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On Friday, September 23rd, Mr. Rodgers took all 20 8th grade students to the 2016 Rendezvous School Day in Fort Atkinson. Upon arrival, they were meet by a local tour guide which gave us a tour and valuable information on the history of the Fort Atkinson along with the soldiers that served.  We...
A half a country, they gathered to raise money for a great cause and to remember a man many of them had never met.They boarded a cruise boat in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and they thought of a man who had loved New Hampton and Chickasaw County with all of his heart.It was billed as the LBD Dinner...
The two newest doctors at Mercy Medical Center-New Hampton know moving to New Hampton gives them a unique opportunity.And Drs. Nathan and Heather Harms are extremely grateful to be here.“I’m not saying this doesn’t happen anywhere else,” Nathan said, “but to be afforded the opportunity to do the...
Pumpkins, carriage rides, face painting and more took place on Sunday when the Women of Fredericksburg (WOF) held their annual Pumpkin Fest in Fredericksburg.Residents from all over the county joined in the fun by stopping by the Fredericksburg Fire Department to enjoy the beautiful day and all the...
The bad news if you’re a New Hampton resident or business is you’re sewer bill is going up.The good news is, at least compared to several area cities, that bill could be far worse.The New Hampton City Council approved the third reading of an ordinance increasing sewer rates, which had remained the...
The ordinance that will not die remains very much alive after Monday night’s City Council meeting.Council members approved the first reading of an ordinance that would allow golf carts and utility vehicles to be on most city streets — state law will not allow them on state highways except to make a...
An aerial view shows the progress on the hospital grounds that DOCS for Hope providers will staff during their three-month “mission trips.”
Heather Harms and her husband, Nathan, may be the new doctors at Mercy Medical Center-New Hampton, but in a way, she’s a DOCS for Hope veteran.After all, she first went to Guatemala when she was 12 years old, and in recent years, she’s made the trip to Central America several times to work with...
Bags — as in the garbage variety — won in a rout Monday night at the New Hampton City Council meeting.Council members voted 6-0 to award a five-year garbage contract to its current vendor, Jendro Sanitation, and to stick with the “bag” system instead of moving to a “bin” system.The vote came after...
St. John Lutheran Church and Chickasaw Connections will host a town-hall meeting Sunday afternoon as part of “Communities Talk: Town Hall Meetings to Prevent Underage Drinking.”The purpose of the event is to teach adults about local drug and alcohol trends and new initiatives to create a healthier...
Sinkholes are becoming a problem for homeowners Pat and Richard Crooks on Lakeshore Drive.Although work was done to try to fix the issue after the 2008 floods, last month’s torrential rainfall caused more problems.The Crookses told the City Council Monday night that a 12-foot pole was used to...

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