Thursday October 08, 2015
08/11/2015 - 9:19pm
A $1.4 million makeover at North Side Elementary is nearing the finish line as the new school year approaches.
“Right now, we’re about a week ahead of schedule,” said Hampton-Dumont Superintendent Todd Lettow. “That’s a pretty good feeling.”
08/11/2015 - 9:15pm
You’ll have to forgive local Kiwanis Club members if they seemed a little giddy last week.
The group wrapped up the final leg of its Harriman Playground Park for Youth (HAPPY) campaign with a community build project Aug. 6-8. Around 60 volunteers converged on Harriman Park to install colorful new playground equipment...
08/04/2015 - 8:06pm
A mix of old faces and new blood will greet local voters when they head to the polls for the Sept. 8 school board election.
Only one competitive race will grace this year’s ballot at Hampton-Dumont. Incumbent board member Stacy Miller will face off against challenger Jenni Swart in the Dumont Director District....
08/04/2015 - 8:04pm
Progress at Hampton’s new multi-million dollar sewage treatment plant hit its stride recently thanks to favorable construction conditions.
“So far I’m more pleased with this project than I have been with any other project I’ve been a part of here,” said Public Works Director Doug Tarr.
08/04/2015 - 8:02pm
A “bewildering” achievement
A lifetime of dedicated community service has paid off in a big way for Coulter’s Dennis Carlson.
The local volunteer and former conservation director will serve as Iowan of the Day on Aug. 18 at the Iowa State Fair. The award honors...