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Some very visible “sundogs” flanked the sun Wednesday after dawn, providing a natural light show for anyone in northeast Iowa who took a moment to glance at the eastern sky. The phenomena has happened a few times over the last week, accompanying the bitter cold and clear sky. A sundog, also known...
Zachary Koehn has been granted a continuance in his murder trial. The Alta Vista man is accused of killing his infant son last August.  He had been scheduled to go on trial Wednesday on charges of first-degree murder and child endangerment causing death. On Tuesday, Judge Richard Stochl granted a...
The New Hampton Tribune and Nashua Reporter are now under the same management as the Charles City Press. Enterprise Media Inc., owned by Christopher and Kristin Hall of Charles City, is assuming all operations of the two Chickasaw County publications and the Advertiser, Christopher Hall said. “The...
Many New Year’s resolutions are made each January, but few are kept. According to one commonly-cited statistic, only about eight percent of people who make New Year’s resolutions actually keep their resolutions. That’s a 92 percent failure rate, and that’s not good. Yet, people still make them,...
Looking for a late Christmas present for someone in your life who loves gaming, history or both? You could do worse than the game “1750: Britain vs. France.” It’s a two-player card-based strategy contest, using both dice and cards to fight for control of the board. One player plays as Britain and...
Dr. Lucas Brinkman at the Fredericksburg Family Health Clinic wants to make it clear that he has no issues with Mercy Medical Center in New Hampton, he isn't going anywhere, and it will be business as usual for his patients. "There is no issue between me and Mercy Medical, and there never has been...
No one is above the law, but when your name is Santa Claus, sometimes you get a break. A Chickasaw County Deputy issued a written warning to the jolly old elf early Monday morning — on Christmas Eve — for speeding. The complaint, which was made public on the Chickasaw County Sheriff’s Facebook Page...
For about 40 years, people in the New Hampton area were able to chop down their own Christmas trees at Pine Acres Tree Farm, just east of town. All that changed after 2010, thanks to snow, ice, and a hungry herd of deer. “We’d always had deer damage, it’s part of the business, but that was way...
New Hampton Elementary School will lose a wealth of experience next school year after the School Board accepted five early retirement requests during its regular meeting on Monday. The teachers who will accept the retirement incentives are kindergarten teacher Lynn Ries, first-grade instructor Kim...
The young woman furrowed her brow and rubbed her eyes. Her fingers then straightened her long black hair. Everything in the store she had looked at that was any good cost just a little too much, and everything that was within her price range just wasn’t quite good enough. She needed a perfect...

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