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Nashua Police Chief Ben Scholl was at the Nashua Public Library on Saturday afternoon to teach the public about the dangers of vaping. The police department has seen a rise of the electronic cigarettes at the Nashua-Plainfield schools and in the community and wants to warn and educate residents...
The New Hampton City Council held a brief, 12-minute meeting on Monday night with no contested votes and accomplished a fair amount for the time.City council approved tentatively awarding Kendall Rosauer, owner of Riley’s Inc., a $6,500 grant in assistance for the purchase of the building at 2 W....
Nashua American Legion member Craig Campbell received an award at the last American Legion meeting for his 70 years of continuous membership with the Legion.Campbell is a World War II veteran who served in the Navy from June 1945 until August 1946 at the Naval Air Station in Minneapolis.After he...
After receiving only one response to its request for proposals by the April 12 deadline, from Chickasaw Ambulance Service, the Chickasaw County Ambulance Council will meet in joint session with the County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.The Ambulance Council has no funding stream of its own but...
Plainfield residents were not shocked after hearing the news one of their own was honored as 2019 Bremer County EMS Provider of the Year.Plainfield First Responders President Gary Carpenter was recognized by the Waverly Exchange Club for 2019 Bremer County EMS Provider of the Year. He has been a...
New Hampton High School students Austin Geerts and Lance Reicks hold back Cody Deere, who played the title role of Earl in “The Idiot’s Guide to High School,” during a matinee performance for the spring play that was performed this past weekend at the Middle School Auditorium.— For more photos, see...
After public hearings, discussion and voting on the issue, the Nashua City Council on Monday approved the increase of garbage rates for the residents.City officials said the increase was necessary because Jendro Sanitation raised the rates for the city due to their costs going up.Effective...
Denny Ungs has always been detail-orientated, even back in his school days when he used to draw while his teachers were conducting class.That trait — making sure he’s crossed his t’s and dotted his i’s — has served him well as the guy most of Chickasaw County knows as simply the “IT guy,” but it’s...
One of the co-presidents of New Hampton’s Dollars for Scholars chapter believes the organization is in sight of making its “second goal” when it comes to a unique “pathway” that will be built at the school’s football stadium.The scholarship organization has already taken 120 orders for bricks that...
Writing and presenting formal speeches aren’t typically a part of the day-to-day routine for math teachers.David Voves, a 2003 New Hampton High School graduate who teaches in Charles City, worked on his speech for a couple of weeks, trying to get the wording just right.He wanted to include a quote...

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