The one thing that is true during every homecoming week is nothing is normal, and 2018 was certainly no exception at Nashua-Plainfield.But this current group of Huskies, especially two brothers, are adaptable.
One case of West Nile Virus has been identified in Chickasaw County, and the virus is on the rise statewide, says Public Health Director Kathy Babcock.Statewide, Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) reports 39 con-
Shown bringing up a dig in a recent meet, Rachel Rinken finished with six kills, three blocks and six aces in a sweep of Decorah Tuesday.
After winning their first set against Decorah by a 25-9 score Tuesday, the Chickasaw girls were up 17-4 in the second set.
Members of the public, many of them public safety workers, packed a hearing on Monday and showed overwhelming support for updating the radio communication system at an estimated cost of $3 million, during sessions of the Chickasaw County Board of
Nashua-Plainfield’s Abbi Hauser goes up for a block attempt while teammates Libby Fisher and Brianna Bienemann keep a close eye on the ball during a match played earlier this season.
Nashua-Plainfield got so many things out of its home tournament Saturday that coach Amber McCall didn’t know where to begin.
The building has been updated, remodeled and now is open for business. Bloom Hair Studio is ready to cover hair styling, perms, waxing, nails and a variety of needs for the Nashua area residents.
Shown bringing up a dig in a recent meet, Rachel Rinken finished with six kills, three blocks and six aces in a sweep of Decorah Tuesday.
Nashua-Plainfield’s Abbi Hauser goes up for a block attempt while teammates Libby Fisher and Brianna Bienemann keep a close eye on the ball during a match played earlier this season.

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The one thing that is true during every homecoming week is nothing is normal, and 2018 was certainly no exception at Nashua-Plainfield.But this current group of Huskies, especially two brothers, are adaptable.When homecoming king candidate Caleb Ulrichs couldn’t make it to the coronation ceremony,...
One case of West Nile Virus has been identified in Chickasaw County, and the virus is on the rise statewide, says Public Health Director Kathy Babcock.Statewide, Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) reports 39 con-firmed cases of West Nile virus — and 34 suspected cases under investigation for...
Members of the public, many of them public safety workers, packed a hearing on Monday and showed overwhelming support for updating the radio communication system at an estimated cost of $3 million, during sessions of the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors and 911 Board.After a federally-required...
The challenges just don’t want to go away for area farmers in 2018.They battled snow and rain in April and May to get their crops in the field. They dealt with an extremely wet June, before catching a break in July, but the recent deluge of rain that dropped more than 15 inches of precipitation on...
The building has been updated, remodeled and now is open for business. Bloom Hair Studio is ready to cover hair styling, perms, waxing, nails and a variety of needs for the Nashua area residents.Owner and stylist Chloe McMichael may be a graduate of Waverly-Shell Rock High School but she has...
Zach Nosbisch pointed to the somewhat large cup of coffee and laughed when asked about making the adjustment from working overnights to taking on a day shift.“This has helped immensely,” New Hampton’s police chief said with a smile, “but in all seriousness, it is, I think, going well. The officers...

 

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Under the watchful eye of second-year coach Ethan Adams, Addy Einwalter bumps the ball across the net in an earlier match.
Isn’t there a saying that attitude is everything? Then the Turkey Valley girls should continue to grow as a team, even though they struggled at the Waukon tourney last Saturday. The girls were 0-3 at the invitational, with losses to Central Elkader, North Crawford and Crestwood. “We played much...
Shown bringing up a dig in a recent meet, Rachel Rinken finished with six kills, three blocks and six aces in a sweep of Decorah Tuesday.
After winning their first set against Decorah by a 25-9 score Tuesday, the Chickasaw girls were up 17-4 in the second set. “Our intensity went down a little at that time,” said New Hampton junior Rachel Rinken. “But other than that we played pretty well.” Although Decorah did come back and scored a...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Sam Fundermann (88) tackles a West Fork ball carrier as the Huskies’ Levi Lindner (22) comes up to help provide support.
Injuries plus sickness plus too many mistakes is not a good football equation, and it all adds up to an 0-4 start for Nashua-Plainfield. The latest loss came last Friday as West Fork used a quick start — the Warhawks scored on their first three drives of the game — to roll to a 34-0 non-district...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Abbi Hauser goes up for a block attempt while teammates Libby Fisher and Brianna Bienemann keep a close eye on the ball during a match played earlier this season.
Nashua-Plainfield got so many things out of its home tournament Saturday that coach Amber McCall didn’t know where to begin. The Huskies got their first win of the season. They put together their first winning streak of the season. And they got an opportunity to play a “deciding” set, not once, but...

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