The news about a possible conference realignment for New Hampton High School and its fellow members of the Northeast Iowa Conference is pretty much on hold.
Turkey Valley’s Jordan Lukes applies full-court pressure defense in the Trojans’ Class 1A regional victory over Starmont on Thursday.
Turkey Valley’s girls weren’t happy about a loss to Kee High in early February, and with a 66-22 win over Starmont in the first round of regional action, they’ll be able to do something about it tonight (Tuesday).
The members of the Turkey Valley’s “MOFIA” hide their faces with the flowers they surprised the schools’ girls with on Valentine’s Day.
They came in the dark of the night — Mateo, Vinnie, Hulk, Sal, Rocky, Danny, Rambo, Joey and Rocco — to Turkey Valley High School, and they opened every girls’ locker in the joint.
Turkey Valley's bench reacts to a basket late in the game against Kee Tuesday.
In a game that was determined in the final seconds, Turkey Valley defeated Kee High 55-52 Tuesday night to advance to the regional semifinal round of the girls basketball playoffs.
New Hampton’s Kaylee Eggerichs scores two of her team-high 22 points in Saturday’s regional game at Waukon.
New Hampton girls basketball coach Chad Pemble used one word to describe how he was feeling after the Chickasaws fell to Waukon in the regional opener on Saturday — numb.
Carnegie Cultural Center Board Secretary Wally Murphy (top left) poses with the underwriters, Gerald Johnson (bottom left) and Roger and Jean Kolbet on Friday, the day a new book detailing historical “stuff” about Chickasaw County went on sale.
Juanita Andersen couldn’t help but laugh last Friday when she was told that the title of her new book — especially the first word — was … well so her.
Turkey Valley’s Jordan Lukes applies full-court pressure defense in the Trojans’ Class 1A regional victory over Starmont on Thursday.
The members of the Turkey Valley’s “MOFIA” hide their faces with the flowers they surprised the schools’ girls with on Valentine’s Day.
Turkey Valley's bench reacts to a basket late in the game against Kee Tuesday.
New Hampton’s Kaylee Eggerichs scores two of her team-high 22 points in Saturday’s regional game at Waukon.
Carnegie Cultural Center Board Secretary Wally Murphy (top left) poses with the underwriters, Gerald Johnson (bottom left) and Roger and Jean Kolbet on Friday, the day a new book detailing historical “stuff” about Chickasaw County went on sale.

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The news about a possible conference realignment for New Hampton High School and its fellow members of the Northeast Iowa Conference is pretty much on hold. “Right now, we’re really looking at our options,” New Hampton Superintendent Jay Jurrens said recently, “and I think we’re taking a step back...
The members of the Turkey Valley’s “MOFIA” hide their faces with the flowers they surprised the schools’ girls with on Valentine’s Day.
They came in the dark of the night — Mateo, Vinnie, Hulk, Sal, Rocky, Danny, Rambo, Joey and Rocco — to Turkey Valley High School, and they opened every girls’ locker in the joint. But these boys weren’t there to steal Thursday night, the night before Valentine’s Day, instead, they were leaving...
Carnegie Cultural Center Board Secretary Wally Murphy (top left) poses with the underwriters, Gerald Johnson (bottom left) and Roger and Jean Kolbet on Friday, the day a new book detailing historical “stuff” about Chickasaw County went on sale.
Juanita Andersen couldn’t help but laugh last Friday when she was told that the title of her new book — especially the first word — was … well so her. “You’re probably right,” she said of “STUFF: An Ephemera Collector’s History of Chickasaw County,” “because you know me and my stuff. But honestly,...
New Hampton property owners will see an increase in their property tax bills, after all, if the proposed budget that will have two public hearings next month is approved by the City Council. That’s because the City Council, after going into a closed session earlier this month, approved an emergency...
Because of HIPPA rules, the Tribune borrowed Dawson Monteith to show how Rachel Knecht and her fellow surgical nurses try to ease the fears of young children who are about to have surgery at MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center.
Glen Geerts’ “day” is almost complete as he talks with Audra Burgart just after 7 a.m. on a Wednesday morning at the med/surg nurse’s desk inside MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center. He’s going through the list of four patients who are currently in the hospital, giving Burgart and her fellow day...
Security State Bank is planning to return to New Hampton, although this is a different Security State Bank. The bank, based out of the small northwest Iowa town of Sutherland, announced it would open a branch office in New Hampton in the next 60 or so days that will be based at the site of an old...

 

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Turkey Valley’s Jordan Lukes applies full-court pressure defense in the Trojans’ Class 1A regional victory over Starmont on Thursday.
Turkey Valley’s girls weren’t happy about a loss to Kee High in early February, and with a 66-22 win over Starmont in the first round of regional action, they’ll be able to do something about it tonight (Tuesday). That’s when the Trojans make a trek to Waukon to break a 1-1 tie in games played...
Turkey Valley's bench reacts to a basket late in the game against Kee Tuesday.
In a game that was determined in the final seconds, Turkey Valley defeated Kee High 55-52 Tuesday night to advance to the regional semifinal round of the girls basketball playoffs. The game was close throughout, as Kee led 10-9 after a quarter and Turkey Valley was up at the half 30-29. Even though...
New Hampton’s Kaylee Eggerichs scores two of her team-high 22 points in Saturday’s regional game at Waukon.
New Hampton girls basketball coach Chad Pemble used one word to describe how he was feeling after the Chickasaws fell to Waukon in the regional opener on Saturday — numb. “I’ve been coaching these senior girls since they were in fourth grade. They’re an awesome bunch of kids,” he said. “One of them...
Turkey Valley’s Elliott Dietzenbach threads his way through the defense during the UIC-title clinching win last week.
The next best thing to an outright conference title is a share of the crown. And for the fourth straight year, Turkey Valley’s boys have earned either a share of the title or the full prize. After a Monday 71-39 non-conference win over Don Bosco, the Trojans needed to win the next night against...

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