Coronavirus

Dr. Kara Speltz loves her family, don’t get her wrong, but she’s probably never looked forward to going to work as much as she did on Monday morning. “I am beyond thrilled,” said the Boeding, Speltz and Wernimont dentist. “Eight weeks is enough. I think we’re all ready to see our patients and get...
Gov. Kim Reynolds announced last week that she would allow restaurants, fitness centers, churches, retail stores and malls to reopen in 77 Iowa counties, including Chickasaw, although they can only operate at 50 percent capacity. Reynolds made the announcement during her daily press conference on...
The New Hampton City Council, despite uncertainty about how the Coronavirus crisis will affect the amount of Road-Use Tax dollars the city will receive, gave permission last week for the city’s street superintendent to take bids for a street restoration project. Junior Mai told council members...
On the day in which Gov. Kim Reynolds announced that she would begin the process of “reopening the state,” Chickasaw County Public Health officials confirmed a fourth confirmed case of Coronavirus COVID-19. And also on Friday, Public Health and Homecare Services Director Lisa Welter made a plea to...
New Hampton High School graduate and Houston Astros pitcher Cole McDonald was sent home just one week into spring training due to the Coronavirus.
When New Hampton high school graduate and current Houston Astros pitcher Cole McDonald reported to spring training in Florida on March 8, the last thing he expected to happen was for Major League Baseball to suspend the season just a few days later. However, that’s exactly what took place due to...
Chickasaw County’s Public Health director is asking residents to remain vigilant when it comes to following Coronavirus COVID-19 guidelines after a third Chickasaw County resident tested positive for the virus on Friday. The good news is that the two residents who earlier tested positive for the...
Emergency Department staff members like Lisa Stevenson and Kayla Steinlage pose for a photo in the one entrance to the hospital that remains open and where hospital staff assess those who are entering the facility to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus.
One just needs to drive by MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center to realize that these are far from normal times. Yellow tape is stretched out over the hospital’s front parking lot entrances as the facility works to keep both its patients and their staff members safe during the Coronavirus COVID-19...
New Hampton Golf and Country Club, Jackson Heights Golf Course, Nashua Town and Country Club and Plum Creek Golf Course all opened last week.
The Coronavirus has shut down many different businesses and organizations in and around New Hampton. However, one activity people can still enjoy during this pandemic is golf, as many courses in the area opened last week with certain restrictions. This includes New Hampton Golf and Country Club,...
MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center and Family Clinic personnel set up the drive-up Coronavirus COVID-19 station on Friday afternoon.
MercyOne New Hampton will begin offering drive-up testing for the Coronavirus COVID-19 on Monday, but both hospital and clinic officials are stressing that the testing can be done by appointment only. In a press release issued Saturday, MercyOne officials said a patient should wait to call for a...
Bennett Pharmacy’s make-shift “drive-up” lane is one of only two ways — the other is delivery — that patients can receive their prescriptions.
The thought was pretty simple in this “era” of Coronavirus COVID-19. Folks who are ill shouldn’t be congregating in the same area. So Bennett Pharmacy came up with its version of a “drive-up window,” and now that drive-up lane is just one of two ways that customers can pick up their prescriptions...

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