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With only a few short weeks left of the Nashua-Plainfield Summer Rec softball/baseball program, the new committee couldn’t be happier about how the season has gone. Eleven parents and N-P High School Baseball coach Levi Miller make up the committee. One committee member, Sara Scobee, said they...
Most kids don't want to be in the school during summer vacation but that's not the case this summer. For the third year, Nashua-Plainfield has held the Summer Food Program at the high school.     A state funded program, the Summer Food Program lets kids 1- 18 years old eat a free breakfast and free...
Tom and Lucille Cronin have been named the Grand Marshalls for the Water over the Dam Days celebration.   The Cronin’s have been long time residents of Nashua and being chosen for this honor brings back so many memories for the couple.  “Kim asked and we said yes,” said Tom. It was that simple...
A beloved Nashua man who co-owned a grocery store for years died last week in a pickup-bicycle accident.Bob Philips was 69 and training for what he hoped would be a special RAGBRAI.”I will never forget going to B&D when I was younger and seeing Bob,” Gateway to Northeast Iowa Welcome Center...
As far as Elizabeth Lally is concerned, it all comes down to a failure in “product stewardship.” And it’s why the Des Moines lawyer was in New Hampton on Friday afternoon as she tried to drum up support for the mass tort Midwest Corn Lawsuit her firm has filed against Syngenta. The suit claims...
The temperature was on the wrong side of 90 degrees, the dew point was in the 70s and there wasn’t the slightest hint of a breeze Saturday evening when New Horizons-Chamber Director Jason Speltz scanned the crowd at Mikkelson Park. “I have to tell you, I’m surprised, pleasantly surprised, that we...
Relay For Life took place on the courthouse lawn Thursday night with residents from all over the county joining together to remember and honor loved ones that battled cancer. Chickasaw County has thus far raised $34,000 for the American Cancer Society with donations still coming in. Relay for...
A request for no parking on the south side of Court Street from Water Avenue to Foley Avenue from Marvin and Mary Ann Hackman was discussed at the New Hampton City Council meeting on Monday. Marv Hackman bought the ground he is on now, across from the New Hampton Methodist Church, in 2001 and...
This year’s Dairy Days celebration was different from the last few years with officials deciding to move the celebration back downtown, just off Main Street. Dairy Day Board member Austin Niewoehner said it was overall a great year and a great move. “We have gotten lots of compliments from...
The majority of residents who attended a special School Board meeting Tuesday night want New Hampton to take care of its facility issues in one fell swoop. And that leaves School Board members with this million dollar question: Do those 74 residents speak for the community at large? About two-...

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