New Hampton’s Bank Iowa employees (from left) Tara Pesek, Matt Ysbrand, Hannah Geerts, Colleen Kruger, Kim Berns, Renea Huinker, Andrea Meier and Connor Cleveland pose with the “birthday cake” that has served as the bank’s float in a number of summer parades. Absent from the photo are Cindy Zeien and Laura Wight.
Colleen Kruger and Marcia Kilcher couldn’t keep from laughing recently as they took a trip back in time.
The County Board of Supervisors brainstormed options Monday for more efficient use of office space for the County Attorney’s Office and other satellite buildings.
Emma Brincks (left) and Kinsey Reicks (right) hug as they rehearse a scene in Camp Creamery’s “Lights, Hollywood, Action.”
Overheard at Camp Creamery on Wednesday morning.“Quiet backstage.”“We’re going to try this.”“Oh my gosh, that’s what we want.”“Quiet backstage. I think we’ve said that a million times.”
Six years and 15 days will be the length of Nashua Police Chief Travis Marvin’s career with the Nashua Police Department since he now has a week before moving to his new position at the Bremer County Sheriff’s Office.
Plainfield residents and visitors of all ages will display their American pride throughout the four-day celebration of Plainfield Days this weekend.
Findings of an independent state audit of County Social Services were shared with the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors Monday by board Chairman Jacob Hackman, who attends CSS meetings for the board.Only two items were found:
New Hampton’s Bank Iowa employees (from left) Tara Pesek, Matt Ysbrand, Hannah Geerts, Colleen Kruger, Kim Berns, Renea Huinker, Andrea Meier and Connor Cleveland pose with the “birthday cake” that has served as the bank’s float in a number of summer parades. Absent from the photo are Cindy Zeien and Laura Wight.
Emma Brincks (left) and Kinsey Reicks (right) hug as they rehearse a scene in Camp Creamery’s “Lights, Hollywood, Action.”

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New Hampton’s Bank Iowa employees (from left) Tara Pesek, Matt Ysbrand, Hannah Geerts, Colleen Kruger, Kim Berns, Renea Huinker, Andrea Meier and Connor Cleveland pose with the “birthday cake” that has served as the bank’s float in a number of summer parades. Absent from the photo are Cindy Zeien and Laura Wight.
Colleen Kruger and Marcia Kilcher couldn’t keep from laughing recently as they took a trip back in time. Spread out in front of the two longtime Bank Iowa employees were newspaper articles and advertisements from 20 years ago when the State Bank of Lawler came to New Hampton. “Oh my gosh, look at...
The County Board of Supervisors brainstormed options Monday for more efficient use of office space for the County Attorney’s Office and other satellite buildings.The office is currently located in the FS building, at 1928 Linn. Until a fire eight years ago, it had been located diagonally across...
Emma Brincks (left) and Kinsey Reicks (right) hug as they rehearse a scene in Camp Creamery’s “Lights, Hollywood, Action.”
Overheard at Camp Creamery on Wednesday morning.“Quiet backstage.”“We’re going to try this.”“Oh my gosh, that’s what we want.”“Quiet backstage. I think we’ve said that a million times.”Welcome to New Hampton’s most unique camps, a weeklong affair sponsored by the New Hampton Parks and Recreation...
Six years and 15 days will be the length of Nashua Police Chief Travis Marvin’s career with the Nashua Police Department since he now has a week before moving to his new position at the Bremer County Sheriff’s Office.Marvin handed in his resignation letter to the Nashua City Council at its last...
Plainfield residents and visitors of all ages will display their American pride throughout the four-day celebration of Plainfield Days this weekend.Thursday evening, “Living in America” day, the festivities will begin with the annual MBS Family Farms dinner. Pork tenderloins and chips will be...
Findings of an independent state audit of County Social Services were shared with the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors Monday by board Chairman Jacob Hackman, who attends CSS meetings for the board.Only two items were found:First, minutes of Regional Governance Board minutes, though complete,...

 

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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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