The Nashua-Plainfield Elementary students were led by Chief Deputy Reed Palo from the Chickasaw County Sheriff’s Office, Nashua Police Officer Stephen Johnson (now with the Sheriff’s Office) and "K9" Duke when they hosted the Huskies Healthiest St
The vocal students of New Hampton Community Schools truly saved the best for last Monday night as they finished the every-other-year Parade of Choirs Concert with a flourish.
The fate of a city-owned lot remained up in the air on Monday night after the Nashua City Council did not approve the sale of the lot at 202 Main Street to Lincoln Savings Bank.
Nolan Usher runs Thursday at Garner
Two Turkey Valley runners, one from New Hampton and one from Nashua-Plainfield will be representing the area in both the 1A and 2A cross country meets after finishing in the top 15 in their respective state qualifying meets Thursday.
Shawnessy Lau laughed when asked if she was nervous about her big day on Sunday.
Local restaurateurs, take note.Leon Sheets is “a pretty big fan of a good pork tenderloin.”
Nolan Usher runs Thursday at Garner

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The Nashua-Plainfield Elementary students were led by Chief Deputy Reed Palo from the Chickasaw County Sheriff’s Office, Nashua Police Officer Stephen Johnson (now with the Sheriff’s Office) and "K9" Duke when they hosted the Huskies Healthiest State Walk on Oct. 3.“Walk more. Connect more,” was...
The vocal students of New Hampton Community Schools truly saved the best for last Monday night as they finished the every-other-year Parade of Choirs Concert with a flourish.Now, don’t get the wrong idea, the performances by the four choirs — Keynotes, Seventh and Eighth, NuHi Chorale and the...
The fate of a city-owned lot remained up in the air on Monday night after the Nashua City Council did not approve the sale of the lot at 202 Main Street to Lincoln Savings Bank.The meeting attracted a full house as a number of residents took issue with the fact that council members earlier this...
Shawnessy Lau laughed when asked if she was nervous about her big day on Sunday. “I tend to be a worrywart before performances, and so I worry about getting the flu, getting sick or something like that,” the 2014 New Hampton High School graduate said. Lau paused for a moment and laughed. “And I...
Local restaurateurs, take note.Leon Sheets is “a pretty big fan of a good pork tenderloin.”He was excited last Thursday because Friday was the release date of this year’s Iowa’s Best Breaded Pork Tenderloin award. Even though it went to a southeast Iowa restaurant, some remarkable tenderloins have...
A special City Council meeting was held on Thursday evening to discuss options for the Nashua Police Department after another officer resigned from the force.Nashua Police Officer Stephen Johnson has accepted a position with the Chickasaw County Sheriff’s Office, and his last day will be coming...

 

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Nolan Usher runs Thursday at Garner
Two Turkey Valley runners, one from New Hampton and one from Nashua-Plainfield will be representing the area in both the 1A and 2A cross country meets after finishing in the top 15 in their respective state qualifying meets Thursday. Jalyssa Blazek won the 17-team 1A meet with a time of 19:49.59,...
Turkey Valley junior Lindsey Jackson finished with eight digs for the Trojans in the final regular-season match last week.
With Tripoli looming in the postseason, Turkey Valley ended their regular season last Thursday with a 3-0 loss to Central of Elkader to finish the 2018 campaign with a 4-21 record. The Trojan girls did have a 25-13 loss, but on either end of that was a close 25-21 loss. “I am pleased with their...
Nashua-Plainfield’s Chloe Matthews nips Mason City Newman’s Chloe Nelson at the finish line during Monday’s conference meet.
Any other year and Jenn Kalainoff would not have been happy with the fact that her Nashua-Plainfield cross country teams had to run the Top of Iowa Conference on Monday, just three days before it heads to Cedar Rapids for tonight’s [Thursday] Class 1A state qualifying meet. Then again, 2018 isn’t...
Kiersten Tenge puts down a kill in New Hampton’s straight-set victory over North Fayette Valley in a first-round Class 3A regional game Wednesday.
Kerigan Tenge pondered the question on which — a kill or an ace serve — gave her a bigger thrill when it comes to volleyball. “An ace is right up there, I’m not saying that,” the New Hampton senior said after New Hampton overcame a slow start and buried North Fayette Valley 25-10, 25-4, 25-7 in the...

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