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The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors is considering ways to make the county governing process more efficient while still maintaining transparency to the public. The supervisors listened to proposals on last Monday afternoon from human resources consultant Paul Greufe concerning changes to how...
Nashua-Plainfield School Board members wanted to give their superintendent a nice send-off; after all, they believe Randy Strabala has contributed a lot to the school district over the last 19 1/2 years. So on Friday evening at the Nashua Town and Country Club, board members hosted a retirement...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors voted Monday to freeze their own salaries for next year, then voted to increase the salaries of other county elected officials by a much smaller margin than what had been recommended by the Chickasaw County Compensation Board. The supervisors’ salaries will...
A Nashua man is pleading not guilty to three separate counts of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor. William M. Dooly, age 38, filed a not-guilty plea in Chickasaw County Court on Monday, Dec. 11.  Charges were filed on Nov. 16 against Dooly, and he was subsequently arrested by Chickasaw County...
New Hampton Light Plant General Manager Brian Quirk knows that a mid-day, if you will, power outage is the worse possible scenario for the utility’s customers. That’s why he feels he owes an explanation for Monday’s short power outage that left parts of New Hampton dark for more than a half hour....
New Hampton Parks and Recreation Director Rick Kramer was wondering if the line was ever going to “go down” during Breakfast with Santa Saturday morning. It didn’t; in fact, Santa had to work a little overtime as almost 400 people attended the annual event that his department and the New Hampton...
They waved to the crowd — OK, to mom and dad. They sang. They played instruments. They danced. They clapped. And some of then even applauded themselves. Then again, all of the above is what makes concert season so special, and on Monday night, New Hampton Elementary students — be it with their...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors was invaded by librarians at the weekly meeting on Monday. The librarians, from libraries throughout the county, didn’t tell the supervisors to “hush,” but they did make their case for library funding for fiscal year 2018-19. “We’ve done some cool things...
One person has been arrested after a Fredericksburg man was struck by a vehicle driven by another Fredericksburg man following an argument outside his home over on Sunday. Chickasaw County sheriff’s deputies arrested 18-year-old McKayle Anthonee Mashek, of 112 Oak St. in Fredericksburg, for serious...
The New Hampton City Council received a quick lesson in constitutional law, as it applies to local ordinances, at its meeting on Monday. New Hampton City Attorney Kevin Kennedy informed the board that the Iowa State Legislature has amended a law that directly impacts the violation of local...

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