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The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors was invaded by librarians at the weekly meeting on Monday. The librarians, from libraries throughout the county, didn’t tell the supervisors to “hush,” but they did make their case for library funding for fiscal year 2018-19. “We’ve done some cool things...
One person has been arrested after a Fredericksburg man was struck by a vehicle driven by another Fredericksburg man following an argument outside his home over on Sunday. Chickasaw County sheriff’s deputies arrested 18-year-old McKayle Anthonee Mashek, of 112 Oak St. in Fredericksburg, for serious...
The New Hampton City Council received a quick lesson in constitutional law, as it applies to local ordinances, at its meeting on Monday. New Hampton City Attorney Kevin Kennedy informed the board that the Iowa State Legislature has amended a law that directly impacts the violation of local...
The Chickasaw County Supervisors met with the Chickasaw County Compensation Board on Monday afternoon to hear the compensation board’s salary recommendations for county officials. On Nov. 28, the compensation board, consisting of members Roger Hansen, Mike Kennedy, Bill Meyer, Kurt Croell, Brian...
On June 15, 1998, Randy Strabala made the phone call that changed his life. And almost 20 years after he called Linda Johanningmeier and inquired about the open high school principal position in the district, he has absolutely no regrets about dialing that number. “She told me they were pretty much...
Nashua residents will head back to the polls next month after a group of residents submitted a petition calling for a special election to fill two vacancies on the City Council. The special election will be held on Jan. 23 and will fill the unexpired terms of Kyle Lane and Brenda Roberts. Lane...
The emotion in Lisa Pool’s voice Saturday night was palatable, and why not? What started out as a tribute to her late son turned into a wonderfully, beautiful celebration of the Christmas season as the “Little Light of Mine” display kicked off its December run at Mikkelson Park. “It means a lot to...
A couple dozen people gathered Saturday morning at Holschlag Bin Sales, about a mile and a half south of New Hampton, for coffee, donuts, and a crash course in bin assembly. The business celebrates its 50th year of existence in 2018, and owner Joe Holschlag decided to kick the milestone celebration...
*/ It’s true: Kids do say the strangest things. Just ask Santa Claus, who had himself one busy Saturday at the Carnegie Cultural Center. “Some of them ask for the strangest things,” the jolly old man said when he saw the last of what seemed like hundreds of children. “There was the one girl who...
Iowa BIG North’s move is still right on schedule. The progressive school program helps businesses in local communities find solutions to problems. This benefits the business, as well as the students in Iowa BIG North, as they work on authentic problems together. Students from participating schools...

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