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School Board wrestles with SAVE fund

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

In some ways, the SAVE Fund is a catch-all account for New Hampton Community Schools.

Speaker’s message to students, teachers: Connecting does matter

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

Joe Beckman learned a valuable lesson long ago from “Blue Hair Girl.”

Bountiful, yet slow, harvest

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

Farmers slowly, but definitely surely, are making progress in bringing in a better-than-expected crop.

Finally, county sees COVID-19 positives drop

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

For the first time in almost two months, Lisa Welter had some positive news when it came to COVID-19 last week.

New Mikkelson building to benefit Little Light of Mine

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

The New Hampton Parks and Recreation Department’s storage sheds were, well, nearing the end.

Ambulance service to opt out

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

It’s great to be back!

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

The scenes that played out on the alleys of Bowlaway Lanes on Saturday were a long time coming.

Now, it’s raining?

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

It’s easy to understand the frustration area farmers are feeling.

‘Interim’ tag doesn’t last long for engineer

By Kelly Terpstra

sports@nhtrib.com

Supervisors consider streaming meetings

By Kelly Terpstra

sports@nhtrib.com

Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors meetings in the near future could be live-streamed or viewed via the Internet by the consuming public. 

A running family

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

It has been in so many ways a renaissance season for the New Hampton cross country program.

Virus surge remains a concern

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

Even in season of challenges, farmers bring in bountiful crop

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

Viral photo leads to national TV interview

By James Grob

jgrob@charlescitypress.com

Some moments are bigger than the game. Sometimes unexpectedly so.

New county attorney ready to go to work

By Bob Fenske

editor@nhtrib.com

Say this for the new Chickasaw County attorney, he definitely isn’t afraid to jump right into a new job.

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