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NH High School has New Tech Tools

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

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Still time to sign up for Winter Fitness Classes

New Hampton, IA – A variety of winter classes are getting underway the Chickasaw Wellness Complex and Emily Kleiss says   there are still some classes with openings and you can actually try a class out before you commit: For information on any Chickasaw Wellness Complex class or program call 394-5433 or surf to

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Farm safety is serious business in Iowa

Charles City, Ia – Iowa leads the nation in production of corn, soybeans, eggs, and hogs. But agriculture is a tough business, and at times, deadly. Farm deaths account for more fatalities each year than any other iowa job sector. Kelley Donham, of the university of iowa center for agricultural safety and health says that

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New Location for Floyd Co Veterans Day Program

Charles City, IA – Floyd County area veterans will be honored next week with the annual Veterans Day celebration but this year they are changing it up. Veteran Art White is very excited about the changes being made that are aimed at getting more young people involved in the observance of Veterans Day: The program

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Chickasaw Co gets a new Supervisor

New Hampton, IA – In the contested Board of Supervisor Race in Chickasaw County, Supervisor Jason Byrne lost his seat for District 5 to Dan Carolan. Carolan received 576 votes and Byrne received 529. The Nora Springs Public Measure A Passed with 312 yes votes or 61.3%  and 197 No votes which was 38.7%

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Election Workers put in LONG hours

Charles City, IA – The Auditors office was a busy place yesterday with some people, like Michael Hammond who had no stake in the results but was  just enjoying being there to watch the excitement: Some of the most important people on election day are the folks who run the voting locations. One of the