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Chickasaw girls play ‘nice host’ little too literally

If the first half would have lasted three minutes on Monday night, the New Hampton girls basketball team wouldn’t have been in bad shape.  Unfortunately, halves in high school basketball are 16 minutes, and a combination of too many New Hampton tu

Ambulance Council OKs new contract

The Chickasaw County Ambulance Council voted 4-3 to sign a new contract with the Chickasaw Ambulance Service.Voting for the contract, and saying the county needs an ambulance, was Derek Day, Steve Geerts, who said he was voting yes on behalf of th

County VA director to retire

Dave Jacobsen, who has served as the Chickasaw County Veterans Affairs Director for seven years, has decided to submit his letter of resignation.Jacobsen met with the Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors to go over the department’s budget asking

Coming up short

The frustration in New Hampton boys basketball coach Chad Sweitzer’s voice came through loud and clear on Monday night.  His Chickasaws had just put up one heck of a fight against a Clear Lake team that began the season in the Class 2A state ranki

Huskies take one on chin at West Fork

It wasn’t exactly how Nashua-Plainfield coach Justin Eiffler and his Huskies wanted to start off 2017.  Then again, the opponent may have had something to do with it as West Fork rolled to a 59-27 victory over the Huskies last Friday night.  “West

Fun Day held in Plainfield

The Plainfield Library held a fun day during Christmas break to allow for children ages Pre-K through 6th grade to enjoy a day out of the house.

Council talks, approves ordinances for city

Ordinances, ordinances and more ordinances were the topic of conversation at the Nashua City Council on Tuesday evening when they passed three new ordinances for the City.

Fast start is not quite enough for N-P girls

Maybe there are two lessons to be learned in Nashua-Plainfield’s girls basketball loss to West Fork last week.  First, one quarter does not make a game.  Second, though, is that the Huskies have the ability to play with even elite teams like the W

Slowly but surely

Nashua-Plainfield may not have the power teams it put on the wrestling mat in the 2000s and early part of this decade, but the young Huskies are definitely making progress.  Take last week, for example.  Nashua-Plainfield went 3-2 in duals over th

Dorothy C. Wilson dies at 91

Dorothy C. Wilson of Royal Oak, Michigan, died Thursday Jan. 5, 2017 after a brief illness.  Services: 3 p.m. on Saturday at Cedar Memorial Chapel of Memories, where a visitation will begin at 1 p.m.  The Rev. Kate West will officiate.

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