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State Sen. Waylon Brown, R-St. Ansgar, listens as his House counterpart, State Rep. Todd Prichard, D-Charles City, makes a point during a legislative forum hosted by the Chickasaw Farm Bureau Saturday morning.
They may be from different parties and serve in different chambers, but State Sen. Waylon Brown, R-St. Ansgar, and State Rep. Todd Prichard, D-Charles City, agreed on a number of issues during the first Chickasaw County Farm Bureau legislative forum that was held Saturday in New Hampton. Both...
New Hampton Ward 3 Democrats caucus on Monday night.
The winner of the Iowa caucuses remains up in the air as the latest results released by the Iowa Democratic Party show that Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is closing the gap on South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg. With 96 percent of the precincts reporting, Buttigieg had 26.2 percent of the...
Bennett Pharmacy was closed Monday after the store located at the intersection of New Hampton's Main Street and North Chestnut Street was apparently burglarized on Sunday night. New Hampton Police Chief Zach Nosbisch said police were investigating the crime, which occurred around 9:30 p.m. Sunday...
St. Joseph Community School student Mason Phillips blows a bubble that 3-4 grade teacher Dawn Heying measures during an activity that was part of National Catholic Schools Week.
You know that adage about the third time is the charm? Well, it’s actually a lie, at least when it comes to National Catholic Schools Week because the reality is this: It took seven years for St. Joseph Community School Principal Christina Carlton to experience a full National Catholic Schools Week...
EJ Runice and Shelby Hites met on “Plenty of Fish,” an online dating site.
After she agrees to marry the man of her dreams, then comes the photographers, caterers, dresses, flowers and many more details the bride-to-be has been planning since she was a little girl. This is true for Shelby Hites who actually had a Pinterest board for her perfect wedding day before she even...
Workers from Jerry Tank Masonry work Friday on repairing and remodeling the old Dollar General building in downtown New Hampton, which will soon serve as the headquarters for the city’s new telecommunications system.
Save for the yellow trim on the outside, it doesn’t look much like a Dollar General store. And when you walk inside the downtown building that was once home to the retailer before it moved to its current location on the northern side of the city, it really doesn’t look like a store anymore. Gone...
Weddings are events that change with the times. Yes, the sentiments are still the same and by the end, two people are still sealed in matrimony, but with each generation comes new trends and fresh vision for how exactly their “perfect” wedding should look.  The Tribune caught up with the students...
New Hampton High School students Luca Moody and Natalie Marr are in the middle of a serious conversation as they perform a scene from “The First Time Club,” a varsity ensemble acting piece.
New Hampton had itself a day — and then some — at Saturday’s large-group district speech meet in Decorah. How good? Well, a year ago, New Hampton qualified three events for the state contest; this year, it will send eight events to the Feb. 7 state contest that will be held at Dubuque Senior High...
Mohawk Cleaners’ Julie and Tim Denner have been Extravaganza staples since the annual event began in 2010.
Go back in time to 2010 when Heather Maurer was first preparing for the Wedding Extravaganza. Back then, she was Heather Glaser, and she and Rapid Printer owner Brad Schwickerath had decided that New Hampton needed to revive its annual wedding show. For years, New Hampton businesses had held their...
The way the calendar falls and a state law that doesn’t allow school years to start before Aug. 23 has led to some creative ideas for the 2020-21 school calendar in New Hampton. Superintendent Jay Jurrens shared some ideas with School Board members last week, and one of the ideas is to start the...

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