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09/27/2016 - 3:20pm
School board seeking more equity from CAL district in shared contracts      Following the joint meeting between Hampton-Dumont and CAL school boards earlier this month, members of the H-D Board of Education felt that the meeting didn’t do much to address the concerns of the financial responsibilities of both boards.      Though CAL’s board voted...
09/06/2016 - 5:14pm
     With summer winding down, the Hampton Tree Board is working to get the city’s evergreens ready for winter. Volunteers wrapped protective fencing around the trees on Wednesday morning to discourage wandering deer from damaging the trees as they search for something to rub their antlers on.      And...
09/06/2016 - 5:13pm
City examining funding for repaving      Improvements to Harriman Park wrapped up last month, with the installment of a 66-foot zip line, thanks in part to fundraising efforts by the Kiwanis Club of Hampton.      The addition of the zip line concludes approximately a year-and-a-half of fundraising, planning...
09/01/2016 - 1:03pm
Street paving will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 7 and Thursday, Sept. 8, weather permitting, on Fifth and Eighth Streets Southwest. Drivers should avoid parking along those street on those days, said Jeff Moellers of Heartland Asphalt. Milling on those streets will take place Sept. 2, starting with Eighth St. SW and end by Tuesday.
08/30/2016 - 4:23pm
     Ethan Stoetzer has joined Mid-America Publishing as its new Community News Editor in Hampton.      Stoetzer, 22, of Mason City, is originally from Cherry Hill, New Jersey. He is a graduate of Rowan University with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism with a concentration in creative writing.    ...
08/30/2016 - 4:16pm
     A Mitchell County jury decided the fate of Ronald Lee Rand after a week-long trial in the 2015 death of Michelle Key.      Rand, 61, of Hampton was charged with first degree murder following the death of Key, 51, Waterloo on December 13, 2015.      After pleading not guilty to the charge...
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