There were plenty of fish at the Nashua Town and Country Club on Friday evening [April 12] at the Nashua-Plainfield Lions Club’s Annual Fish Fry.
Plainfield residents braved the windy weather on Saturday [April 13] while having a full day of shopping and fun.The Plainfield City-Wide garage sales started the morning for spring cleaners and shoppers alike.
New Hampton High School senior Nolan Usher looked at his “financial records” Wednesday afternoon and came to a quick conclusion.
Nashua City Clerk John Ott knows Nashua has a lot of positives going for it when it comes to tourism.
The Chickasaw County Emergency Management Commission voted 6-2 to hire a part-time deputy Emergency Management coordinator, but not for any lack of qualifications.
Nashua Public Library staff turned the springtime saying, “April showers bring May flowers,” into a workshop for children during the last day of National Library Week.

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There were plenty of fish at the Nashua Town and Country Club on Friday evening [April 12] at the Nashua-Plainfield Lions Club’s Annual Fish Fry.It took four fryers to cook the 660 pounds of fish, and the club ordered 20 more pounds this year to make sure they had enough to serve the more than 600...
Plainfield residents braved the windy weather on Saturday [April 13] while having a full day of shopping and fun.The Plainfield City-Wide garage sales started the morning for spring cleaners and shoppers alike.Plainfield Days Committee members began their busy day by welcoming shoppers with food...
New Hampton High School senior Nolan Usher looked at his “financial records” Wednesday afternoon and came to a quick conclusion.“I don’t have enough money,” he said with a laugh. “I got to be honest with you, this adult stuff isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.”He wasn’t alone; in other words, the...
Nashua City Clerk John Ott knows Nashua has a lot of positives going for it when it comes to tourism.The city is home to a beautiful park, complete with a lake provided by the dam on the Cedar River. Just outside the city sits the famed Little Brown Church. And the Avenue of the Saints provides...
The Chickasaw County Emergency Management Commission voted 6-2 to hire a part-time deputy Emergency Management coordinator, but not for any lack of qualifications.The hiring committee interviewed four people and recommended Bridget Edson, who has coordinated Emergency Management for Floyd County...
Nashua Public Library staff turned the springtime saying, “April showers bring May flowers,” into a workshop for children during the last day of National Library Week.Saturday morning, children were able to get out of the cold to enjoy making springtime crafts at the library. Stencils, markers,...

 

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Turkey Valley’s Marisa Mueterthies keeps an eye on her shot during a recent meet at Jackson Heights.
Turkey Valley’s girls cut four strokes from their first meet team score to their second, but the score plummeted Tuesday as the Trojans played in a triangular against Decorah and South Winn. The second meet of the season came on Monday, as both the Trojan boys and girls won a meet against a short-...
New Hampton’s Austin Geerts takes the baton from Joshua Holschlag in the distance medley relay at the Comet Relays Tuesday.
An undermanned New Hampton boys track team struggled to a sixth-place finish at the Comet Relays in Charles City Tuesday night, but it wasn’t a completely lost night for the Chickasaws. Noah Fenske won both the shot put and the discus, Bryce Maloy posted a season-best time of 11.93 seconds to...
Turkey Valley’s Jackson Vsetecka totaled a score of 36 at the Fredericksburg Sportsman’s Club on Monday.
It was a good day for the New Hampton trapshooting team, who competed in a triangular against Waverly-Shell Rock and Turkey Valley at Fredericksburg Sportsman’s Club on Monday.  The Chickasaws dominated, with all three of the top boys and two of the top three girls. The only girl who wasn’t from...
New Hampton senior Wyatt Stochl chips the ball onto a green during Monday’s meet against Waverly-Shell Rock.
Going into his senior year, Wyatt Stochl’s best 18-hole score stood at 79. So when he turned in a 40 after the first round of an 18-hole meet at the New Hampton Golf and Country Club Monday, he just needed to cut a stroke in the second round to tie that record. But his second round was a 33. He cut...

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