New Hampton City Council tabled the final payment to Henkel Construction for the swimming pool project on Monday and set public hearings before approving three documents.
The Nashua-Plainfield Elementary students were all dressed up and waving at their families while waiting to present “Celebrate the Season,” their holiday concert.
After investigating emergency snow removal procedures, New Hampton will add more emergency snow removal signs and extend the time to pay before the fine increases.
Eliott Kuchera laughed when he was asked the question — so, were you excited or nervous as you took the podium to conduct the New Hampton Concert Band at Monday night’s Winter Music Festival?
Collin Stephens wasn’t all that sure about this whole Most Valuable Beard thing back in early November.
Santa’s going to be a pretty busy guy Saturday morning; after all, hundreds of kids usually turn out for “Breakfast with Santa.”

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New Hampton City Council tabled the final payment to Henkel Construction for the swimming pool project on Monday and set public hearings before approving three documents.Councilman Joe Denner said the sidewalk was so narrow that “if you meet somebody, they’re walking in the grass” and moved to...
The Nashua-Plainfield Elementary students were all dressed up and waving at their families while waiting to present “Celebrate the Season,” their holiday concert.The kindergarten through fifth grade students were ready for the holiday concert to share their musical talents with the standing room...
After investigating emergency snow removal procedures, New Hampton will add more emergency snow removal signs and extend the time to pay before the fine increases.A motion to amend the late payment time frame for emergency snow removal parking tickets from two to five days passed New Hampton City...
Eliott Kuchera laughed when he was asked the question — so, were you excited or nervous as you took the podium to conduct the New Hampton Concert Band at Monday night’s Winter Music Festival?“Well, it was probably a little bit of Column A and a little bit of Column B,” said the Wartburg College...
Collin Stephens wasn’t all that sure about this whole Most Valuable Beard thing back in early November.Oh, the cause — raising money to bring 3D mammography to Mercy Medical Center-New Hampton — was great and Stephens has had a beard for years.The issue was simple. To be part of the campaign,...
Santa’s going to be a pretty busy guy Saturday morning; after all, hundreds of kids usually turn out for “Breakfast with Santa.”But at least the jolly old fellow won’t go away hungry as the New Hampton Parks and Recreation Department will hold the annual event that includes breakfast, coloring and...

 

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Hope McDonald drives to the basket in a game played earlier in the season.
Both New Hampton basketball coaches got what they wanted Thursday night, and it just wasn’t the wins the Chickasaws came home with from Waterloo Columbus, either. New Hampton’s girls gave coach Chad Pemble a great start, excellent inside defense and what has become a common occurrence, unselfish...
New Hampton’s Maddi Moorman, shown here in a game against Waukon, led the Chickasaws in both scoring and rebounding during Tuesday night’s game at Charles City.
Maddi Moorman talked about transitioning on Wednesday, the afternoon after the Chickasaw girls came home from Charles City with a 60-40 win over the Comets. The only area the NH girls had trouble with, said Moorman, was transitioning. “Other than that we played a pretty good game.” At the start of...
Turkey Valley’s Ethan Leibold goes up strong to grab a rebound in a game against North Fayette Valley last week.
It’s as if Ethan Leibold has taken a liking to the number 33. Wearing the number 33, the Turkey Valley junior scored 33 points against Central Tuesday to lead his team to its second consecutive conference win. His best game last year came in the second week of December — he scored 33 that night as...
We’re guessing that North Tama’s Zach Greiner doesn’t want to see another Dillon Roberson screen — one that frees Nolan Howard to drive to the basket — anytime soon.
New Hampton senior Austin Flugum had figuratively “broken the ankles” of a North Tama defender to free himself for an open 3-pointer, which he drained during the fourth quarter of Tuesday night’s game. It was just one play in what turned out to be a 64-46 New Hampton victory — the first of coach...

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