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Change is part of life but God is ‘constant’

Good day, fellow Christians and what a day it is!I woke up this morning to a cold, rainy, damp and dark morning, but I “woke up!” Thank you, Lord for another day to do your work in the world.

Redeemer set to celebrate its 75th anniversary

Redeemer Lutheran Church in New Hampton will be celebrating its 75th anniversary on Sunday afternoon with an afternoon service and meal.The anniversary service begins at 4 p.m.

Students get ‘personal’ with their Spanish

This wasn’t some Halloween project gone wild; instead, it was a chance for New Hampton High School students to use their Spanish in a meaningful way.Yes, they munched on snacks, laughed and had a good time, but then again, that is exactly what “El

World Food Prize Institute life-changer for student

Hannah Heit quite honestly didn’t know where to begin when asked to describe the recent World Food Prize Global Youth Institute.But the New Hampton High School junior knows that the recent three-day institute was a life-changing event.Oh, her drea

Weaver makes campaign stop in New Hampton

Democratic nominee for Iowa’s Fourth Congressional District Kim Weaver stopped in New Hampton on Wednesday afternoon.Her visit to Chickasaw County was part of a 20-stop, four-day tour of the district during the final week before Tuesday’s election

Heart N’ Soul Cafe returns

In the lower level of the Nashua Plainfield High School there is a restaurant. The kids thoroughly enjoy running it and serving the public.The Heart N Soul Café has been around since the 1999-2000 school year.

N-P graduate finds new career after retirement

Retire and then start a new career.

Halloween comes to town

Candy, games, treats and nice weather made for a great Trunk or Treat time for the children.

Extension office to offer ‘Holiday Havoc’ class

Dropping temperatures and falling leaves give way to holiday music and crowded stores.

We’re just a week away from decision

Voters are down to seven days to come up with their choices for the election.That’s right, an election cycle that literally started years ago is almost complete, and the latest polls show Iowa is still up for grabs when it comes to the presidentia

New Hampton to kick off holidays

Jason Speltz knows how important the next two months are for members of New Horizons-Chamber, the organization he serves as director.And that’s why he is so excited about this coming weekend’s Holiday Open House, which has grown by leaps and bound

Student makes it 3-for-3

Bethany Zenk will be the first to admit that she felt the pressure, but her band director knew — positively, absolutely — that the New Hampton High School senior would handle it.She did and is now a true band superstar.For a third straight year, Z

The toughest job?

The Halloween Parade line literally stretched for blocks Saturday morning, and New Hampton Parks and Recreation Director Rick Kramer couldn’t help but smile.“I guess a few people showed up,” he said with his tongue firmly planted in his cheek.

United Fund Campaign Committee begins its annual drive

The 41st annual New Hampton Area United Fund Campaign is underway once again with the committee asking residents to donate to the fund where every dollar goes to work right here in New Hampton and North Iowa.The first United Fund Drive was held in

Police get support for body cameras

New Hampton Police Sgt.

Hospital, businesses team up for commemorative items

During the 100 years of its existence, one of the driving forces behind the success of New Hampton’s hospital has been the support the community has given it.That support, hospital officials say, continues to this day and can be seen in the number

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