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Park Board won't replace departing member, will now have five members The New Hampton Park Board is going to get a tad smaller while the city’s council will continue to have six members, at least for the foreseeable future.
New Hampton Activities Director Scott Frerichs has three words for Chickasaw fans when the winter sports season starts. Follow the rules.
After 41 years in the nursing profession, Lawler’s Nancy Cuvelier probably thought she’d seen it all. Then along came 2020.
COVID-19 continued to spread in Chickasaw County last week, which led to some tragic stories as the death of four area residents was blamed on the Coronavirus. And it’s also taking a toll on those who work in health care.
Seven years ago, Mark Folkers wasn’t quite sure what he wanted to do with his life. The 2006 graduate of New Hampton High School was living in Mason City, working at Staples and was, as he will admit now, a bit rudderless.

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Park Board won't replace departing member, will now have five members The New Hampton Park Board is going to get a tad smaller while the city’s council will continue to have six members, at least for the foreseeable future. The decisions were made at last Monday night’s City Council meeting, which...
After 41 years in the nursing profession, Lawler’s Nancy Cuvelier probably thought she’d seen it all. Then along came 2020. The former Mayo Clinic nurse and Turkey Valley school nurse has been employed at UnityPoint Health — Allen Hospital in Waterloo for seven years now. Dana Schmitt of New...
COVID-19 continued to spread in Chickasaw County last week, which led to some tragic stories as the death of four area residents was blamed on the Coronavirus. And it’s also taking a toll on those who work in health care. “I think everyone — us, the hospital, the ambulance, the first responders —...
Seven years ago, Mark Folkers wasn’t quite sure what he wanted to do with his life. The 2006 graduate of New Hampton High School was living in Mason City, working at Staples and was, as he will admit now, a bit rudderless. “I wasn’t really getting anywhere,” he said, “and you know, it was kind of...
A New Hampton High School alumnus lived the dream, albeit a tired one, last week when Randy Feenstra won the Fourth Congressional District race to replace Steve King in the U.S. House of Representatives. One of the mainstays in State Sen. Randy Feenstra’s campaign to go to Washington was a former “...
The COVID-19 situation in Chickasaw County has taken a decided turn for the worse in recent days, and at least one area school has pulled the plug on on-site learning for a short period of time. Nashua-Plainfield officials on Tuesday announced the district would not have school on Wednesday and go...

 

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New Hampton Activities Director Scott Frerichs has three words for Chickasaw fans when the winter sports season starts. Follow the rules. “We’re going to do what the governor and the associations are asking us to do,” Freichs said referring to the Iowa High School Athletic Association and the Iowa...
For the third straight year, Jalyssa Blazek and Jaycie Byrne will represent Turkey Valley when the 1A girls run Saturday at state cross country. But coach Sarah Bakula, like any good coach, was hoping for more. “That’s not the way we wanted the season to end,” she said the day after the 18-school...
The words inscribed on Ali Russler’s left arm said it all on a cold and rainy Thursday afternoon in Jesup. “I can do all things through Him who gives me strength.” That Bible verse from Philippians 4:13 provided inspiration and gave Russler faith. “Full send or no send” was scratched in black magic...
The words inscribed on Ali Russler’s left arm said it all on a cold and rainy Thursday afternoon in Jesup. “I can do all things through Him who gives me strength.” That Bible verse from Philippians 4:13 provided inspiration and gave Russler faith. “Full send or no send” was scratched in black magic...

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