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The Northeast Iowa Conference made national news this past week, and it wasn’t a “feel-good” kind of story. And NEIC officials reacted strongly Monday when the conference released a statement in which it said the league will “stand strongly for the dignity and rights of our students of color.” The...
New Hampton High School graduate Maddie Hoeck visits her mother’s grave after “taping” her part of the school’s virtual graduation that will be held this Sunday.
December 20, 2017, it’s Maddie Hoeck’s day of infamy, if you will. The night before, Hoeck and her teammates on the New Hampton Dance Team performed their final routine of the calendar year, when they took to the floor at halftime of the New Hampton-Charles City boys basketball game. In the stands...
The plan was that New Hampton High School Principal Sarah Updegraff and her husband would one day move closer to “the river,” but when an opening came up in the Eastern Allamakee Community Schools district, the move will come sooner than she expected. Updegraff last week accepted the position of 7-...
New Hampton High School is hoping it will be able to hold two commencement ceremonies in 2020 — a virtual one that will be released on Sunday, May 17, and a traditional one that will be held on Sunday, June 28. In a letter to seniors and parents, Principal Sarah Updegraff said “in working with...
Julie Winter-Havel can’t imagine what high school seniors are going through these days. Their last year of high school has gone south — very, very south — because of this thing called the Coronavirus COVID-19.  No classes, no final year of spring sports, no final concerts, a Prom that has been...
Golf is one of many springs sports that could be impacted due to Coronavirus.
Here’s what New Hampton Activities Director Brad Schmitt knows when it comes to spring sports and the Coronavirus. “Right now, we haven’t been told anything like they’re not going to happen,” he said last week. “I know there’s a lot of uncertainty, and honestly, all we can do is go day by day.” The...
Weddings are events that change with the times. Yes, the sentiments are still the same and by the end, two people are still sealed in matrimony, but with each generation comes new trends and fresh vision for how exactly their “perfect” wedding should look.  The Tribune caught up with the students...
Dr. Timothy McMillen, a professor at Simpson College where he directs the Chamber Singers and College Choir, leads students from seven schools at the annual Northeast Iowa Conference Music Festival that was held in New Hampton last week.
When kids who normally compete against each other, play together, beautiful things can happen.  Last Monday night it was New Hampton’s turn to host the Northeast Iowa Conference (NEIC) Honor Music Festival with over 200 students from every conference school coming together to make music.  New...
Sports has been a distraction for Marius Semionov, keeping his mind off being so far away from loved ones.
Becoming a foreign exchange student is no easy task, but it is a childhood dream Marius Semionov wouldn’t give up on.  “It was a dream for me since I was 6 years old to come to the US because of Disney Movies, songs, etc.” Semionov says he found a program called Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) which...
Cafeteria equipment, including “serving lines,” will be ready to go once the local fire marshal gives his final OK on the room.
In the perfect world, New Hampton students would be eating their lunches in the middle school’s new cafeteria and playing volleyball in the new competition gym. But Superintendent Jay Jurrens has been around enough new school construction projects to know that “perfect worlds” are really utopias....

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