Ryan Harvey

06/21/2016 - 4:37pm
    Sharing staff contracts and summer projects took up the bulk of the time for the Hampton-Dumont Community School Board of Directors at its regular meeting on Monday evening, June 20.     After approving the existing contracts with CAL, with the exception of the maintenance director, the board turned its attention to future sharing possibilities.    ...
06/21/2016 - 4:31pm
    If all goes well, Fort Dodge based NEW Cooperative will be turning ground on a new feed mill at its rural Rowan facility.     The mill, which would be located south of its current facility, would create 18 new jobs for the company.     “They are preparing to make an investment of up to $25 million...
06/21/2016 - 4:22pm
After tearing off the veneer brick at the Hampton Public Library last week, workers from Adams Construction and Concrete began removing portions of the structural brick on Monday. Once removed, the team will begin rebuilding the curved portion of the wall in the near future. RYAN HARVEY/ HAMPTON CHRONICLE
12/22/2015 - 4:33pm
     From time to time as Christmas approaches, I love to pull out one of my sons’ board books and read it to them. The book, written by Joseph Slate entitled “Who is Coming To Our House,” gives a glimpse of what happened in the barn more than  2,000 years ago.      “Who is coming to...
05/13/2014 - 12:25pm
  Letters are a public forum; opinions on both sides need to be expressed        Over the past week, there’s been a bit of a firestorm on social media with regards to a letter to the editor published in the May 7 Hampton Chronicle.      We believe the letter was written to...
01/28/2014 - 4:02pm
Closed negotiations set to begin in February The Hampton-Dumont Community School District presented its counter proposal to the Hampton-Dumont Education Association in an early morning special session on Monday. The board, which heard a 6.04 percent initial offer from the HDEA, countered with a 3 percent increase to the staff as an initial...
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