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The idea is pretty simple in this Coronavirus COVID-19 Era: Folks who are ill shouldn’t be congregating in the same area. So Bennett Pharmacy has come up with its version of a “drive-up window.” “The people who are at the most high risk, where are they going to be? Here, picking up prescriptions,”...
Two Republican candidates will vie for the chance to knock off four-term State Rep. Todd Prichard, D-Charles City, this fall, while Democrats didn’t have a candidate file for the State Senate district that includes Chickasaw County. The filing period for state and federal offices ended Friday at 5...
MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center, in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and local public health organizations, is increasing visitor restrictions. For the immediate future, no visitors will be allowed in our facilities. Some visitor exceptions will be made for extenuating...
New Hampton Community Schools will begin dropping off lunches and breakfast on Wednesday at locations throughout the district. The locations will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and district officials say even “if you have children who are not in school yet, meals can also be provided.” The...
The city of New Hampton announced Tuesday that it will close the Community Center, effective immediately. The city offices — the City Clerk, Economic Development and Parks and Recreation — will remain open but can only be accessed through email or by phone. The City Clerk’s office will have the...
Bars, casinos and move theaters in Iowa will close for two weeks, beginning at noon on Tuesday, according to an order released by Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds as state officials tried to combat the spread of the Coronavirus COVID-19. Restaurants will be allowed to remain open, “if such food and beverages...
Chickasaw County announced Tuesday morning that it is closing all of its offices to the public, due the Coronavirus COVID-19, but it will continue to provide essential public services “Our goal is to protect the citizens and employees of Chickasaw County,” read a statement that was approved by the...
New Hampton High School students (from left) Jacob Reicks, Maddie Usher, Conner Gorman, Hunter Pesek, Evan Rosonke and Ethan Rosonke man the animal balloon booth at the annual New Hampton Elementary School Carnival.
There’s another elementary school carnival in the books with lots of happy kids to prove it.  The flood of smiling painted faces leaving the elementary school last Friday night was armed with balloon animals, candy bags, cakes, cookies, stuffed animals and more, and in their wake was a trail of...
The Coronavirus COVID-19 saga took another dramatic turn Sunday night when Gov. Kim Reynolds recommended all K-12 schools close for at least four weeks. And most school districts took Reynolds’ advice. New Hampton, Turkey Valley and Nashua-Plainfield all cancelled school on Monday while Sumner-...
Melting snow and kids and families hanging out at the Wooden Wonderland playground ... yep, spring definitely was in full bloom Sunday afternoon.
So that’s what spring in March feels like? Seriously, it’s been three years since we’ve had a March day quite like Sunday. Sure, it was windy, but it was also 64 degrees, and considering March 2019 and March 2018 had exactly zero days of 60-degree weather, a few gusts here and there weren’t all...

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