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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,...
While the frigid cold temperatures that rang in the new year had most northeast Iowans shivering, groaning and cursing the weather, there was one small group of citizens who were actually happy with the winter conditions. Ice fishermen. Some recent winters haven’t been cold enough for long enough...
Less than three months after voters in Nashua elected two City Council members, voters will head back to the polls on Jan. 23 to choose two more. The special election was called after two City Council members resigned this past fall and voters requested a special election. Councilman Kyle Lane gave...
State Rep. Todd Prichard knows there are a whole bunch of lists out there that depict all the issues he and his fellow lawmakers will face in 2018. But if he’s learned anything in his five years in the Legislature, it is this: It all starts with the budget. That was true when he first went to Des...
This was not exactly how Ryan Anderson’s junior year at New Hampton High School was supposed to go. Instead of competing in sports, a torn UCL muscle suffered last year and repaired by Tommy John surgery this past summer has kept him on the sidelines as his New Hampton/Turkey Valley wrestling...

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