New Hampton's outgoing homecoming queen, Faith Erdman, gives this year's queen, Abby Robinson, a kiss as Robinson's parents look on. (Bob Fenske/Tribune)
New Hampton had another big day as it continued its week-long celebration of homecoming Friday, but the school saved the two bests for last as Abby Robinson was crowned homecoming queen and the Chickasaws beat Waverly-Shell Rock in the big game.
New Hampton coach Scott Frerichs congratulates his players after a hard-fought win over Waverly-Shell Rock Friday night (Bob Fenske/Tribune)
New Hampton had plenty of reason to celebrate Friday night as the Chickasaws not only celebrated homecoming but came away with a 13-6 win over Waverly-Shell Rock.
A variety of topics were discussed during Farm Safety Day, such as bike safety with the New Hampton FFA.
Students from Chickasaw County came to the Big 4 Fair grounds on Friday to learn about farm safety now that harvest season is right around the corner.
New Hampton’s homecoming celebration shifted into high gear on Thursday as a number of events were held, highlighted by the crowning of Ethan Rosonke as the homecoming king.
Kathy Babcock has always been a huge proponent of flu shots, but the administrator of Chickasaw County Public Health and Homecare is doubling her pitch this year for a couple of reasons.
Lydia Gessner, seen here at the Mason City Newman Invitational, ran to a career-best time at a meet hosted by Luther College on Saturday.
Kristi Manson’s advice to her runners Saturday at the Luther College All-American Invitational was to forget the places and focus on the times.
New Hampton's outgoing homecoming queen, Faith Erdman, gives this year's queen, Abby Robinson, a kiss as Robinson's parents look on. (Bob Fenske/Tribune)
New Hampton coach Scott Frerichs congratulates his players after a hard-fought win over Waverly-Shell Rock Friday night (Bob Fenske/Tribune)
A variety of topics were discussed during Farm Safety Day, such as bike safety with the New Hampton FFA.
Lydia Gessner, seen here at the Mason City Newman Invitational, ran to a career-best time at a meet hosted by Luther College on Saturday.

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New Hampton's outgoing homecoming queen, Faith Erdman, gives this year's queen, Abby Robinson, a kiss as Robinson's parents look on. (Bob Fenske/Tribune)
New Hampton had another big day as it continued its week-long celebration of homecoming Friday, but the school saved the two bests for last as Abby Robinson was crowned homecoming queen and the Chickasaws beat Waverly-Shell Rock in the big game. Robinson was crowned by 2018 homecoming queen Faith...
A variety of topics were discussed during Farm Safety Day, such as bike safety with the New Hampton FFA.
Students from Chickasaw County came to the Big 4 Fair grounds on Friday to learn about farm safety now that harvest season is right around the corner. New Hampton and Sumner-Fredericksburg fifth grade students had the unique opportunity to learn about safety whether it was on a tractor or on the...
New Hampton’s homecoming celebration shifted into high gear on Thursday as a number of events were held, highlighted by the crowning of Ethan Rosonke as the homecoming king. After a day in which high school athletes took part in the annual Celebrity Readers program in the morning and all students...
Kathy Babcock has always been a huge proponent of flu shots, but the administrator of Chickasaw County Public Health and Homecare is doubling her pitch this year for a couple of reasons. First, she points to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s prediction that the flu season, which has...
A St. Ansgar author will share her her latest historical novel set in World War II during a program at the Alta Vista Public Library this  coming Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. Gail Kittleson employs a handkerchief as the fabric that stitches together the stories of two women in her latest book “Until Then...
Changes are coming to the New Hampton Tribune, but the paper’s publisher is emphasizing that the commitment to community journalism and Chickasaw County will not waver. The Tribune is owned and operated by Enterprise Media, which also publishes the Charles City Press and the Nashua Reporter, and...

 

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New Hampton coach Scott Frerichs congratulates his players after a hard-fought win over Waverly-Shell Rock Friday night (Bob Fenske/Tribune)
New Hampton had plenty of reason to celebrate Friday night as the Chickasaws not only celebrated homecoming but came away with a 13-6 win over Waverly-Shell Rock. The Class 2A Chickasaws took an early 7-0 lead on a Mason Lane to Drake Wemark 7-yard scoring pass, and New Hampton’s defense pitched a...
Lydia Gessner, seen here at the Mason City Newman Invitational, ran to a career-best time at a meet hosted by Luther College on Saturday.
Kristi Manson’s advice to her runners Saturday at the Luther College All-American Invitational was to forget the places and focus on the times. And the Chickasaws’ interim coach said those times on a hilly Luther course were something to celebrate. “Pretty much all our runners had PRs and when you...
Turkey Valley’s Lucas Scheidel ran a season-best time at the All-American Invitational Saturday held at Luther College.
The Turkey Valley cross country team faced plenty of competition at the All-American Invitiational on Saturday, as nearly 30 schools of all different sizes across three different states (Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin) competed at Luther College. The Trojans did not have enough individuals...
Elliott Dietzenbach flies through the air to get a handle on Midland’s Jensen Dodge Friday night during Turkey Valley’s 52-6 win.
There may be an old adage about offensive linemen being the unsung heroes of a football team, but that doesn’t hold true in Dylan Elsbernd’s book. Coming off the field after scoring his fourth touchdown in a 52-6 win over Midland Friday night, the Turkey Valley senior shouted out some praise to his...

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