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Iowa’s PreK-12 schools will not reopen this academic year, Gov. Kim Reynolds announced Friday morning during her daily press conference. “Believe me I would like nothing more than to stand before you today and tell you our students [will be] in their classrooms,” Reynolds said, “so therefore I...
New Hampton Public Library Director Carrie Becker laughed when asked about the favorite phone call she’s taken since her facility “re-opened,” Coronavirus style. “One of the calls we took went something like this, ‘Just pick me out some large-print mysteries, I’m desperate,’” Becker said. “It’s...
Chickasaw County Public Health and Home Care officials announced Thursday that both of the people who tested positive for Coronavirus COVID-19 have recovered and are no longer being monitored by the department. “We encourage people to get the facts, rather than spread the fear,” Chickasaw County...
MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center’s front parking lot and entrance are closed off to the public.
Dr. Paul McQuillen and his fellow providers at MercyOne New Hampton Family Clinic want to make one thing perfectly clear: The clinic is open, and it’s ready and willing to provide care to their patients. Let’s face it: People are still getting sick, even if it isn’t with the Coronavirus COVID-19,...
New Hampton’s biggest celebration of the year won’t take place in 2020 as New Horizons-Chamber announced Wednesday that Heartland Days activities have been canceled. “We decided for public safety reasons, that this was the right decision to make, even it was a difficult one,” New Horizons Director...
School buildings will remain closed at least through April 30, but in a way, classes are back in session this week at school districts around the state. When Gov. Kim Reynolds closed schools for four weeks on March 15, she “forgave” the days and hours that school districts would not meet, meaning...
New Hampton’s city clerk is asking for the public’s patience after Mayor Bobby Schwickerath and the City Council approved an emergency proclamation during last week’s meeting. The proclamation allows the city’s department heads to “stagger” hours in an effort to make sure offices can stay open...
Emergency Department staff members like Lisa Stevenson and Kayla Steinlage pose for a photo in the one entrance to the hospital that remains open and where hospital staff assess those who are entering the facility to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus.
One just needs to drive by MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center to realize that these are far from normal times. Yellow tape is stretched out over the hospital’s front parking lot entrances as the facility works to keep both its patients and their staff members safe during the Coronavirus COVID-19...
On Monday, March 23, St. Joesph Community School’s staff could be seen parading around New Hampton in their cars, honking their horns to alert their students they were about to drive by so they could wave at them. “We saw that another school did this and posted it to Facebook,” St. Joseph principal...
Engineering Technology students at Northeast Iowa Community College use 3D printers to manufacture products as the college prepares students — both traditional and non-traditional — to fill jobs in the manufacturing sector.
Manufacturing fuels our Northeast Iowa economy.  These companies, and the people they employ, bring new products to national and international markets in nearly every industry. Every day, manufacturers impact not only their own success, but that of the local communities they serve and the people...

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