Guttenberg Press

Wed
07
Oct

Two new providers join Cornerstone Family Practice


Anna Svennungsen, ARNP, left, and Tammi Noonan, DNP, at right, are the newest members of the team at Cornerstone Family Practice. (Press photo by Molly Moser)

By Molly Moser

Cornerstone Family Practice welcomed two new providers last month, rounding out their roster to four physicians and four nurse practitioners. Tammi Noonan, DNP, and Anna Svennungsen, ARNP, have begun seeing patients and are enjoying their new positions.

Wed
30
Sep

GermanFest homebrew winners announced

Ballots were cast by 77 GermanFest guests  who sampled nine different homebrews in a competition that featured entries from area home brewers.

The contest winner was Home Lite submitted by Dr. Andy Smith of Guttenberg and second place went to David Scott of Urbandale.

The Guttenberg Development & Tourism’s GermanFest committee coordinated publicity, and The Guttenberg Press generously covered news of the event.

Wed
30
Sep

Election information for Nov. 3 municipal elections

Clayton County voters will go to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 3, to choose city leaders. Polling and candidate information will appear in The Press in October. The County Auditor's website contains the following information about registration and absentee voting. 

Voter registration

Wed
30
Sep

Free courtyard concert series at Shepherd Gallery


Decorah musician Michelle Lynn performed a set of original songs at Shepherd Gallery on Sept. 18. The nonprofit gallery and art studio aspires to support local musicians and culinary artists as well as fine artists. (Press photo by Molly Moser)

By Molly Moser

School may be back in session, but imaginations are still in full swing at Shepherd Gallery and Creativity Center. After school art programming began on Sept. 14, and this fall, organizers are filling the courtyard with song. Community members are invited to enjoy locally produced music, food, and drink on Friday evenings from 6 – 8 p.m. throughout October and into November.

Wed
30
Sep

Bahlmann helps convict Iowa killer


Drew Bahlmann, a 2001 graduate of Guttenberg High School and son of Ron and Kay Bahlmann of Guttenberg, appeared on Dateline NBC on Sept. 11 during an episode documenting the murder of an Iowa man. Bahlmann is pictured at right with his wife, Autumn, and Dateline host Keith Morrison. (Photo submitted)

By Molly Moser

On May 8, 2014, David Moffitt snuck into the Grimes home of Justin Michael. Moffitt shot and killed Michael while he slept next to his fiancé, a woman named Angie Ver Huel who Moffitt had casually dated months prior. A twisting, turning trail of evidence eventually led to Guttenberg High School graduate Drew Bahlmann, who helped convict Moffitt at a trial held this summer. Bahlmann appeared on Dateline NBC in a Sept. 11 episode detailing the crime.

Wed
23
Sep

Norma J. Nelson

Norma Jean (Lamphier) Nelson, died on Sept. 18, 2015, at the Elkader Care Center.

Visitation was Tuesday, Sept. 22, at Leonard Funeral Home in Elkader and one hour before services at the church.

Funeral services were Wednesday, Sept. 23, at Norway Lutheran Church, rural St. Olaf.

Burial was at Norway Lutheran Cemetery, rural St. Olaf.

Wed
23
Sep

Christopher A. Pierce

Christopher A. "Chris" Pierce, 67, of North Liberty died Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015, at Mercy Hospital in Cedar Rapids.

Christopher Allen Pierce was born Feb. 17, 1948, in Guttenberg, the son of Maurice and June (Davis) Pierce. He graduated from Guttenberg High School in 1966 and later from the University of Dubuque with a B.A. degree in business. During the Vietnam War Chris served his country in the United States Navy. Chris married Kathy R. Sapp on Dec. 8, 1990, in Campbellsville, Ky.

Wed
23
Sep

New collection site for Goodwill Truck visit

Arrangements have been made for the Goodwill truck to visit Guttenberg following city-wide garage sales on Sept. 25-26.

Residents may leave usable donations at the Goodwill truck to be parked at a new location at the corner of Hwy. 52 and Schiller Street (north of Bender's Foods) from Friday, Sept. 25, to Saturday, Sept. 26. The truck will be open during daytime hours and closed at night to prevent vandalism.

Goodwill has released the following list of items they do NOT accept. Please note that televisions are not accepted; Goodwill has to pay to dispose of each TV left in their truck. 

Wed
23
Sep

Candidates file for city offices

By Shelia Tomkins

In municipal elections slated for Tuesday, Nov. 3, Guttenberg voters will go to the polls to fill two seats on the city council, two on the park board and three on the hospital board. 

City council: In an uncontested race, Austin Greve and Justin Trappe are running for two open seats on the city council. Incumbents Virginia Saeugling and Jane Parker, whose terms expire at the end of the year, did not file for re-election.

Wed
23
Sep

Guttenberg city council covers lengthy agenda

By Shelia Tomkins

The Guttenberg city council covered a lengthy agenda  at its monthly meeting on Sept. 14, held a week later than usual due to the Labor Day holiday.

Mayor Russ Loven led councilmembers Virginia Saeugling, Fred Schaub, Dave Schlueter, Jane Parker and Steve Friedlein through the evening's agenda. Also at the council table was City Manager Mary Willett; City Attorney Michael Schuster was absent.

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