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Supervisors consider streaming meetings

By Kelly Terpstra

sports@nhtrib.com

Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors meetings in the near future could be live-streamed or viewed via the Internet by the consuming public. 

A running family

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

It has been in so many ways a renaissance season for the New Hampton cross country program.

New county attorney ready to go to work

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

Say this for the new Chickasaw County attorney, he definitely isn’t afraid to jump right into a new job.

Viral photo leads to national TV interview

By James Grob

jgrob@charlescitypress.com

Some moments are bigger than the game. Sometimes unexpectedly so.

Council makes it official: Prichard to be new city attorney

When the New Hampton City Council next meets on Sept. 7, something — or shall we say, someone — is going to be missing.

More than just a nurse

Marianne Kurash wears many “hats” at MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center.
She’s a cardiac rehab nurse, the employee health nurse, and an educator — teaching advanced cardiac classes to her fellow employees.

Farmers hoping for good ‘ending’

Ask ISU Extension Agronomist Terry Basol the keys to getting through what has been an extremely difficult growing season for area farmers, and his answer is twofold.

TRIBE Trail to take a break with fundraising

Fundraising for Phase III of the TRIBE Trail is being put on hold, but that doesn’t mean the proponents of the trail that will eventually connect Mikkelson Park and New Hampton’s west-side Industrial Park are giving up, either.

TRIBE Trail to take a break with fundraising

Fundraising for Phase III of the TRIBE Trail is being put on hold, but that doesn’t mean the proponents of the trail that will eventually connect Mikkelson Park and New Hampton’s west-side Industrial Park are giving up, either.

Celebrating 50!

We’re not sure which quote sums up TriMark’s big party held this past Friday to celebrate the New Hampton manufacturer’s 50th birthday.

Drought takes turn for better

Well, that extreme drought didn’t last long … at least in Chickasaw County.

County scrambles for attorney

The Chickasaw County Attorney’s Office will lose both of its lawyers next month, leaving county officials scrambling to fill the two vacancies.

Going outside of the box

The need for workers, the lack of housing and a desperate shortage of daycare slots are the three biggest challenges facing New Hampton in 2021.
And in a sense, they are intertwined.

Libraries just want to ‘have fun’ this summer

Summer is in full color at libraries around Chickasaw County as summer reading programs kick off, some this month, some next month, for children and families.