Turkey Valley’s Kalvin Langreck looks for a receiver in the second half.
On each of Turkey Valley’s first three possessions of the eight-player state semifinals on Thursday morning against Don Bosco, they marched the football inside the Dons’ 15-yard line. 
The Chickasaw County Compensation Board Thursday unanimously approved recommending raises of 6 percent to the county’s elected officials, with one notable exception.
Chickasaw County may lose its assessor, and county, city and school officials reacted by offering Ray Armel a raise, effectively immediately, in an effort to keep him.
Turkey Valley’s Ali Hoffert goes low to pass the ball during Turkey Valley’s Class 1A regional match with Tripoli last week.
Even though the Turkey Valley volleyball season came to an end last Monday night at the hands of Tripoli, the season was a vast improvement from past years. The Trojan girls finished with a record of 20-13 after going 4-22 the year prior.
As rehearsal comes to a close, the cast and crew practice giving credit to their directors, Maggie Konecne and Jill Cantu.
Step right up ladies and gentlemen, come one, come all! 
New Hampton’s Ashlynn Tank makes a great save on a ball in last week’s Class 3A regional semifinal match against Crestwood.
Crestwood’s Sharon Goodman has been a nightmare for opposing teams to face all season when in the front row. Coming into the regional semifinal match at New Hampton on Tuesday, she had racked up 349 kills. 
Turkey Valley’s Kalvin Langreck looks for a receiver in the second half.
Turkey Valley’s Ali Hoffert goes low to pass the ball during Turkey Valley’s Class 1A regional match with Tripoli last week.
As rehearsal comes to a close, the cast and crew practice giving credit to their directors, Maggie Konecne and Jill Cantu.
New Hampton’s Ashlynn Tank makes a great save on a ball in last week’s Class 3A regional semifinal match against Crestwood.

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The Chickasaw County Compensation Board Thursday unanimously approved recommending raises of 6 percent to the county’s elected officials, with one notable exception. Board members recommended a 14 percent raise for the sheriff’s position in an effort to get his salary more in the range with other...
Chickasaw County may lose its assessor, and county, city and school officials reacted by offering Ray Armel a raise, effectively immediately, in an effort to keep him. Armel has received an offer from Fayette County to be its assessor, a role Armel took over when Chickasaw County Assessor Doug...
As rehearsal comes to a close, the cast and crew practice giving credit to their directors, Maggie Konecne and Jill Cantu.
Step right up ladies and gentlemen, come one, come all!  The Iowa State Fair is coming to New Hampton in the form of a musical this November. All Iowans and fairgoers alike will love this nostalgic performance put on by the high school drama department. The curtains will open on Getting to Know...
Main Street business owners and New Horizons-Chamber Director Jason Speltz made a pitch to the New Hampton City Council to loosen the city code that gives them very little space to display their wares outside their stores. “My biggest concern is we need to promote New Hampton, Iowa, and bring...
Here is a look at the unofficial election results for contested races in Chickasaw County:   FREDERICKSBURG MAYOR James F. Mitchell 158 Write-Ins 63   FREDERICKSBURG CITY COUNCIL (2 SEATS) Kyle Wendland 150 Dean Speicher 146 Sheriton L. Dettmer 142   IONIA CITY COUNCIL (3 SEATS) Ted Geerts Jr. 36...
New Hampton elected a new mayor on Tuesday as challenger Bobby Schwickerath knocked off incumbent Deb Larsen by a relatively large margin. Schwickerath, the 32-year-old president of the New Horizons-Chamber who serves as the warehouse manager and in sales at Dungey’s Furniture and Flooring,...

 

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Turkey Valley’s Kalvin Langreck looks for a receiver in the second half.
On each of Turkey Valley’s first three possessions of the eight-player state semifinals on Thursday morning against Don Bosco, they marched the football inside the Dons’ 15-yard line.  However, they failed to score a single point on these early opportunities. “Whenever you get that far down and...
Eli Nymeyer picks off a pass and is about to return it 46 yards for a touchdown in the Trojans' win over HLV Friday. (Photo by Dorothy Huber)
Turkey Valley took the drama out of Friday night’s eight-man state playoff quarterfinal game as the Trojans raced out to a 40-0 lead on their way to a 64-14 victory. The Trojans improved to 11-0 and will play in a semifinal game next at 9 a.m. Thursday at the UNI-Dome against Don Bosco. HLV closed...
Turkey Valley’s Ali Hoffert goes low to pass the ball during Turkey Valley’s Class 1A regional match with Tripoli last week.
Even though the Turkey Valley volleyball season came to an end last Monday night at the hands of Tripoli, the season was a vast improvement from past years. The Trojan girls finished with a record of 20-13 after going 4-22 the year prior. “We were one win away from matching the [number of wins in...
New Hampton’s Ashlynn Tank makes a great save on a ball in last week’s Class 3A regional semifinal match against Crestwood.
Crestwood’s Sharon Goodman has been a nightmare for opposing teams to face all season when in the front row. Coming into the regional semifinal match at New Hampton on Tuesday, she had racked up 349 kills.  However, when she isn’t the front row, the Cadets aren’t the same team. The Chickasaws took...

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