakes on its sheriff's proposal to buy new in-car and body cameras for his deputies.
The drizzle was falling and the wind was blowing when Dawn Heying asked the question last Friday evening.
Turkey Valley High School High School celebrated its prom on Saturday.
The high school gym was packed with parents and onlookers during the Grand March.
Turkey Valley will graduate its seniors on Sunday, May 21.
Of the Reporter
Ask Cal Levi or Kadence Huck what their favorite part of being involved with National History Day, and they may flash quick smiles and mention the “snacks.”
By Kelly Terpstra
There’s “Beetlejuice,” “Alice in Wonderland” and “Edward Scissorhands.”