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How involved are the kids in our high school? Why is it important to be involved? High school is a time for education, but it also offers many opportunities outside of the classroom, as well.These activities range from NERD club, to the marching band, to the track and field team.The teachers at New...
Mrs. Claus made a visit to the Nashua-Plainfield Elementary school last week to delivery some gifts she thought the students might enjoy.This project began in October during parent/teacher conferences. The “Giving Tree” had names of board games on it and the plan was each classroom would receive...
Although “making the sausage” may indicate work that isn’t pretty in some contexts, for the nearly three dozen descendants of Francella Burgart, the literal process of making ring bologna has become a valued Boxing Day tradition.Aubrey Burgart, daughter of Jon Burgart of Antioch, Wis., was hard at...
Nashua Area Chamber of Commerce, with the help of students from Nashua-Plainfield High School, announced the winners of the Chamber 20/20 Holiday Promotion, which started on Nov. 20 and ended on Thursday.Residents were able to use holiday punch cards while shopping at participating local businesses...
It was a story that shocked Chickasaw County, and for many, the conviction of a former Alta Vista man of first-degree nuder and child endangerment causing death was the first step in finding justice for 4-month-old Sterling Koehn.A Henry County jury on Nov. 6 found Sterling’s father, Zachary Paul...
Emotions ran high as the community came out Thursday night to honor Al Frost, the Nashua-Plainfield wrestling coach who recently became one of a select few to coach his teams to 400 dual-meet victories.Attendees said Frost has always been dedicated to his students, school and community, which is...
There’s a saying, whatever you are, be a good one.If Jay Norwood “Ding” Darling was at times goofier than adult life allowed, like his cartoon characters, it was only to bring the “adults” back down to earth. Darling’s one-two punch of realism and idealism, the ability to identify a problem and...
Celena Quirk doesn’t think the Army has changed her all that much, but the 2018 New Hampton High School graduate is not the same woman she was when she left for basic training this past June.She’s more confident, she’s more resolute and she’s more focused.“I think I’m the same person,” she said, “...
If Great Plays Daycare — and it definitely remains an if and not a when — moves into part of what is now New Hampton Middle School, it won’t be happening anytime soon.The New Hampton School Board last week once again said it was agreeable to the idea of Great Plays relocating, and board members...
The Salvation Army’s Chickasaw County unit made a late run at matching last year’s collection during its annual red kettle fundraising campaign that ended on Christmas Eve.Kris Markham of Conway-Markham Funeral Home, which serves as the local organizer for the Salvation Army, said Saturday evening...

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