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This year’s Dairy Days celebration was different from the last few years with officials deciding to move the celebration back downtown, just off Main Street. Dairy Day Board member Austin Niewoehner said it was overall a great year and a great move. “We have gotten lots of compliments from...
The majority of residents who attended a special School Board meeting Tuesday night want New Hampton to take care of its facility issues in one fell swoop. And that leaves School Board members with this million dollar question: Do those 74 residents speak for the community at large? About two-...
It was decided that the intermediate school in Plainfield would have their track and field day on Tuesday of last week instead of Wednesday due to a poor weather forecast. The decision was a good one. The 4th, 5th, and 6th grade children had a great day for their track and field  day. It was sunny...
Deputy Terry Dehmlow told the Nashua-Plainfield senior class the disturbing cold hard  facts last week in a sexual assault awareness class. Dehmlow has been addressing the senior classes in our area for the past 15 years. Sexual assault is as real as the nose on your face. “These young adults need...
Two lots in Nashua’s Industrial Park were sold for a second time at Monday night’s City Council meet. The lots were purchased by Hanneman Construction, almost two months after they were originally sold to Tangled Root Cafe and Catering. But Tangled Root owner Chris Robinson subsequently decided...
It was a tough night for Chickasaw County supervisors incumbents Tuesday as both Democrat Rick Holthaus and Republican Steve Geerts were defeated in the primary election. David Tilkes topped Rick Holthaus, who was seeking a third term on the Board of Supervisors while Ron Underwood won a three-way...
“Thank you all for working with me since I came back,” said Mayor Deanne Lantow. Mayor Lantow wanted to thank all the Council members at Monday evening’s meeting since this will be her last one presiding as Mayor for the City of Nashua. Once the votes are verified the new Mayor of Nashua will be...
The flu season appears to be off to an early start in Iowa, as the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) last week announced testing by the State Hygienic Laboratory (SHL) has identified strains of influenza circulating in the state. While influenza activity remains at a low level, the...
Dear Mother Nature; We’re not sure what we did to quite deserve this, but we want to thank you for this week — a wonderful reminder that you really do have a heart. The weather you’re giving us this week is absolutely, positively, empathically perfect. Period. Highs in the 70s? Abundant sunshine?...
This year, business interest in the Upstate has the potential to exceed previous years. Year-to-date 53 companies have visitedthe Upstate area with project interests, according Clay Andrews, director of investor and public relations manager at Upstate S.C. Alliance. “I think Greer is sort of right...

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