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School let out on Friday. On Monday, educators at the officially closed Plainfield Intermediate School, which hosted grades five and six, continued packing their supplies and classroom staples to ship to Nashua, where they will be based next year.Come fall, pre-kindergarten through fifth grade will...
Helen Hartmann has been attending the American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Chickasaw County since the 1980s, which basically means she’s been there from the beginning; after all Relay for Life started in 1986.“I said I was doing this when they had it out at the football field,” she said. “I...
A little before 3 p.m. on Monday, Suzy Turner’s classroom was hopping.A group working on a National History Day website huddled in one corner of the room. Tanner Striegel rehearsed his performance, and in another corner of the room, Morgan Kapping meticulously put together her exhibit board.And...
The nerves will still be there Saturday, but they won’t come close to what Lacey Carolan experienced a year ago on the day The Extreme Bull Riding Tour came to New Hampton.“Oh my gosh, I was a wreck,” she said with a laugh. “You put so much time into something and then you just sit there and wait...
The Alta Vista Days Parade makes its way past the city’s Veterans Memorial Saturday morning, officially kicking off our unofficial “Festival Month” here in Chickasaw County. Alta Vista’s celebration, which came to an end on Sunday, will be followed by New Hampton’s Heartland Days this weekend,...
ATEK Metal Technologies, a leading permanent mold foundry, is expanding its plant and technical capabilities to keep up with growing demand. ATEK ships thousands of aluminum castings each day and has recently completed a significant expansion of its metal casting, heat treatment and finished...
From all outward appearances, New Hampton Parks and Recreation Director Rick Kramer appeared calm last Thursday night when the workers started up the pumping system motor at the New Hampton Municipal Pool.On the inside, however?“I was a little bit of a nervous wreck,” he said. “I said a few prayers...
Jason Speltz’s annual 10-day “weather watch” began last week and that can mean only one thing: Heartland Days is nearing.“I know there’s not a dang thing I can do about it,” the New Horizons-Chamber director said, “but I can’t help myself. We’re so weather dependent, and just once, I’d like to see...
The 22 counties that make up the mental health and disability services region called County Social Services will be allowed to realign.An appropriations bill to that effect, which Board of Supervisors Chairman Jacob Hackman discussed with the board May 29, was signed into law by Gov. Kim Reynolds...
There’s a new face in grain marketing at the Five Star Cooperative. Dustin Watt originates and markets grain for Five-Star, with an office in the location north of New Hampton, where he began in February.He’s no stranger to farming.— For more on this story, see the June 1 New Hampton Tribune.

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