New Hampton’s Conner Gorman and Conner Rochford celebrate the Chickasaws’ extra-inning victory over Charles City.
With this being my last week at the New Hampton Tribune, I thought it would be a cool idea to list my top five favorite sporting events that I covered over the past 14 months.
A pair of employees paint the New Hampton Municipal Pool last week in order to prepare it for opening - which may or may not happen this summer due to COVID-19.
Patience is a virtue.
As Dollars for Scholars Committee member Raelene Maas announces scholarship winners during a Facebook Live event, her fellow committee members watch New Hampton High School’s unique Scholarship and Awards Night.
Michael Kennedy virtually stood before the members of the New Hampton High School Class of 2020, and took a moment to talk to them last Tuesday night.
Gov. Kim Reynolds announced a sweeping new round of “re-openings,” as movie theaters, zoos, aquariums, wedding reception venues will all allowed to reopen Friday.
New Hampton residents and sisters Vonnie Shannon (left) and Pat Weigel show off a couple of the masks they have sewn since the Coronavirus COVID-19 crisis began.
The handiwork of two New Hampton sisters can be found on the faces of folks both in New Hampton and elsewhere. And we mean like all over the country.
New Hampton High School graduate Savannah Anderson says she started her new business as way to alleviate the stress she faces in college.
Savannah Anderson, if she had to guess, worked on the video that lasts a mere 194 seconds for eight to 10 hours.
New Hampton’s Conner Gorman and Conner Rochford celebrate the Chickasaws’ extra-inning victory over Charles City.
A pair of employees paint the New Hampton Municipal Pool last week in order to prepare it for opening - which may or may not happen this summer due to COVID-19.
As Dollars for Scholars Committee member Raelene Maas announces scholarship winners during a Facebook Live event, her fellow committee members watch New Hampton High School’s unique Scholarship and Awards Night.
New Hampton residents and sisters Vonnie Shannon (left) and Pat Weigel show off a couple of the masks they have sewn since the Coronavirus COVID-19 crisis began.
New Hampton High School graduate Savannah Anderson says she started her new business as way to alleviate the stress she faces in college.

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A pair of employees paint the New Hampton Municipal Pool last week in order to prepare it for opening - which may or may not happen this summer due to COVID-19.
Patience is a virtue. On Wednesday, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds ordered public facilities - including swimming pools and playgrounds - to remain closed through May 27 due to COVID-19. This means the playgrounds in New Hampton and the New Hampton Municipal Pool will remain shut down until at least this...
As Dollars for Scholars Committee member Raelene Maas announces scholarship winners during a Facebook Live event, her fellow committee members watch New Hampton High School’s unique Scholarship and Awards Night.
Michael Kennedy virtually stood before the members of the New Hampton High School Class of 2020, and took a moment to talk to them last Tuesday night. And we’re hoping they listened and took the longtime New Hampton attorney’s advice and filed it away. In a typical year — OK, in any other year but...
Gov. Kim Reynolds announced a sweeping new round of “re-openings,” as movie theaters, zoos, aquariums, wedding reception venues will all allowed to reopen Friday. During her daily press conference on Wednesday, Reynodls said those businesses must follow social distancing guidelines and have...
New Hampton residents and sisters Vonnie Shannon (left) and Pat Weigel show off a couple of the masks they have sewn since the Coronavirus COVID-19 crisis began.
The handiwork of two New Hampton sisters can be found on the faces of folks both in New Hampton and elsewhere. And we mean like all over the country. And they’re doing it to remember one of the sisters’ grandsons, who passed away in January 2019. Since the middle of March, Vonnie Shannon and Pat...
New Hampton High School graduate Savannah Anderson says she started her new business as way to alleviate the stress she faces in college.
Savannah Anderson, if she had to guess, worked on the video that lasts a mere 194 seconds for eight to 10 hours. The New Hampton High School 2020 Graduation Preview may not be long, but boy oh boy, that 3 minutes and 14 seconds is, in a word, powerful. “I really wanted to do something special, and...
The Chickasaw County Courthouse will be closed to the public until at least June 3 and even when it reopens, it may be by by “appointment only.” The Board of Supervisors discussed the matter for more than 35 minutes on Monday morning and decided to hold off reopening the building for at least...

 

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New Hampton’s Conner Gorman and Conner Rochford celebrate the Chickasaws’ extra-inning victory over Charles City.
With this being my last week at the New Hampton Tribune, I thought it would be a cool idea to list my top five favorite sporting events that I covered over the past 14 months. Note that these are my opinions, and I am biased because I like some sports more than others.  With that being said, I am...
Carson Babcock was going to skip prom this spring for a chance to go to Fargo. For those who know nothing about wrestling, let’s face it: That’s an odd statement. Who skips prom to try to go to North Dakota’s largest city? For mat fans, Fargo though is the summer goal for wrestlers from around the...
New Hampton/Turkey Valley 182-pounder, Jacob Reicks, looks over at his coaches as he finishes off a pin in the Class 2A district tournament that was held in New Hampton this past February.
New Hampton/Turkey Valley wrestling coach Matt Paulus just doesn’t get it. All the coaches he knows want the Iowa High School Athletic Association to “fix” the state wrestling tournament schedule yet the IHSAA earlier this spring announced, at least for the next five years, the status quo will...
For many individuals, exercising has been put on the back-burner due to the Coronavirus impacting daily life. However, New Hampton Elementary physical education teacher Brian Schmitt believes exercise should still be a priority for people, especially his students during this time. “The importance...

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