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Water everywhere

It began raining in Chickasaw County around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and in some parts of the county, the rain didn’t stop falling until 3:30 a.m.

Park Committee to offer County Camp Weeks

Nashua Park Board announces ‘County Camp Weeks’ at Cedar View Campground following Labor Day weekend!

Chapter EN enjoys summer meeting

Chapter EN of the P.E.O. Sisterhood enjoyed a Social Outing at noon on Saturday, July 9 at Twin Ponds Park for members and their guests.

Shelter to hold car show on Main

All classic cars, hot rods and trucks are welcomed at the 1st Annual Car Show for C & W Rustic Hollow Shelter on Sept.

Big Four Fair begins next week in Nashua

The Directors of the Big Four Fair would like to present the schedule of events for the 2016 Big Four Fair held in Nashua Sept. 1 through Sept. 5 (Labor Day Weekend).  Entry day is Sept. 1.  On Friday, Sept.

Search ends with recovery of man's body

It wasn't the ending law enforcement and rescue personnel wanted as the body of a man whose car was swept off a county road near Protivin was recovered Wednesday afternoon.The Chickasaw County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that the body of 77-ye

Floodwaters recede; search for missing man continues

Law enforcement officers and rescue personnel continued their search for a missing man about two miles south of Protivin on Wednesday morning after his car was washed off a road after a night of heavy rainfall that left many parts of Chickasaw Cou

Rendezvous fest allows all to take a trip back in time

Stepping back in time is what many did this weekend at Old Bradford Pioneer Village Museum through the rain, humid and cooler weather. Rendezvous participants set up their tents, dressed the part and lived like the would have in the 1600s.

Baker will more than settle for ‘bronze’

She didn’t end up the champion on paper, but as far as Chantal Papousek is concerned, her business still came out a winner.And the owner of Sweet Freedom Gluten Free Bakery knows she did the right thing when she submitted a last-minute entry into

Parts of New Hampton dealing with flooding

Several New Hampton streets were closed last Tuesday night after torrential rains caused flooding.Parts of Foley Avenue, North Pleasant Hill Avenue, East Prospect Street and East Main Street were closed after heavy thunderstorms moved through the

Teachers have a pretty good summer story

If teachers had to write a “what-I-did-this-summer” essay, one thing is for certain: Jason Rude and Michelle Nystel would have a great story to tell.The two teachers — Rude teaches social studies at New Hampton Middle School and Nystel does the sa

A dog’s world

You’ve heard of “people watching,” right?But there may be something even more fun, and that’s “dog watching,” especially on the last day of the New Hampton Municipal Pool season.Take Sunday, for example.Before the pool closed for good, it welcomed

Students head back to class

It’s a day parents around the area have been looking forward to since late May.OK, maybe that’s a stretch — maybe it’s just been the last few weeks — but the bottom line is that parents today [Tuesday] aren’t hearing “I’m bored” and “there’s nothi

State Bank’s New Hampton “Cookin’ for a Cause”

State Bank’s New Hampton office held a “Cookin’ for a Cause” event on Friday, July 22nd to support the New Hampton TRIBE Trail.

School Board welcomes its student representative

New Hampton’s newest School Board member may not be old enough to vote, but he’s got plenty of ideas when it comes to serving on the board.In a quick meeting Monday night, board members unanimously voted to appoint high school junior Jordan Holtha

Pool will go to the dogs ... for a day

The New Hampton Municipal Pool will open its gates to man’s best friend on Sunday ...

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