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During his last meeting as a member of the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors, Steve Geerts warned his fellow board members that he thought the cities were going to have some issues with the voting membership of a new Ambulance Council. Turns out, he was right when it came to his hometown as New...
The calls have come in to Chickasaw County Public and Healthcare Services almost on a daily basis, and the callers all have the same question. “When can I get vaccinated?” And the honest answer, the department’s administrator says, is “we don’t know.” So Lisa Welter reached out to the public...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors not only welcomed two new members during its first meeting of 2021, but it also landed a new chairman. Supervisors on Monday elected one of those new members, Rick Holthaus, as chairman in what some courthouse observers saw as a surprise move, although...
When Joan Knoll walked out of the Chickasaw County Courthouse last Thursday, there was Kurt Knoll waiting to give his wife a ride home. The longtime county government employee will miss those daily rides to and from work with her husband. And she will miss a vast majority of the people she worked...
t’s 16 light beams in 16 cities across Iowa, yet it’s more than that, or at least MercyOne officials hope it is. Beginning on New Year’s Day and running through this Thursday, 16 MercyOne hospitals — including New Hampton’s — are shining a light into the sky as a sign of appreciation for the system...
The Ambulance Council could dramatically change if seven cities follow in the steps of the Board of Supervisors and approve a new 28E agreement and a settlement agreement. Supervisors unanimously approved what they have called the “amended and recast intergovernmental” agreement that would replace...
The Chickasaw County Ambulance Council is growing smaller by the week. At least, the current council is. A week after the county Board of Supervisors voted to withdraw from the 1989 28E agreement, the county’s two largest cities — New Hampton and Nashua — followed suit at their regular city council...
It wasn’t a “dud” but the storm that hit Chickasaw County didn’t pack as big of a punch as forecasters said it would. New Hampton officially received 3 inches of snow on Tuesday, far below the 6 to 9 inches that were originally forecast as the storm took a more southward path than expected. The I-...
We got a little taste of winter on Sunday when about 1 1/2 inches of snow fell on New Hampton, but if the National Weather Service is correct, that was just Old Man Winter’s warm up. The service’s office in La Crosse, Wisconsin, has issued a winter storm warning for Tuesday night into Wednesday...
Let’s just put it this way: The Park Board had some tough decisions to make this past week when members judged the first-annual New Hampton Parks and Recreation Holiday Lighting Contest, but the winners were as follows: Best Use of Lights: Carl and Rachel Fliris, 508 N. Chestnut Ave. Most Whimsical...

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