Suellen Kolbet’s retirement isn’t going to last all that long.
An Iowa native and newspaper veteran has been named the new sales manager of the New Hampton Tribune, Nashua Reporter and ADverstiser.
The speed in which the weather changed Thursday morning surprised even Jay Jurrens, the New Hampton and Turkey Valley superintendent who has plenty of experience with Iowa winters.
What started out as a typically mundane Chickasaw County Supervisors meeting, regarding department reports and budget discussions, took a sharp turn toward the worst late in the morning on Monday.
The Chickasaw Connections Coalition fought underage alcohol abuse on several fronts last year, as the group made strides toward achieving the long-term goals of the Iowa Partnerships for Success (IPFS) Grant.
A Nashua man died after a train collided with the motor grader he was driving Friday morning, west of New Hampton.

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Suellen Kolbet’s retirement isn’t going to last all that long. The longtime New Hampton city clerk’s last day of work for the city will be May 25, and she’ll get a a little more than a month to enjoy the full benefits of retirement before she heads back to work. That’s because this past week,...
An Iowa native and newspaper veteran has been named the new sales manager of the New Hampton Tribune, Nashua Reporter and ADverstiser. Tim Craig began work in New Hampton on Jan. 2 and will lead the sales effort for the three products. “I’m very excited to connect with our customers here in New...
The speed in which the weather changed Thursday morning surprised even Jay Jurrens, the New Hampton and Turkey Valley superintendent who has plenty of experience with Iowa winters. “I went out at about 5:30 and it was just raining,” Jurrens said, “and by 6, 6:30, we had a lot of ice.” Jurrens could...
What started out as a typically mundane Chickasaw County Supervisors meeting, regarding department reports and budget discussions, took a sharp turn toward the worst late in the morning on Monday. By the end of the day, board members had exchanged cross words, provocative remarks in a department...
The Chickasaw Connections Coalition fought underage alcohol abuse on several fronts last year, as the group made strides toward achieving the long-term goals of the Iowa Partnerships for Success (IPFS) Grant. In 2017, the group addressed alcohol advertising and promotion, arranged a media campaign...
A Nashua man died after a train collided with the motor grader he was driving Friday morning, west of New Hampton. The Iowa State Patrol says the fatal collision occurred around 7:45 a.m. near the intersection of Jasper Avenue and 220th Street. David P. Zwanziger, 64, of Nashua was driving north,...

 

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Breanna Busta had 12 points in Turkey Valley’s win over South Winneshiek in the Trojans’ first game of 2018.
Turkey Valley isn’t as much of a pass-the-ball-until-you-find-the-open-girl team as they were a year ago.  Against North Fayette Valley Thursday, the Lady Trojans only finished with two assists, but they still started the 2018 year with a 53-43 win over the TigerHawks. “We are really more of drive-...
Eli Nymeyer, shown here grabbing a rebound earlier this season, had eight points on 4-for-5 shooting in Turkey Valley’s win over North Fayette Valley.
After Thursday’s 62-50 win over North Fayette Valley, Turkey Valley’s boys have met all of the opponents in the Upper Iowa Conference. And defeated them all. The holiday break was probably good for the team, but it was time to end. “I thought we had great practices over break and got a lot better...
New Hampton’s Dillon Roberson gets loose underneath the basket for a layup during Friday night’s game against Oelwein.
Before the season started, New Hampton boys basketball coach Chad Sweitzer made a pronouncement — Oelwein’s Northeast Iowa Conference losing skid that stretches back to 2012 will come to an end this year. “I just don’t want it to be against us,” Sweitzer said at the time. So there was a reason the...
New Hampton/Turkey Valley heavyweight Tom Clark puts the finishing touches on a pin of Staley’s Preston Thomas during Thursday night’s Doc Carr Duals.
As far as New Hampton/Turkey Valley coach Nick Hemann was concerned Thursday night, it was mission accomplished. It wasn’t because New Hampton/Turkey Valley won three duals to claim the title at what was the Doc Carr Duals this year. And it wasn’t even because the Chickasaws laid claim to at least...

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