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Numerous patients who visit MercyOne New Hampton Family Clinic have nurse practitioners as their primary caregivers.
In many ways, nurse practitioners are becoming the backbone of rural healthcare. As more and more doctors specialize and fewer and fewer doctors go into family medicine, it is the “Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners,” or ARNPs, of the world that are making sure Americans, especially outside of...
Although the name and some of the staff have changed, no matter what the season, Fidelity Bank and Trust remains supportive of community events like the New Hampton Lions Club Pancake and French Toast.
Names may change. Technology may change. People may change. One thing remains constant at Fidelity Bank & Trust – their commitment to community and offering quality, competitive products and services in the communities they serve. “Even though the bank name recently changed or you may have...
New Hampton Community Schools will be changing its meal distribution system, beginning Monday. The district announced Friday that instead of having its “Grab & Go” meals distributed five times a week, it will distribute the meals on Mondays and Wednesdays. School officials emphasized that it...
The Pub at the Pinicon’s Ray Marvets and Dayton Reicks prepare carryout meals.
Phil Zwanziger had no idea what to expect a couple of weeks ago when he decided the Pub at the Pinicon would remain open for carry out. “I thought we should at least give it a try, and honestly, it’s surprised me,” he said. “I mean we’ve been busy, a lot busier than I thought we would. I think it’s...
At Hugeback-Johnson Funeral Home and Crematory, it’s always been about one family, the Hugebacks, helping another, and included in this family portrait are (front row) Bryan and Gayla Hugeback, holding Melvin and Micah Johnson, (back row) their daughter and son-in-law, Maggie and Drew Johnson and their son and daughter-in-law, Andy and Hayley Hugeback.
Drew Johnson and Andy Hugeback are two entirely different, as Johnson puts it, “humans,” but that may be one of their strengths for the funeral home they will one day run together. “I think one of the things that makes it work is that even though we don’t always agree,” Hugeback said, “we put the...
Gov. Kim Reynolds announced Thursday that she was ordering the state’s K-12 schools to be closed through April 30, but she stopped short of calling off the 2019-20 school year. During her daily press conference, Reynolds also extended the closure of non-essential businesses through the end of the...
The New Hampton City Council will hold its regular meeting this coming Monday, but it will do so via Zoom.com. Mayor Bobby Schwickerath, City Clerk Karen Clemens and City Attorney Kevin Kennedy will be in the Council Chambers at City Hall while the council members will participate via Zoom, as can...
The New Hampton Parks and Recreation Department announced Thursday morning that it was closing all playground equipment and play structures in its parks, effectively immediately, because of concerns about the Coronavirus COVID-19. The department’s program manager, Tara Hackman, said part of the...
New Vision Woodworking owner and operator Adam Underwood stands next to the latest investment ­— a Northtech planer — he has made in his business that is located at 700 N. Linn Ave., and despite the Coronavirus situation, Underwood says New Vision remains “incredibly busy. I don’t know if it’s because people are home but we’ve got plenty of work through probably May.”
Adam Underwood stood in his shop at New Vision Woodworking, talking about the business he created in New Hampton four years ago this July. He talked about the positives — the support from New Hampton, the growth in the business, the chance to be creative, the purchase of new, state-of-the-art...
New Hampton’s new telecommunications will eventually be housed in the old Dollar General store on the city’s Main Street. Workers are currently working on remodeling the building that will also house a “business incubator.”
New Hampton Municipal Light Plant General Manager Brian Quirk would love to travel 117 years back in time. He’d love to meet the folks who came together in 1903 to make sure Chickasaw County’s largest city would be able to access and benefit from this new-fangled thing called electricity. “They...

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