They waited. They waited some more. And then, well, they waited even longer.
New Hampton High School alum Nicole Mulford poses for a photo with the Big Ten women’s basketball tournament trophy.
Tip-off is still more than an hour away as Nicole Mulford talks to her mother and other members of “Team Mulford.” Suddenly, she looks at the time and says, “I have to go do something; I’ll be right back.”
Ruth Miller, 101, is happy to be where she is at this point in life.
Ask Terry Basol about what kind of year the ISU Extension agronomist believes area farmers deserve and he has a quick answer.
While teaching about the My Plate dietary guidelines, Linda Burgart once had students taste food samples before revealing what each was.
The first time is always the scariest.Before your mind jumps into the gutter, this story is about giving blood.
New Hampton High School alum Nicole Mulford poses for a photo with the Big Ten women’s basketball tournament trophy.

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They waited. They waited some more. And then, well, they waited even longer.But for four New Hampton High School individual speech competitors, the interminable wait paid off on Saturday afternoon when they found out they had made it to the biggest meet of the year.That’s when Will Throndson, Cody...
Ruth Miller, 101, is happy to be where she is at this point in life. The Kensington Place, New Hampton, resident said that while she realizes that she can’t do as much as she used to as a younger woman, she understands that is all just part of life.“I am happy to be here at Kensington,” she said. “...
Ask Terry Basol about what kind of year the ISU Extension agronomist believes area farmers deserve and he has a quick answer.“The guys have earned a nice, normal year,” he said. “After last year, which had to be one of the strangest, most challenging growing seasons I’ve ever seen, I think they...
While teaching about the My Plate dietary guidelines, Linda Burgart once had students taste food samples before revealing what each was.At the end of the session, Burgart, who teaches the Ag in the Classroom program for Chickasaw County Farm Bureau, instructed students to pass on what they learned....
The first time is always the scariest.Before your mind jumps into the gutter, this story is about giving blood.Every two seconds, someone in the United States needs blood, according to the American Red Cross website, which goes on to say blood is essential for surgeries, cancer treatment, chronic...
Weather and missed practice time could not discourage the talented Nashua-Plainfield Junior High Band, which overcame recent weather that impeded practice time to earn a “Superior” rating at the Northeast Iowa Bandmasters Association Large Group Contest in the Waverly Middle School Auditorium on...

 

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New Hampton High School senior Jenna Murray performs a solo during the annual Dance Showcase that was held Saturday evening and marked the final time six seniors performed with the dance team.
Emma Schwickerath made it through her fifth Dance Showcase Saturday night but not without a few — OK, maybe a lot — tears. “It’s always hard for me, especially because I know this is the last time the seniors will dance with us,” the New Hampton dance team coach said. “So before we go out with the...
New Hampton High School alum Nicole Mulford poses for a photo with the Big Ten women’s basketball tournament trophy.
Tip-off is still more than an hour away as Nicole Mulford talks to her mother and other members of “Team Mulford.” Suddenly, she looks at the time and says, “I have to go do something; I’ll be right back.” And off she goes — running up the ramp to the University of Iowa women’s basketball locker...
Even though it may not feel like it, spring officially begins tomorrow. After a rough winter, the New Hampton Golf and Country Club is working diligently to have the course ready as soon as possible. The head of the grounds committee at the golf course, Chuck Stanton, said golfers may have to wait...
Joshua Holschlag runs a leg of the 4x800 relay for New Hampton.
New Hampton boys track coach Scott Frerichs said his Chickasaws got exactly what they needed Tuesday night when they opened the season at the Wartburg Select Indoor. “It was good experience and it gave a lot of our new guys a taste of what varsity track is all about,” he said. “We found a lot we...

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