Turkey Valley’s Brad Kriener lines up shots during a meet against Osage Tuesday afternoon.
There was a sight at the Turkey Valley trapshooting meet Tuesday that was worth the price of admission (if there was an admission, which there isn’t) and somewhat of a rare sighting this spring.Kids in shirtsleeves.
With an FFA quilt designed and made by Patricia Schilling in the background, Rachel Grober delivers one of two addresses given at New Hampton's annual FFA banquet.
The t-shirts — both the fronts and the backs — tell the story of New Hampton FFA.
Nashua residents Cary Griffith (left) and Jeff Trost spent many a night together as officials for high school sporting events.
Cary Griffith looked over at his longtime friend and partner, Jeff Trost, and smiled.“Remember that night we came home from West Union,” Griffith asked?“Oh my gosh, that’s a night you don’t forget,” Trost answered.
Kids "stretch out" during an EAGLE program activity at the Nashua Public Library.
The spring EAGLE Program was held on Saturday morning even though the sound of wind could be heard throughout the library, reminding everyone it was not spring like weather outstide.
Finances, enrollment and accessibility were among considerations in a study of closing or restructuring one of the three Nashua-Plainfield attendance centers, which consultant Dr.
An Iowa Department of Transportation plow clears snow off of Main Street in New Hampton Wednesday morning.
Chickasaw County Sheriff Marty Hemann answer was quick Wednesday morning when asked about traveling.
Turkey Valley’s Brad Kriener lines up shots during a meet against Osage Tuesday afternoon.
With an FFA quilt designed and made by Patricia Schilling in the background, Rachel Grober delivers one of two addresses given at New Hampton's annual FFA banquet.
Nashua residents Cary Griffith (left) and Jeff Trost spent many a night together as officials for high school sporting events.
Kids "stretch out" during an EAGLE program activity at the Nashua Public Library.
An Iowa Department of Transportation plow clears snow off of Main Street in New Hampton Wednesday morning.

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With an FFA quilt designed and made by Patricia Schilling in the background, Rachel Grober delivers one of two addresses given at New Hampton's annual FFA banquet.
The t-shirts — both the fronts and the backs — tell the story of New Hampton FFA.That was the message the two featured speakers, seniors Rachel Grober and Hannah Heit, shared with the more than 200 people who turned out for the New Hampton FFA 87th Annual Banquet Tuesday night.Both students have...
Kids "stretch out" during an EAGLE program activity at the Nashua Public Library.
The spring EAGLE Program was held on Saturday morning even though the sound of wind could be heard throughout the library, reminding everyone it was not spring like weather outstide.EAGLE coordinator Diane Day began the program with Spring Time dance that all could join in hoping to bring Spring to...
Finances, enrollment and accessibility were among considerations in a study of closing or restructuring one of the three Nashua-Plainfield attendance centers, which consultant Dr. David Else presented to more than 65 attendees at the Monday School Board meeting.The board will meet on Monday, April...
An Iowa Department of Transportation plow clears snow off of Main Street in New Hampton Wednesday morning.
Chickasaw County Sheriff Marty Hemann answer was quick Wednesday morning when asked about traveling. "Don't do it," he said. "It's just nasty out right now. The plows are doing their best, but the snow's falling so fast, it's almost impossible to keep up." Hemann wasn't kidding as snow was falling...
Almost a month into the season, Chickasaw County residents are stil waiting for spring, and they're going to be waiting a little longer, too. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning from 7 a.m. Wednesday through 1 a.m. Thursday for the county, and forecasters say up to eight...
The line of the weekend may have been overheard at Kwik Star Sunday afternoon. “I don’t really give a you-know-what that it could have been a lot worse. This just sucks.” Maybe we’ve been wrong; maybe spring really isn’t coming this year.For a fourth straight weekend, Chickasaw County received a...

 

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Journey Howe fires a shot during a recent New Hampton trapshooting event.
Even with over eight inches of snow falling in the area Wednesday, the Chickasaw trapshooters were hoping for a meet the next day. A contingent of shovelers, including coach Chuck Stanton, were out clearing the runways when the snow ended.“It might turn into a lake tomorrow,” said Stanton. “We...
Turkey Valley’s Brad Kriener lines up shots during a meet against Osage Tuesday afternoon.
There was a sight at the Turkey Valley trapshooting meet Tuesday that was worth the price of admission (if there was an admission, which there isn’t) and somewhat of a rare sighting this spring.Kids in shirtsleeves.Not many, to be certain, but a couple. And those students looked painfully cold as...
Nashua residents Cary Griffith (left) and Jeff Trost spent many a night together as officials for high school sporting events.
Cary Griffith looked over at his longtime friend and partner, Jeff Trost, and smiled.“Remember that night we came home from West Union,” Griffith asked?“Oh my gosh, that’s a night you don’t forget,” Trost answered.It was years ago, but the two Nashua residents had officiated a playoff basketball...
Evan Kalainoff, left, makes up the “stagger” in the sprint medley relay at last week’s New Hampton Coed Invitational.
The outdoor opener for Nashua-Plainfield’s boys track team was scheduled to be run on March 26, but this pesky thing called winter got in the way.And it stayed in the way through three more cancellations, but finally, the Huskies got a chance to compete outdoors last Thursday, and then they had to...

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