Three people were killed Friday evening in a two-pickup crash about five miles east of Charles City.
Chickasaw senior Barbara Schwickerath hits out of a bunker with Callie Speltz watching at Jesup Friday.
Eric Olson had plenty of worries heading into his New Hampton girls golf team’s season opener Friday.
Chickasaw County’s human resources representative, Paul Greufe with PJ Greufe and Associates, requested that the county auditor follow up on recommendations from a recent audit or audits, according to a March 20 email.
The folks at First Citizens Bank looked at the forecast earlier this week and decided, snow or no snow, they were going Hawaiian.
On the afternoon of March 28, a Quilt of Valor presentation was held at the rural New Hampton home of Gordon and Vonnie Speltz.
The t-shirts — both the fronts and the backs — tell the story of New Hampton FFA.
Chickasaw senior Barbara Schwickerath hits out of a bunker with Callie Speltz watching at Jesup Friday.

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A Lawler contractor will replace a 1964 box culvert south of New Hampton.The Chickasaw County Supervisors approved the apparent low bid of $191,260 from Blazek Corp. of Lawler on Monday, April 16, on a motion from Dan Carolan, whose home District 5 includes Lawler. This bid and the second-place bid...
Community Connections New Hampton will hold a bake sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, April 26 and Friday, April 27 at the New Hampton Treasure Chest store.All proceeds go to the New Hampton Fire Department.
Three people were killed Friday evening in a two-pickup crash about five miles east of Charles City.According to the Iowa State Patrol, Jacob Allen Mahnesmith, age 28, of Nashua, was driving a 2011 Dodge Ram pickup that was going west on 210th Street and did not stop at a stop sign. It struck a...
Chickasaw County’s human resources representative, Paul Greufe with PJ Greufe and Associates, requested that the county auditor follow up on recommendations from a recent audit or audits, according to a March 20 email.The Board of Supervisors heard about it Monday from two of the former officials...
The folks at First Citizens Bank looked at the forecast earlier this week and decided, snow or no snow, they were going Hawaiian.So as the New Hampton endured yet another winter storm — the fifth since March 24 — on Wednesday, life was a “beach” inside the bank’s New Hampton location.Outside? Not...
On the afternoon of March 28, a Quilt of Valor presentation was held at the rural New Hampton home of Gordon and Vonnie Speltz. Two veterans were presented with a Quilt of Valor with some family members in attendance.— For more on this story, see the April 20 New Hampton Tribune.

 

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Chickasaw senior Barbara Schwickerath hits out of a bunker with Callie Speltz watching at Jesup Friday.
Eric Olson had plenty of worries heading into his New Hampton girls golf team’s season opener Friday.“We hadn’t really been on a course all spring,” he said. “Heck, we had been outside five times, and I was really, really concerned that we hadn’t hit a chip shot yet … and our first putting outside...
Journey Howe fires a shot during a recent New Hampton trapshooting event.
Even with over eight inches of snow falling in the area Wednesday, the Chickasaw trapshooters were hoping for a meet the next day. A contingent of shovelers, including coach Chuck Stanton, were out clearing the runways when the snow ended.“It might turn into a lake tomorrow,” said Stanton. “We...
Turkey Valley’s Brad Kriener lines up shots during a meet against Osage Tuesday afternoon.
There was a sight at the Turkey Valley trapshooting meet Tuesday that was worth the price of admission (if there was an admission, which there isn’t) and somewhat of a rare sighting this spring.Kids in shirtsleeves.Not many, to be certain, but a couple. And those students looked painfully cold as...
Nashua residents Cary Griffith (left) and Jeff Trost spent many a night together as officials for high school sporting events.
Cary Griffith looked over at his longtime friend and partner, Jeff Trost, and smiled.“Remember that night we came home from West Union,” Griffith asked?“Oh my gosh, that’s a night you don’t forget,” Trost answered.It was years ago, but the two Nashua residents had officiated a playoff basketball...

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