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Nashua-Plainfield Homecoming King Jared Whitinger and Queen Genevieve Reams share the stage with their fellow court members  — (from left) Keegan Crawford and Hannah Chambers, Chaska Hunt and Abby Lumley, Nick Bucknell and Megan Crabtree and Nathan Murphy and Kaylee Eick — after they were crowned during a ceremony held last Thursday night.
zWe’ve all seen it before, the stories in the big newspapers how a loss on the football field means a school’s homecoming was spoiled.And while Nashua-Plainfield would have loved to cap a spirited homecoming week with a win over West Fork Friday night, one result on a football field doesn’t take...
The Cedar Falls Christian Writing Club, and the Osage Alpha Writers’ Club will be co-sponsoring a mini-writers workshop on Saturday Oct. 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the basement of the North East Iowa Welcome Center in Nahua.  The workshop, which is open to other writing groups and area writers...
A local American Legion post is using the Uncle Sam’s “I Want You” slogan for its October membership drive.
A local American Legion commander is using an iconic poster to hopefully attract some new members to Fae Stine Post 38.October is National Legion Membership Drive Month, and legion commanders are using the Uncle Sam “I Want You” poster to attract new members.“We have a small group of active members...
The State Library of Iowa has announced that the Upham Memorial Library has met the conditions for state accreditation as outlined in “In Service to Iowa: Public Library Standards Sixth Edition.”Achieving accreditation requires a significant, ongoing local commitment to high quality library...
Stevens Avenue in northeast Chickasaw County is under water during flooding that took place Aug. 24.
Chickasaw County officials breathed a sigh of relief last week when they learned that the county had received a presidential disaster declaration for the flooding that occurred on Aug. 24 in Northeast Iowa.President Obama signed the disaster declaration last Thursday that included Chickasaw,...
The line of fire trucks, police cars and rescue vehicles quietly made its way up Linn Avenue Saturday morning.This wasn’t your normal parade; this was a group of men and women, most of whom are volunteers, saying goodbye and honoring the memory of one of their own.On Monday, James Olsen, the Croell...
Jean Lowe, of New Hampton, has been quilting now for about 38 years with no sign of stopping as she turned 90 this year.Lowe said she first began quilting on her own in the 70s. She remembers being 8 or 9 years old visiting her aunt and grandma during one of their quilting sessions and hearing her...
Superior Lumber in New Hampton celebrated its 10 year anniversary with a customer appreciation lunch last week.New Hampton store manager Andy Hintgen and Charles City store manager Tom Fellerer were on hand to grill and serve hot dogs.The Charles City store just recently celebrated 25 years with a...
Absentee ballots are now available in the Chickasaw County Auditor’s Office for the General Election held on November 8, 2016.  Polls will be open 7:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.  On Election Day voters will vote at their precinct polling locations.  If voters have questions about their precincts they may...
The Women of Fredericksburg are working hard to finalize plans for the annual pumpkin patch event.The Women of Fredericksburg have been holding Halloween activities for about the past 20 years, first as Women of Today. Through the years, it has been different events, such as a Halloween party after...

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