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Representing Turkey Valley this year is Cale Reicks and Ashton Kout.
     Since Turkey Valley won't be having a Homecoming football game this Friday — Central forfeited due to a lack of healthy players — the queen was crowned an evening sooner than usual.      Prior to a Trojan volleyball match against Postville, Ashton Kout was selected as the 2017 Homecoming Queen...
The uniforms, instruments, traveling and 90-degree heat made for a long day for the Nashua-Plainfield Marching Band Saturday.But boy oh boy, it was worth it as the band came home with a first-place trophy from the Marshalltown Oktemberfest Parade Contest on Saturday.The Oktemberfest is an annual...
The write-in winner of one of the Nashua-Plainfield School Board seats earlier this month has decided to accept the position.“I thought about it for quite a few years and if people had that much confidence in me, thought I better accept,” said Pat Lentz, who won the District 2 seat that had been...
Nashua’s new police chief is ready for the new responsibilities he will take on after he was tabbed by Nashua Mayor Angie Dietz to take over for Paul Becthold.Becthold resigned in early September after he was named West Union’s police chief, and at a Sept. 18 City Council meeting, Dietz announced...
Jill Eike of the Carnegie Cultural Center is thrilled to be hanging the work of Ann McGregor on the walls.“The way she captures the ecology and beauty of our environment is exceptional,” Eike said. “She has a very interesting and unique medium that she works with.”McGregor’s work is featured as the...
Father Brian Dellaert, the priest for Holy Family Parish, drives the “kiddie train” Sunday morning as the annual Fall Festival kicked off with a wide variety of activities for those of all ages.   For more Fall Festival Photos, see Tuesday's New Hampton Tribune
he wait staff at the Pub at the Pinicon could have used some translators around lunchtime on Thursday.Someone who could pronounce “pork chop” in about four different languages would have been helpful.The Pub played host to a luncheon populated by about 30 different hog farmers from all corners of...
Voters in both New Hampton and Nashua will head to the polls in November — or next month if they vote early — with choices to make.Candidates had until last Thursday to file nomination papers, and while a number of communities will have uncontested races, the county’s two biggest cities have honest...
Pat Wegman will always be grateful for the people of Chickasaw County, but he was ready for a new challenge.And he got it on Friday, when he was appointed a district court associate judge by the district court judges of District 1.That means Wegman this week will tender his resignation as county...
A blast from the past visited downtown New Hampton on Tuesday afternoon, as passers-by had the opportunity to take a look at a 1929 Model A Ford close up.The nearly 90-year-old vehicle was rebuilt by Dennis Mihm (left) of New Hampton, who drove the car all the way from Mason City to show it off to...

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