Duncan Slick climbed the ladder to the top of his loft barn, saw the John Deere blanket, the John Deere stuffed toy tractor and the tractor pillowcase. The little 4-year-old stopped for a second and took it all in.
When Marcus Herold left the game with an injury late in the first quarter of the Turkey Valley-North Iowa football game Friday, the Trojans lost their leading rusher, No. 1 receiver and the top defensive player. Oh, and their punter.
New Hampton’s City Council decided last week that it would eschew hiring a new street superintendent and, instead, will create a public works director position.
Go back two months and tell Carter Ferrie and his New Hampton football teammates that they would finish 2-5, and trust us, they would have laughed you back into your time machine.
Long bus rides home after a tough loss can be a painful reminder that setbacks in volleyball are never easy.
We’re not sure, quite honestly, if Beth Henningsen is going to like this story. She’d rather this tale be about the volunteers, the donors and the recipients of an organization she started … basically anyone but herself.

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Duncan Slick climbed the ladder to the top of his loft barn, saw the John Deere blanket, the John Deere stuffed toy tractor and the tractor pillowcase. The little 4-year-old stopped for a second and took it all in. “Oh my God,” he said with about the biggest smile a 4-year-old can flash, and the...
New Hampton’s City Council decided last week that it would eschew hiring a new street superintendent and, instead, will create a public works director position. The idea, Councilman Bruce Diiro said, was that having someone oversee the street, wastewater and water departments would help with...
We’re not sure, quite honestly, if Beth Henningsen is going to like this story. She’d rather this tale be about the volunteers, the donors and the recipients of an organization she started … basically anyone but herself. But to understand Heavenly Days Dream Rooms, to recognize why it’s so...
It’s nothing fancy, but that sign, well, it’s a staple of Alta Vista. For 42 years, Dean Folkers “changed out” that sign that sits on the “four corners” of the little town in northern Chickasaw County. Sometimes the sign touted upcoming events in the “Friendly Town,” other times it celebrated an...
Here’s one advantage to voting early: You’d have a great excuse not to watch any more of the presidential debates. OK, that was probably a low blow to the debates, but for those of us who watched or saw the “lowlights” of last week’s first debate, we do have a point. In all seriousness, the first...
It’s really early — like the top of the first inning of a baseball game or the first couple of minutes of a football game — but area farmers say that they’re hopeful they will get better-than-expected yields, despite a growing season that was adversely affected by drought. The harvest season got...

 

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When Marcus Herold left the game with an injury late in the first quarter of the Turkey Valley-North Iowa football game Friday, the Trojans lost their leading rusher, No. 1 receiver and the top defensive player. Oh, and their punter. Ouch. With several players stepping up, the TV team might have...
Go back two months and tell Carter Ferrie and his New Hampton football teammates that they would finish 2-5, and trust us, they would have laughed you back into your time machine. “I don’t care what anyone says, we’re still a good football team,” the senior running back and linebacker said after...
Long bus rides home after a tough loss can be a painful reminder that setbacks in volleyball are never easy. That’s why it’s always best to win when travelling to away matches after putting in the extra, added energy of playing on one’s home court. The New Hampton Chickasaws did just that on Monday...
There were a lot of story lines to choose from when it came to Saturday’s Crestwood Invitational. There were the champions — New Hampton’s Dylan Usher and Turkey Valley’s Jalyssa Blazek. There was the PR run from Cambree Kruse, the Turkey Valley runner who came up with the run of her career. And...

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