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Wed
21
Oct

Clayton Ridge School Board swears in new members, appoints president

The final meeting of the retiring Clayton Ridge school board was called to order at 7 p.m. on Oct. 1 by board secretary Mary Seifert due to the absences of President Kathy Ihde and Vice-President Janice Andregg. Members in attendance were John Heying, Mike Finnegan, Christine Aulwes, Jason Reimer and Jeff Hoffmann.  

Wed
21
Oct

Five candidates run for three seats on Guttenberg Municipal Hospital board

Janice Andregg

1. Why are you running for hospital board? I grew up in this area and have seen our hospital grow from a hospital, with a few rooms in a residence on River Park Drive, to the wonderful, strong, modern facility it is today. I want to work to make sure our hospital is here for future generations.

2. What do you see as the most important issues to address as a member of the board?

Wed
14
Oct

Candidates vie for Guttenberg municipal offices

By Molly Moser

Two candidates have filed for two open positions on the Guttenberg City Council, and two candidates are seeking two seats on the Guttenberg Park Board. Interviews with those candidates follow; interviews with hospital board candidates will appear in next week's issue of The Press. 

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City Council

Wed
14
Oct

GD&T plans Halloween festivities for all


Three generations celebrating Ghouls' Night Out last year were, from left, Darcy Cline, Jessica Cline, and Karen Torrey. Ghouls' and Goblins' Night Out will be held Thursday, Oct. 22, from 5-7 p.m. (Press photo by Molly Moser)

By Molly Moser

The fifth annual community-wide Ghouls' Night Out event has been modified this year to include goblins as well as ghouls,  and a new event known as Trunk-or-Treat - the latest twist on Oct. 31 door-to-door candy gathering.

Ghouls' and Goblins' Night Out: "Ghouls' and Goblins' Night out is just around the corner," said GD&T director Emily Moser, who’s been helping organize the event. “We’re looking forward to having everybody come out – and hopefully in costume!” 

Wed
14
Oct

City awards $243,000 contract for RPD water main project

By Shelia Tomkins

The Guttenberg city council met in regular session on Monday, Oct. 5. Mayor Russ Loven led councilmembers Virginia Saeugling, Fred Schaub, Dave Schlueter, Jane Parker and Steve Friedlein through the evening's agenda. City Manager Mary Willett and City Attorney Michael Schuster were also present at the council table.

River Park Drive water project

Wed
07
Oct

Low income energy assistance

Northeast Iowa Community Action Corporation (NEICAC) Family Service Offices began taking applications for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) on Oct. 1.

If your household applied for LIHEAP in the 2014-2015 LIHEAP program year, your applications can also be done online at: http://www.neicac.org/energy.html.

Clayton County residents may apply at the Clayton County Office Building, 600 Gunder Road NE, Elkader, phone (563) 245-2452.

Wed
07
Oct

Drill team supper

The Clayton Ridge Drill Team and their parents will hold the annual baked potato and chili supper on Saturday, Oct. 10, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. in the multi-purpose (lunchroom) of the elementary building in Guttenberg.

Baked potatoes with many toppings, chili, homemade bars, coffee and lemonade will be served.

Cost is $6, and tickets can be purchased from any CR Drill Team member and purchased at the door. Carry-outs will be available.

Wed
07
Oct

Honey Princess at Plagman Barn


Two girls watch in amazement as bees work at cleaning, nursing babies, guarding the hive, and repairing wax in this portion of a hive on display at Plagman Barn. Only a third of the bees in any hive are promoted to foraging for pollen; the rest keep busy inside the hive. (Press photo by Molly Moser)

By Molly Moser

What’s antimicrobial, antibiotic, antiseptic, antifungal, antiviral, created by insects and consumed by humans? Honey. “We need the bees,” national honey princess Hayden Wolf told onlookers at Plagman Barn Show Days. “They pollinate about one-third of the food we eat.”

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.

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