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New Hampton’s newest School Board member may not be old enough to vote, but he’s got plenty of ideas when it comes to serving on the board.In a quick meeting Monday night, board members unanimously voted to appoint high school junior Jordan Holthaus to the board as its student representative....
The New Hampton Municipal Pool will open its gates to man’s best friend on Sunday ... and then close for the season.The annual Doggie Swim that is a fundraiser for the Chickasaw County chapter of Spay and Neuter All Pets (SNAP) will be held on Sunday afternoon from 1 to 3 p.m. at the facility in...
The New Hampton City Council decided Monday night against holding the third reading for the proposed golf cart ordinance because of concerns heard from the public as well as the council on safety regulations.New Hampton resident Tony Trower asked about adding turning signals and brake lights to the...
When the figurative drum roll ended and the amount of money the 2016 Beach Bash to End Alzheimer’s was revealed, Brian Laures admits he was utterly surprised.“When we closed the books and I saw the number, I was shocked,” the Big Ed’s Firehouse owner said of the $27,120 and change that was raised...
Twelve years ago when Tom and Sue Bussey bought the old Gambles store on Main Street in Nashua, their dream was simple: to open an antique and primitives  shop that featured Tom’s hand made furniture.      “With Tom and I still working full time it was hard to make time to make it a reality.” Now,...
Randy Strabala doesn’t need a calendar to know that the 2016-17 school year is about to kick off.Instead, all the Nashua-Plainfield school superintendent needs to do is look at his e-mail and see the number of reports the school district needs to file.“I have a million of them,” he said, “and I’m...
Nashua’s treasurer believes solving the riddle of the city’s financial report may come down to just updating Nashua’s computer system.Treasurer LouAnn Murphy told City Council members on Monday night that the city needs a more reliable system so that it can finally figure out exactly how much money...
Steve Fangman laughed Sunday morning when asked about his family’s love for horses.“It’s an addiction,” the North Iowa Saddle Club Association Board of Directors member said. “Seriously, I’ve been around horses my whole life and I guess I’ve passed that love down.”Fangman wasn’t alone Sunday...
Mercy Family Clinic is about to offer busy families a better option when it comes to fitting in provider appointments.Officials announced last week that beginning next Monday, the clinic will remain open until 7 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays and even more extended hours will be offered in the near...
New Hampton Police Officer Chad McGee got a few strange looks, but, then again, he was expecting them.“I pulled three people over and when I got to their car, they had that ‘I-have-no-idea-what-I-did look on their face,” McGee said.And the conversation went something like this:McGee: Do you know...

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