Ethan Stoetzer

11/28/2017 - 5:03pm
First Bank Hampton filed a petition in the Franklin County District Court on Nov. 16, demanding payment on three promissory note counts and one equipment loan in the name of Roger, Kaye and Travis Peters, according to Iowa Court documents, totaling over $220,000 in accrued debt. This past June, Roger and Kaye Peters, Hampton, were found liable to pay $3.45 million to the Exchange Bank of Missouri...
11/22/2017 - 12:24am
The Hampton-Dumont Board of Education will discuss the finer details of an early retirement plan for qualifying teachers in the district, after the board heard the positions of teachers who would consider taking the plan. Superintendent Todd Lettow was approached by four teachers prior to the board’s Tuesday night meeting on Nov. 15 about...
11/22/2017 - 12:22am
The Hampton City Council approved its employee insurance plan for the 2018 calendar year with an insurance premium increase of 11.91 percent. According to the city’s Wellmark agent, the city’s rates technically went up approximately eight percent, but an Affordable Care Act (ACA) fee of 3.5 percent was instituted this year on premiums...
11/22/2017 - 12:21am
The CAL Board of Education heard a proposal to set up a “sick bank” for teachers to use in the event that his or her personal and sick time was maxed out, and time off was needed in an emergency. The board was presented a proposal to set up such a system that would allow the teachers at CAL to contribute their own accrued time off into...
11/22/2017 - 12:20am
Newsplaining Column: As the time expires on my time at the Hampton Chronicle and Mid America Publishing, I’ve been thinking of how to say goodbye. I’m leaving my position as community news editor for the Hampton Chronicle, and moonlight writer for the Sheffield Press and Pioneer Enterprise. My last day was Friday, so as you read this,...
11/14/2017 - 10:39pm
“Vintage and made wears for homes — that’s the P.C. version,” said co-owner Jennifer Hobson. But really, First and Second Vintage is about much more than home décor and repurposed antiques. For these three ladies, Hobson, Teresa Fox and Jerre Grefe — owners of the newest member to the Hampton downtown community...
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