Readers in Chickasaw County evidently are not “followers,” at least if the Great American Read says anything.
The Salvation Army of Chickasaw County has been able to provide needed aid to the community over the last three years thanks to the generosity of locals during its “red kettle” fund drive, both through cash and the “in kind” voluntarism of bell-ri
The independent committee that organizes a spectacular holiday light display in New Hampton has been hard at work in concert with the community to outperform last year’s inaugural event.
If Lydia Klinkel, who began Monday as the Ionia Community Library director, looks familiar it’s because she worked the previous 17 months part-time at the New Hampton Public Library.
In conjunction with the Veterans Day week, New Hampton fourth grade students inspected the Chickasaw County Veterans Memorial, noticing things they might not have seen before.
Learning to value freedom, and making sure men understand she is their equal, helped Joni Ernst to achieve the career success she has.

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Readers in Chickasaw County evidently are not “followers,” at least if the Great American Read says anything.The winner of the nationwide PBS competition for the best book — among 100 selected as finalists — was “To Kill a Mockingbird,” the classic by Harper Lee, which made the “top 10” in a...
The Salvation Army of Chickasaw County has been able to provide needed aid to the community over the last three years thanks to the generosity of locals during its “red kettle” fund drive, both through cash and the “in kind” voluntarism of bell-ringers.Kris Markham, who, with her daughter Liz,...
The independent committee that organizes a spectacular holiday light display in New Hampton has been hard at work in concert with the community to outperform last year’s inaugural event.It’s the hope of committee member Lisa Pool that the community will once again come be entertained at the...
If Lydia Klinkel, who began Monday as the Ionia Community Library director, looks familiar it’s because she worked the previous 17 months part-time at the New Hampton Public Library.She has some big shoes to fill, as Jane McGrane retired last month after 44 years overseeing the library.Looking back...
In conjunction with the Veterans Day week, New Hampton fourth grade students inspected the Chickasaw County Veterans Memorial, noticing things they might not have seen before.Teachers a couple of years ago walked through the memorial and  developed questions students could answer, teacher Dennis...
Learning to value freedom, and making sure men understand she is their equal, helped Joni Ernst to achieve the career success she has.A veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, now-U.S. Sen. Ernst, R-Iowa, retired from the Iowa Army National Guard in 2015 as a lieutenant colonel and spoke of her...

 

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Lauren Frerichs was selected as a first-team setter in the Northeast Iowa Conference.
After a season in which New Hampton volleyball was the talk of the town and advanced to the state tournament for the first time in 45 years, five Chickasaws were selected to the Northeast Iowa Conference honor teams. Two of them were named to the first team — Lauren Frerichs and Rachel Rinken —...
Nashua-Plainfield’s first-team all-district players included senior John Krull.
A dozen Nashua-Plainfield football players received postseason honors from the Class A, District 4 coaches after a season in which the Huskies went 2-7 overall and 2-4 in district play. Three Huskies — seniors John Krull and Lukas Bucknell and junior Evan Kalainoff — were named to the first team...
Noah Fenske blocks the Go-Hawks’ Mosai Newsom on a pass play.
Forget that 3-6 record, as far as New Hampton football coach Scott Frerichs is concerned, the nine players who earned all-Class 2A, District 3 first-team honors are absolutely deserving of their awards. “We finished third in our district, and honestly, we’re not that far away from being 6-3, 7-2...
New Hampton's volleyball team looks up toward fans after receiving its state trophy Wednesday.
A spectacular season came to an end Wednesday as the Chickasaw volleyball team lost a four-set match to Tipton at the state volleyball tournament. Despite 14 kills by Rachel Rinken, the second-ranked Tigers — led by 24 kills from Sommer Daniel — defeated 13th-ranked New Hampton 25-17, 17-25, 25-23...

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