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Carnegie Cultural Center Board Secretary Wally Murphy (top left) poses with the underwriters, Gerald Johnson (bottom left) and Roger and Jean Kolbet on Friday, the day a new book detailing historical “stuff” about Chickasaw County went on sale.
Juanita Andersen couldn’t help but laugh last Friday when she was told that the title of her new book — especially the first word — was … well so her. “You’re probably right,” she said of “STUFF: An Ephemera Collector’s History of Chickasaw County,” “because you know me and my stuff. But honestly,...
New Hampton property owners will see an increase in their property tax bills, after all, if the proposed budget that will have two public hearings next month is approved by the City Council. That’s because the City Council, after going into a closed session earlier this month, approved an emergency...
Because of HIPPA rules, the Tribune borrowed Dawson Monteith to show how Rachel Knecht and her fellow surgical nurses try to ease the fears of young children who are about to have surgery at MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center.
Glen Geerts’ “day” is almost complete as he talks with Audra Burgart just after 7 a.m. on a Wednesday morning at the med/surg nurse’s desk inside MercyOne New Hampton Medical Center. He’s going through the list of four patients who are currently in the hospital, giving Burgart and her fellow day...
Security State Bank is planning to return to New Hampton, although this is a different Security State Bank. The bank, based out of the small northwest Iowa town of Sutherland, announced it would open a branch office in New Hampton in the next 60 or so days that will be based at the site of an old...
Fidelity Bank and Trust’s two top executives say it’s business as usual at its New Hampton location, despite the loss of three of its lending officers. “We’re so impressed with the way our staff has rallied around each other,” Fidelity Chairman of the Board Jim Kennedy said Friday, when he and the...
An apparent burglary at New Hampton’s lone pharmacy closed the business last Monday as employees worked to sort out what was taken. Bennett Pharmacy was closed Monday after the store located at the intersection of New Hampton’s Main Street and North Chestnut Avenue was apparently burglarized on...
Stapleton Township Democrats discuss issues during their caucus that was held at the Lawler City Hall last Monday.
The caucuses themselves went just fine, and those who attended them touted Iowa’s importance in the presidential election race and the fact that this was grassroots politics at its best. “I think this is one of the things that make Iowa special,” said New Hampton resident Kevin Kennedy, who...
The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors accepted its 2018-19 audit but also unanimously voted to send copies of it to both the County Attorney’s Office and the Iowa Attorney General’s Office after several issues were reported. The audit was completed by Hacker, Nelson and Co., and although the...
We’re not sure who is more surprised — The Not So Newlywed contestant Chuck Stanton or the “show’s host,” Nick Noehl — as Marla Stanton holds up a correct answer given by her husband during the Rotary Club fundraiser.
New Hampton Rotary Club members weren’t quite sure what to expect last Thursday night. Oh, they knew they were hosting a game show, “The Not so Newlywed Game,” but because it was a first-time fundraiser, they wondered if it would draw a crowd and provide a fun night. There was no need to fret as...
Picture Girl Photography owner Erin McGee discusses the services she offers during the Wedding Extravaganza that was held in New Hampton Saturday.
Taking tuxedo orders wasn’t the main objective for Tim and Julie Denner Saturday; making contacts was. And in a sense, that’s what the annual Wedding Extravaganza is all about. “It’s really the exposure that we appreciate,” said Julie Denner, whose husband owns Mohawk Cleaners, a New Hampton...

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