Members of the New Hampton golf team — (from left) coach Bill Glenn, Hunter Pesek, Connor Hackman, Ryan Anderson, Wyatt Stochl, Alex Kreiner and Justin Reinking — pose for a photo after winning the Class 2A district title.
Normally, rain and golf coexisting does not have a positive outcome. However, the boys golf team for New Hampton is far from normal, and they proved it on Friday.
New Hampton’s Rachel Rinken gives it everything she has as she leaps into the long jump pit at the Class 2A state track meet last Thursday.
Rachel Rinken knew she had to “hit” that first jump at the Class 2A state track meet last Thursday.
New Hampton senior Noah Fenske watches his 60-foot throw at the Class 2A state track and field meet last Thursday.
This wasn’t the way it was supposed to end, but New Hampton senior Noah Fenske was one discus throw away Friday from seeing his brilliant track career end in utter disappointment.
The annual selfie — coach Eric Olson with the state qualifying Chickasaw girls, along with assistant coach Paul Ewert.
On a windy Monday, New Hampton's girls finished 37 strokes lower than any other team at Region 3 of the Class 2A regional finals. The win  advances the girls to the state tournament, which will start next Tuesday, May 28 in Ames. 
Lawler's Veteran's Memorial Park will host a holiday observance next Monday.
Lawler will mark Memorial Day on May 27 with two events — a Mass and the annual program and ceremony.
East Prospect Street is closed Saturday night after water from Spring Creek covered the roadway.
The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warming for parts of Chickasaw County, including the city of New Hampton, that will remain in effect through 1:45 a.m. Sunday.
Members of the New Hampton golf team — (from left) coach Bill Glenn, Hunter Pesek, Connor Hackman, Ryan Anderson, Wyatt Stochl, Alex Kreiner and Justin Reinking — pose for a photo after winning the Class 2A district title.
New Hampton’s Rachel Rinken gives it everything she has as she leaps into the long jump pit at the Class 2A state track meet last Thursday.
New Hampton senior Noah Fenske watches his 60-foot throw at the Class 2A state track and field meet last Thursday.
The annual selfie — coach Eric Olson with the state qualifying Chickasaw girls, along with assistant coach Paul Ewert.
Lawler's Veteran's Memorial Park will host a holiday observance next Monday.
East Prospect Street is closed Saturday night after water from Spring Creek covered the roadway.

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Sparboe Companies last week announced that it has reached an agreement to sell its New Hampton plant to Deb El Food Products, a New Jersey-based manufacturer that has plants in Elizabeth, New Jersey; Thompsonville, New York; and Sherburne, New York. In a press release, Deb El Food Products...
Chickasaw County’s ambulance odyssey just got weirder as the Ambulance Council cancelled its meeting that was scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday night. The Ambulance Council released a terse statement that read: “The Chickasaw County Ambulance Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, May 21, 2019, at 6:00...
Lawler's Veteran's Memorial Park will host a holiday observance next Monday.
Lawler will mark Memorial Day on May 27 with two events — a Mass and the annual program and ceremony.   Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church will hold a Mass at 9 on the morning of the holiday, and coffee and rolls will be served following the service.   At 11 a.m., the Memorial Day program and...
East Prospect Street is closed Saturday night after water from Spring Creek covered the roadway.
The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warming for parts of Chickasaw County, including the city of New Hampton, that will remain in effect through 1:45 a.m. Sunday. Numerous roads in New Hampton — including East Prospect Street, North Pleasant Hill Avenue and East Main Street — were...
The meeting was shorter — by more than two hours — than last week, but when the Chickasaw County Ambulance Council adjourned Monday night, the result was the same: No agreement. Ambulance Council members voted unanimously to make a formal two-year contract offer to the Chickasaw Ambulance Service...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 Monday to place a measure on the ballot this fall that would allow county residents to decide if ambulance service can be a deemed an essential service. If they do so, the county can levy taxes to help support ambulance service. The vote will take...

 

Sports

 

Tom Clark looks to knock down another clay during a New Hampton home trapshooting meet this past Thursday afternoon.
The New Hampton trapshooting team showed off its depth of talent last week in a trio of meets. While it’s no secret New Hampton Red has been the Chickasaws’ best squad all year, some other groups proved to be a force as well. “We have a lot of kids that have developed consistent scores,...
With its top six hitters back - all seniors -  after a 23-15 record last season, New Hampton softball coach Jack Seelhammer has some lofty expectations for this year’s squad. “We have eight seniors, lots of kids back from last year,” he said. “We are hoping to have a good season. We want to win...
The seniors for the New Hampton baseball team will have a chance to make history this season, as they have an opportunity to win their fifth straight conference title.  While that would be a great accomplishment, they have a bigger goal in mind - to make the state baseball tournament. During their...
In three meets last week, the Turkey Valley trapshooting team boasted two perfect 50s.  Not only did individuals shine for the Trojans, but the squads had some of their best scores of the season as well. The first 50 came during their home dual against Echo Valley. Brody Hackman didn’t miss a bird...

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