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Chickasaw County Public Health and Home Care Services is already more than $200,000 “in the red” for the fiscal year that began July 1, and for at least one Board of Health member, that is disconcerting. “It worries me that it just keeps growing and growing,” Terry Johnson said at a board meeting...
The Chickasaw County Compensation Board Thursday unanimously approved recommending raises of 6 percent to the county’s elected officials, with one notable exception. Board members recommended a 14 percent raise for the sheriff’s position in an effort to get his salary more in the range with other...
Chickasaw County may lose its assessor, and county, city and school officials reacted by offering Ray Armel a raise, effectively immediately, in an effort to keep him. Armel has received an offer from Fayette County to be its assessor, a role Armel took over when Chickasaw County Assessor Doug...
As rehearsal comes to a close, the cast and crew practice giving credit to their directors, Maggie Konecne and Jill Cantu.
Step right up ladies and gentlemen, come one, come all!  The Iowa State Fair is coming to New Hampton in the form of a musical this November. All Iowans and fairgoers alike will love this nostalgic performance put on by the high school drama department. The curtains will open on Getting to Know...
Main Street business owners and New Horizons-Chamber Director Jason Speltz made a pitch to the New Hampton City Council to loosen the city code that gives them very little space to display their wares outside their stores. “My biggest concern is we need to promote New Hampton, Iowa, and bring...
Here is a look at the unofficial election results for contested races in Chickasaw County:   FREDERICKSBURG MAYOR James F. Mitchell 158 Write-Ins 63   FREDERICKSBURG CITY COUNCIL (2 SEATS) Kyle Wendland 150 Dean Speicher 146 Sheriton L. Dettmer 142   IONIA CITY COUNCIL (3 SEATS) Ted Geerts Jr. 36...
New Hampton elected a new mayor on Tuesday as challenger Bobby Schwickerath knocked off incumbent Deb Larsen by a relatively large margin. Schwickerath, the 32-year-old president of the New Horizons-Chamber who serves as the warehouse manager and in sales at Dungey’s Furniture and Flooring,...
Megan Nosbisch and Amelia Nosbisch make a Christmas ornament together at the New Hampton Public Library.
Songs like “Jingle Bells,” “All I Want for Christmas is You” and “Mary Did You Know?” carried down Main Street as shoppers bustled in and out of stores and up and down the sidewalks during Saturday’s Holiday Open House.  Transitioning from Halloween over to Thanksgiving and Christmas in a mere 37...
New Hampton voters have a decision to make next week when they head to the polls to select a new mayor. Do they want to stay the course or do they want a change? The race between incumbent Mayor Deb Larsen and challenger Bobby Schwickerath is one of several contested races in the area during the...
Howard and Marty Wilshire help Jolene Dungey at their jewelry store in downtown New Hampton.
It wasn’t a decision Howard and Marty Wilshire took lightly, but after 44 years of owning and operating the New Hampton jewelry store, they have decided, as they put it, “to smell the roses.” And sometime this winter, once the store’s liquidation sale is complete, New Hampton will lose the oldest...

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