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Five days into the search for a missing Plainfield woman, authorities are asking residents in surrounding counties to be on the lookout for Cloris Mehmen.The 76-year-old Mehmen was reported missing last Tuesday just after 5 p.m., and despite several days in which hundreds of volunteers scoured the...
The fifth annual Plum Creek Art Festival took place this past Saturday with a variety of new and returning artists showing their work at the Fredericksburg Community Center.Plum Creek Art Center board member Cheryl Mulder said the morning was steady at the festival and she was happy to have three...
Continuing discussion on their choice to switch to garbage containers, the Fredericksburg City Council spoke of the idea of still keeping small bags available for households that may not generate a lot of garbage weekly.By switching to the garbage containers, the city will not be making any money...
The New Hampton City Council, once again, discussed the possibility of creating an ordinance allowing golf carts on the streets of New Hampton.City Attorney Kevin Kennedy said he and New Hampton Police Chief Mike Anderson talked over the suggested ordinance, including things they thought were...
Caleb Lines thought long and hard as he pondered the question.Did taking part in a unique program called “Normandy: Sacrifice for Freedom Albert H. Small Student and Teacher Institute” this summer change his life?Seconds passed by as the Nashua-Plainfield High School junior-to-be tried to find the...
Game days begin early for the New Hampton baseball team, especially when they’re hitting the road for an away game.Batting practice, or simply BP to those who play the game, begins at 1 p.m., and despite the fact that the players often times won’t get home until midnight or so, the Chickasaws,...
For those New Hampton residents who slept through an early morning storm Thursday, they were in for a rude awakening.A fast-moving storm packing torrential rainfall, lightning and winds that gusted over 50 miles per hour caused major tree damage, especially in the areas around Sheakley Park and the...
For Deb Larsen, being mayor of New Hampton all comes down to energy.Reenergizing the city she calls home was one of her campaign touchstones during last winter’s campaign, one which ended when she beat two opponents in a special election.And recently, she talked to a constituent who was brutally...
If Sarah Merrifield could teach the “fair uninitiated” one thing, it would be this: Those projects — whether they be livestock, photos, foods, whatever — don’t just happen overnight.“These kids put so much time into their projects,” said the Chickasaw County ISU Extension office manager. “That...
The Bailey sisters got off to an early start when it came to 4-H.Chelsi, Holly and Kaytie Bailey all began their 4-H careers in kindergarten when they joined the Clover Kids Program, and they couldn’t wait to be fourth-graders, when they could officially be 4-H members.Still, those Clover Kid days...

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