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Mercy New Hampton

Inches Away gets off to a great start

Inches Away gets off to a great start

New Hampton, IA – The Inches Away program at Mercy Medical Center in New Hampton kicked off on a tremendous note with 60 people coming to the first meeting last Wed which was more participants than they could have hoped for.  Jenny Monteith says if you missed the first night you can still join: The

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County seeking female veterans to serve 

Charles City, IA – Floyd County is seeking to fill 2 positions on the Veterans affairs board and supervisor chairman Roy Schwickerath explains that they need make every effort to insure that the commission is gender balanced if possible: In addition to being a Veteran there are a few minor requirements to serve on the

Dave Jacobson

County Assistance for Veterans 

NEW HAMPTON, IA – Dave Jacobson is proud to be a Veteran and very proud of the work he does today for his fellow veterans. Jacobson is the Veteran Affairs Director for Chickasaw County feels honored in being able to do that job: Jacobson believes one of the most important things is getting the word

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Floyd Co Welcomes New EMC

Charles City, IA – Floyd County welcomes Phillip Parcher as the new Emergency Management Coordinator. Parcher comes to the job with a strong background in local emergency service, having served as a Floyd Co reserve officer, a firefighter with Marble Rock Fire dept and a Training officer for Mercy Medical Center in Mason City and he

Richard Hilling

Giving thanks to a Veteran 

Charles City, IA – Christopher Anthony enjoys working with the public but had a rare treat recently when he was waiting on an elderly couple who came in for a new plant. Anthony works at Otto’s Oasis in Charles City and was helping them pick out a house plant when the older guy mentioned that

Jay Jurrens NH HS Super

NH High School has New Tech Tools

NEW HAMPTON, IA – New Hampton High School is using some new technology this year. Jay Jurrens is the superintendant at New Hampton and says it’s been a really exciting year so far: Another change this year is designed to allow the faculty more flexibility in scheduling, but will generally not be noticed by students