Ethan Stoetzer

05/23/2017 - 4:16pm
     The Hampton 2017 HMA Mill and Overlay project will begin on June 20, and last just about a week — weather depending — ending on June 27.      Public Works Director Doug Tarr said at an informational meeting to community residents on May 18, that the nearly 17-block project will be the second largest roads project in 12 years; the last was the...
05/23/2017 - 4:14pm
     La Luz Hispana will feature a new face this summer. Aimee Lenth, of Luana, Iowa, has joined the service as the program coordinator.      Lenth, 25, has previously worked in Minneapolis, Minn., where she spent the last three years helping refugee individuals and families adjust to life in the U.S. She has...
05/23/2017 - 4:13pm
     When the Hampton Public Library found its permanent home on the corner of 4 S Federal St., Hampton, on Oct. 6, 1905, the project cost nearly $17,000, and was “way” over budget, by early 20th century standards.      When the Hampton Public Library was renovated to include a back patio, a rear,...
05/23/2017 - 4:11pm
Latham Hi-Tech seeds suffers damage       A period of stormy conditions blew across Franklin County last week, bringing hail, torrential downpours and straight-line winds of over 75 miles per hour.      One of these storms, on Tuesday, May 16, hit Latham Hi-tech Seeds, Alexander, tearing down one, 25,...
05/23/2017 - 3:51pm
Conserve through impeachment       Since the modern conservative movement in American politics began in the mid-1930s, conservatives have had to ask themselves. What is it that we, as Americans, wish to keep whole and true?      What is it that you seek to conserve?      In the 1930s...
05/16/2017 - 5:29pm
     The CAL High School Class of 2017 celebrated 13 years of learning this past Mother’s Day, earning their diplomas and prepared to write a new chapter in life after CAL.      A total of 13 students walked in graduation, presented by District Administrator Steve Lane and conferred by Board of Education...
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