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A month like no other

Chickasaw County Engineer Dusten Rolando laughed — albeit a bit wearily — Wednesday afternoon as he talked about the condition of roads in the area.“You know, right now, I’d love to take a ‘dust call’ because that’s usually what we’re getting this

Lady Trojans score first UIC win

    Turkey Valley volleyball took another one of those baby steps Monday.

Shaving time

While coach Jamie Quass is a fine motivator, the chance of running varsity for the New Hampton cross country team also appears to have some pull.      The kind of competition that makes the top runners consistently improve — think Hannah Heit and

Ready to vote? The ballots are ready!

The November election may be almost six weeks away, but those who have made up their minds can begin casting ballots today [Thursday] at the Chickasaw County Courthouse in New Hampton.County Auditor Joan Knoll announced Monday that “early voting” 

Garbage, recycling tote program leaves residents confused

There have been many discussions about the new garbage and recycling totes leaving some wondering when the citizens will have their new totes or if they are still going to start the program.

NEIC sweep

    Here’s a wake-up call.

Huskies are ready to play a lot of ball

Do you know that line that kicks off Sunday Night Football, the one that goes “are you ready for some football?”Nashua-Plainfield better be ready, for the Huskies are about to embark on a three-game, eight-day stretch that very well could determin

Huskies fall to North Butler, get extended time off

The good news is Nashua-Plainfield volleyball coach Amber Carter saw some good signs in last Tuesday’s loss to North Butler.The bad news is Mother Nature messed up any momentum the Huskies may have had as Nashua-Plainfield saw its match with St.

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