By Bob Fenske
New Hampton’s new city attorney told the City Council on Monday that the time has come for the city to do a little “code cleanup.”
New Horizons-Chamber Director Jason Speltz laughed when asked when he knew the annual Holiday Open House was a success?
Laura Wickham and Donna Geerts turned on the voting machines Thursday morning, picked up a handful of ballots and went to work.
By Dorothy Huber
Lance Reicks had been through this all-state auditioning thing before, but this was different.
In some ways, the SAVE Fund is a catch-all account for New Hampton Community Schools.
Joe Beckman learned a valuable lesson long ago from “Blue Hair Girl.”
Farmers slowly, but definitely surely, are making progress in bringing in a better-than-expected crop.
For the first time in almost two months, Lisa Welter had some positive news when it came to COVID-19 last week.
The New Hampton Parks and Recreation Department’s storage sheds were, well, nearing the end.
The scenes that played out on the alleys of Bowlaway Lanes on Saturday were a long time coming.
It’s easy to understand the frustration area farmers are feeling.