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Brian Quirk will tell you he was more than a little worried. “It was 10:30 and I wasn’t sure anyone was coming,” said the New Hampton Fae Stine American Legion Post 38 commander. “But it all turned out pretty nicely.” Indeed, it did as about 200 residents turned out for the annual Veterans Day...
Lindsay Zenner admits at the age of 24, sometimes it’s weird to think of herself as a veteran. But she’s most definitely one after spending six years in the U.S. Air Force and she wants to help any or all of the 1,000 or so veterans in Chickasaw County receive what is rightfully coming to them. “...
Area veterans and their families and friends gathered Monday night for an event at the Municipal Hall in Alta Vista, where Sergeant Gilbert Rosenbaum was awarded a “Quilt of Valor.” Rosenbaum, who lives in New Hampton, served in the United States Air Force from 1950-53 and was sent to Korea, where...
Maybe only those who have been in plays and musicals will appreciate the story, but honestly, half the fun — maybe more — of being a “drama person” is the off-the-wall stuff that takes place at rehearsals. So as members of the cast, crew and pit orchestra prepared for this weekend’s two performance...
If the Chickasaw County Sheriff’s Office would start patrolling Nashua, it would cost around $200,000 to hire two additional deputies. That was the opinion of Chickasaw County Sheriff Marty Hemann, who spoke with the Nashua City Council Monday night about what it would take for the Sheriff’s Office...
Chickasaw County officials need to better determine and document the public purpose of certain expenditures, according to Iowa State Auditor Mary Mosiman. Mosiman released a reaudit report on Thursday on Chickasaw County for the period July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. The reaudit also covered...
Members of “The Addams Family” had their lives change forever over the weekend as Nashua-Plainfield High School students presented the always-fun musical. “Friday was great and Sunday was AMAZING!” said Director Paige Malven. “I am so proud of the leadership skills these students showed the last...
Dr. Andy McGuire is fired up for her run for Iowa governor, and she says she gets that way from her conversations with everyday Iowans. “I started this campaign in the spring, because I wanted to get an early start. I wanted to get out and listen to people,” McGuire said Thursday at the New Hampton...
A candlelight vigil in memory of little Sterling Daniel Koehn had just ended Saturday night, and Kim Judge, the Alta Vista woman who organized the event, had but one question as her friends gathered around her. “Can we cry now?” And yet Judge and the parade of speakers who shared a few words with a...
Matt Kuhn easily won election to the New Hampton City Council Tuesday night as he garnered 77.9 percent of the vote in the race for an at-large seat. Kuhn received 292 votes while his opponent, Jeremiah Cantu, finished with 83. The two entered the race after current City Council member Jill Eike...

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