Turkey Valley’s Elliott Dietzenbach threads his way through the defense during the UIC-title clinching win last week.
The next best thing to an outright conference title is a share of the crown. And for the fourth straight year, Turkey Valley’s boys have earned either a share of the title or the full prize.
New Hampton property owners will see an increase in their property tax bills, after all, if the proposed budget that will have two public hearings next month is approved by the City Council.
New Hampton/Turkey Valley’s Jacob Reicks works for a takedown against Dike-New Hartford’s Aidan Walters during Saturday’s Class 2A sectional meet in New Hampton.
Carson Babcock had 371 days to think about what transpired on a mat in Independence on Feb. 9, 2019. The New Hampton/Turkey Valley junior finally found redemption Saturday.
New Hampton’s Carter Ferrie muscles his way through traffic for a layup in the district loss to Denver.
In order to pull off the upset over a 15-6 Denver team in their opening-round district game, the New Hampton boys basketball team needed to put together a solid performance at both ends of the court.
Because of HIPPA rules, the Tribune borrowed Dawson Monteith to show how Rachel Knecht and her fellow surgical nurses try to ease the fears of young children who are about to have surgery at MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center.
Glen Geerts’ “day” is almost complete as he talks with Audra Burgart just after 7 a.m. on a Wednesday morning at the med/surg nurse’s desk inside MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center.
New Hampton senior Emma Reicherts shares a hug with her mother, Tori, during Senior Parent Night festivities that took place before the game against Oelwein.
Freshman Carlee Rochford has been sensational all year for the New Hampton girls basketball team. However, on Thursday night against Central Springs, she took her game to a whole new level.
Turkey Valley’s Elliott Dietzenbach threads his way through the defense during the UIC-title clinching win last week.
New Hampton/Turkey Valley’s Jacob Reicks works for a takedown against Dike-New Hartford’s Aidan Walters during Saturday’s Class 2A sectional meet in New Hampton.
New Hampton’s Carter Ferrie muscles his way through traffic for a layup in the district loss to Denver.
Because of HIPPA rules, the Tribune borrowed Dawson Monteith to show how Rachel Knecht and her fellow surgical nurses try to ease the fears of young children who are about to have surgery at MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center.
New Hampton senior Emma Reicherts shares a hug with her mother, Tori, during Senior Parent Night festivities that took place before the game against Oelwein.

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New Hampton property owners will see an increase in their property tax bills, after all, if the proposed budget that will have two public hearings next month is approved by the City Council. That’s because the City Council, after going into a closed session earlier this month, approved an emergency...
Because of HIPPA rules, the Tribune borrowed Dawson Monteith to show how Rachel Knecht and her fellow surgical nurses try to ease the fears of young children who are about to have surgery at MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center.
Glen Geerts’ “day” is almost complete as he talks with Audra Burgart just after 7 a.m. on a Wednesday morning at the med/surg nurse’s desk inside MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center. He’s going through the list of four patients who are currently in the hospital, giving Burgart and her fellow day...
Security State Bank is planning to return to New Hampton, although this is a different Security State Bank. The bank, based out of the small northwest Iowa town of Sutherland, announced it would open a branch office in New Hampton in the next 60 or so days that will be based at the site of an old...
Fidelity Bank and Trust’s two top executives say it’s business as usual at its New Hampton location, despite the loss of three of its lending officers. “We’re so impressed with the way our staff has rallied around each other,” Fidelity Chairman of the Board Jim Kennedy said Friday, when he and the...
An apparent burglary at New Hampton’s lone pharmacy closed the business last Monday as employees worked to sort out what was taken. Bennett Pharmacy was closed Monday after the store located at the intersection of New Hampton’s Main Street and North Chestnut Avenue was apparently burglarized on...
Stapleton Township Democrats discuss issues during their caucus that was held at the Lawler City Hall last Monday.
The caucuses themselves went just fine, and those who attended them touted Iowa’s importance in the presidential election race and the fact that this was grassroots politics at its best. “I think this is one of the things that make Iowa special,” said New Hampton resident Kevin Kennedy, who...

 

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Turkey Valley’s Elliott Dietzenbach threads his way through the defense during the UIC-title clinching win last week.
The next best thing to an outright conference title is a share of the crown. And for the fourth straight year, Turkey Valley’s boys have earned either a share of the title or the full prize. After a Monday 71-39 non-conference win over Don Bosco, the Trojans needed to win the next night against...
New Hampton/Turkey Valley’s Jacob Reicks works for a takedown against Dike-New Hartford’s Aidan Walters during Saturday’s Class 2A sectional meet in New Hampton.
Carson Babcock had 371 days to think about what transpired on a mat in Independence on Feb. 9, 2019. The New Hampton/Turkey Valley junior finally found redemption Saturday. The second-ranked 160-pounder earned a return trip to the state tournament by winning his weight bracket at the Class 2A...
New Hampton’s Carter Ferrie muscles his way through traffic for a layup in the district loss to Denver.
In order to pull off the upset over a 15-6 Denver team in their opening-round district game, the New Hampton boys basketball team needed to put together a solid performance at both ends of the court. And while they were able to put up a respectable 61 points, they allocated a season-high 84 to the...
New Hampton senior Emma Reicherts shares a hug with her mother, Tori, during Senior Parent Night festivities that took place before the game against Oelwein.
Freshman Carlee Rochford has been sensational all year for the New Hampton girls basketball team. However, on Thursday night against Central Springs, she took her game to a whole new level. Rochford made 9-of-14 shot attempts on her way to scoring a season-high 24 points to go along with six steals...

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