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Nashua proposes numerous changes to Sheriff’s contract

By Kelly Terpstra

sports@nhtrib.com

The city of Nashua wants to protect its own interests.

Broken clarifier at waste water treatment plant needs fixed

By Kelly Terpstra

Of the Reporter

New Hampton gets invite from the UIC

The merger between the Northeast Iowa Conference and the Upper Iowa Conference may be dead on arrival, especially after the latter extended invitations to 10 schools, including three from the NEIC.

EMS interviews will be ‘private’

Chickasaw County leaders and residents should know the results of an ambulance feasibility study by sometime in June, the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors learned during a meeting Monday.

Breitbach ekes out win by two votes in special election

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is an updated version of a story that will appear in the March 3 Tribune.

Nashua to reduce sheriff hours

By Kelly Terpstra

Of the Reporter

One of biggest votes yet for the new Nashua City Council took place at Monday’s meeting.

Spring didn’t stick around very long

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

From an absolutely beautiful 48-degree Sunday to a no-school day on Tuesday, Iowa weather showed just how fickle it can be.

School Board faces choice with tax levy

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

The New Hampton School Board has some decisions to make in the next month as it prepares to certify its 2022-23 budget and tax levy.

Dancing the night away!

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

Wonderful Winterfest!

By Dorothy Huber

dorhubernews@gmail.com

Nashua applies for CDBG grant to help with Greeley St. Project

By Kelly Terpstra

Of the Reporter

A $2.3 million street improvement project may get a financial boost if federal funds are allocated to the city of Nashua to fix storm water issues on Greeley Street.