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New Hampton Family Featured On Family Feud

New Hampton Family Featured On Family Feud

New Hampton, Iowa – One day last summer, Lisa Reicks of New Hampton got a call from her daughter, Sarah, asking if she wanted to come up for the weekend, which she does on occasion. This time around, it was to try out for a game show. Reicks daughter Sarah Soriano, who now lives in

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PARTISANSHIP IN VOTING  AND VOTING TRENDS 

DES MOINES, IA – DATA FROM THE IOWA SECRETARY OF STATE SHOWS THAT 37 PERCENT OF IOWANS WHO VOTED IN LAST NOVEMBER’S GENERAL ELECTION VOTED A STRAIGHT-PARTY TICKET. LORAS COLLEGE POLITICAL SCIENCE PROFESSOR CHRISTOPHER BUDZISZ (BUD-SIS) SAYS IT HELPS FEED A VOTER’S NEED FOR INFORMATION ABOUT CANDIDATES. IOWA IS ONE OF ONLY A DOZEN STATES

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IACEC Legislative Day

Des Moines, IA – The Iowa Association of County Extension Councils has planned their annual Legislative Day for Wednesday, February 25 at 9:30 am. The goal is to have at least three council members and extension supporters from each of our member counties this year. For details: http://www.iacec.info/inside-iacecgovernment-relations . IACEC will reimburse drivers $50 for

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FFA Offers Great Opportunities

New Hampton, IA – February 21 thru the 28th is National FFA Week and no one is more excited about FFA and the opportunities it has to offer than Michael Tupper. Tupper is a 2014 graduate of New Hampton and serving as the Northeast State Vice President of the Iowa FFA Association and he talks

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Farm Rescue Now Taking Applications 

Des Moines, IA – Farm Rescue started helping family farmers in North Dakota in 2005 and since then, their territory has grown significantly along with the requests for assistance. Farm Rescue now has support from several major corporations as well as many others and  operates with only 4 full time staff and many volunteers. Dennis

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Annual Bowling Fundraiser is Coming Soon 

Charles City, IA – The numbers are changing and growing when it comes to incidences of Type 1 diabetes, which is commonly referred to as “childhood diabetes” because, for the most part, it is a disease that strikes in childhood. Each year HyVee makes a commitment to help end this tragic disease by supporting the

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