Cam Haar was definitely the kid of the bunch gathered around the machine Saturday morning, but he didn’t care.
State Bank employee NIck Winter and TRIBE Trail Committee member Tammy Robinson help prepare another batch of corn during a Cookin' for a Cause event last week.
Rick Kramer and Grant Anderson will be the first to admit that they were a little nervous – OK, a lot nervous — last Thursday.
Overheard at Classic Night last week: “Grandpa, this car’s older even than you.”
Just like the mail, the garbage never stops.It’s a reality that the Floyd–Mitchell–Chickasaw Landfill near Elma faces on a daily basis.
Justin Adam is like every single other high school band director in the state in at least one regard.No offense to the football players or coaches, but boy oh boy, he’d love to have the Chickasaws open the season on the road.
Almost as soon as he learned that Mike Anderson would be retiring after 32 years as New Hampton’s police chief, Zach Nosbisch was interested in applying for the job.
State Bank employee NIck Winter and TRIBE Trail Committee member Tammy Robinson help prepare another batch of corn during a Cookin' for a Cause event last week.

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Cam Haar was definitely the kid of the bunch gathered around the machine Saturday morning, but he didn’t care.“I’m the young guy, no doubt about it,” the 24-year-old Alta Vista man said, “but I love this. This is how I was raised, to appreciate where we came from, and this gives you that.”“This,”...
State Bank employee NIck Winter and TRIBE Trail Committee member Tammy Robinson help prepare another batch of corn during a Cookin' for a Cause event last week.
Rick Kramer and Grant Anderson will be the first to admit that they were a little nervous – OK, a lot nervous — last Thursday.It was 5 p.m., the State Bank’s Cookin’ for a Cause event to support New Hampton’s TRIBE Trail was supposed to start.“And we didn’t have anyone there,” said Anderson, State...
Overheard at Classic Night last week: “Grandpa, this car’s older even than you.”It might have been the line of the night, but the reality is that the latest Classic Night did exactly what organizers — the owners of the Blue Iris, Josie’s and Butch’s — wanted it to do. Namely, it brought people...
Just like the mail, the garbage never stops.It’s a reality that the Floyd–Mitchell–Chickasaw Landfill near Elma faces on a daily basis.The landfill is ready to open some more ground in what is a race against time and accumulation of refuse that ranges anywhere from sofas to dead animal carcases —...
Justin Adam is like every single other high school band director in the state in at least one regard.No offense to the football players or coaches, but boy oh boy, he’d love to have the Chickasaws open the season on the road.“We’d all like more time,” Adam said with a laugh Wednesday morning as he...
Almost as soon as he learned that Mike Anderson would be retiring after 32 years as New Hampton’s police chief, Zach Nosbisch was interested in applying for the job.And now he has it after Mayor Deb Larsen appointed the Chickasaw County Sheriff’s Office deputy to the position Monday night, and the...

 

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New Hampton’s Mason Cleveland fires to first base to complete a double play in the third inning of Tuesday night’s Class 2A district game with North Fayette Valley.
Mason Cleveland figured Tuesday night sooner or later his New Hampton teammates would bust open the game, but even if they didn’t, the Chickasaws would be just fine. They were, thanks in large part to a monster game from Cleveland, who figured in both New Hampton runs at the plate, completed a...
Despite a rough start, Turkey Valley’s Cale Reicks pitched a 4-1 win over Edgewood-Colesburg in the first round of the district tourney Tuesday.
District time can be unpredictable. Turkey Valley pitcher Cale Reicks doesn’t usually get nervous on the mound, but maybe he was in the first inning against Edgewood-Colesburg. He doesn’t usually pitch high and outside, but this time he did. “I guess we were lucky to get out of that first inning...
Jordon Snyder, shown here delivering a pitch in a game against MFL-Mar-Mac earlier this season, tossed a five-hitter that included six strikeouts and no walks in a win over Postville Thursday.
How do you turn nine hits into 18 runs?  In the second game of a doubleheader sweep over Postville Thursday, walks helped the Trojans earn an 18-3 win, scoring the highest run total of the season. Three different Pirate pitchers threw a total of 13 walks in the Trojan win.  Turkey Valley, on the...
All four of New Hampton’s infielders — (from left) Aden Zwanziger, Mason Cleveland, Noah Fye and Ryan Anderson — shown here standing at attention during the national anthem at a recent home  game, made spectacular plays in the Chickasaws’ 7-3 win over Lansing Kee on Friday.
Braydon Fisher understandably has no regrets when it comes to his decision to play baseball this summer. “I love playing baseball with this team, and I love playing anything for New Hampton,” the senior outfielder said after the Chickasaw concluded a wildly successful regular season with a 7-3 win...

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