The margin of victory in the Turkey Valley girls’ 81-31 season-opening win over West Central probably wasn’t a big surprise, last year the Lady Trojans played the Blue Devils twice and won by 45-and 49-point margins. Turkey Valley’s boys fi
Peoples Insurance Agency in Nashua has been through months of remodeling and with only a few touch ups is now open for business at their new location at 104 Bradford Parkway.Planning for the company’s new location began in July when they bought th
The Nashua Public Library will be holding their annual Holiday Open House with refreshments, prizes, holiday music, crafts and more for children of all ages.On Dec. 10 the holiday fun will begin at 10 a.m.
This holiday season children will have the chance to mail their letters to Santa in the mailbox that will be located outside of the New Horizons-Chamber office on Main Street in New Hampton.The mailbox was purchased by the Chamber and was painted
Patience paid off for New Hampton's girls basketball team in their second win in as many games Monday, 57-37 at North Fayette Valley. Even though the Chickasaw girls outscored their TigerHawk hosts in every quarter of the game, it wasn
The final scores were dazzling — downright dominant to be honest — but that wasn’t what impressed New Hampton wrestling coach Nick Hemann the most Tuesday night. “I was happy with the effort, and I really loved the fight,” Hemann said after his t
Mary L. Mattke, 50, of Sumner, died Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016, at her home in rural Sumner surrounded by her loving family.Funeral services will be held 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016, at St. John Lutheran Church in Sumner with Rev.
Children’s author, Tim Malven of Nashua, visited the Nashua Public Library last Saturday and read his book, “The Christmas that Almost Wasn’t” to a group of youngsters.Tim grew up on a farm outside of Maynard.
The holiday season has begun and Christmas in Nashua is right around the corner. Celebrate Christmas in Nashua with a few or all of the fun events going on throughout the day on Dec. 3.The morning will begin at 9 a.m.