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Put it this way, at least when it came to weather, this Easter didn’t look anything like the last one.A year ago, Easter fell on April 1, and the high temperature reached all the way up to 32 degrees (yes, we’re dripping with sarcasm on that one).This year ... well, this year ... was simply...
Palm Sunday in most churches mean palm leaves but for the St. Michael youth group it also meant serving the Palm Sunday breakfast to the public.The group along with their parents and teachers served egg casserole, rolls, fresh fruit, juice and coffee. There was also a bake sale and a raffle which...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors again discussed legal fees “with possible action” for the Chickasaw County Ambulance Council on Monday, but ultimately tabled the item until this coming Monday so that Ambulance Council Chairman and Supervisor Steve Geerts, who was unable to attend, could...
There were plenty of fish at the Nashua Town and Country Club on Friday evening [April 12] at the Nashua-Plainfield Lions Club’s Annual Fish Fry.It took four fryers to cook the 660 pounds of fish, and the club ordered 20 more pounds this year to make sure they had enough to serve the more than 600...
Plainfield residents braved the windy weather on Saturday [April 13] while having a full day of shopping and fun.The Plainfield City-Wide garage sales started the morning for spring cleaners and shoppers alike.Plainfield Days Committee members began their busy day by welcoming shoppers with food...
New Hampton High School senior Nolan Usher looked at his “financial records” Wednesday afternoon and came to a quick conclusion.“I don’t have enough money,” he said with a laugh. “I got to be honest with you, this adult stuff isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.”He wasn’t alone; in other words, the...
Nashua City Clerk John Ott knows Nashua has a lot of positives going for it when it comes to tourism.The city is home to a beautiful park, complete with a lake provided by the dam on the Cedar River. Just outside the city sits the famed Little Brown Church. And the Avenue of the Saints provides...
The Chickasaw County Emergency Management Commission voted 6-2 to hire a part-time deputy Emergency Management coordinator, but not for any lack of qualifications.The hiring committee interviewed four people and recommended Bridget Edson, who has coordinated Emergency Management for Floyd County...
Nashua Public Library staff turned the springtime saying, “April showers bring May flowers,” into a workshop for children during the last day of National Library Week.Saturday morning, children were able to get out of the cold to enjoy making springtime crafts at the library. Stencils, markers,...
The Chickasaw County Secondary Roads expenditures budgeted for the current fiscal year will increase by $270,000, the County Board of Supervisors heard when setting a budget hearing for Monday, May 6 at 9:15 a.m. in the boardroom.It also heard about transfers for a tentative grant to County...

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