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Wed
21
Oct

Jupiter Ridge Farm: Ethically sustainable, naturally


Jupiter Ridge Farm, located at 35217 Jupiter Road, Garber, cultivates over 50 varieties of sustainably grown vegetables and herbs, including gourmet mushrooms such as shiitakes, lion's mane, and oyster mushrooms. (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker

Sustainable farming meets society's present food and textile needs, without compromising the ability for current or future generations to continue utilizing the land responsibly. Agriculture has an enormous environmental footprint, and plays a significant role in causing climate change, water scarcity, land degradation, and deforestation. Sustainable farming practices provide a potential solution to enable agricultural systems to feed a growing population. 

Wed
21
Oct

Family Friendly Entertainment for Charities


A senior golf outing is set to take place Oct. 24 or 25 at Guttenberg Golf & Country Club located at 28126 Highway 52. Weather considerations will finalize the date closer to the event. (Press photo by Melissa Spielbauer-Combs)

By Caroline Rosacker

An anonymous group of individuals with a desire to promote healthy lifestyles for everyone, especially senior citizens, has organized a special golf outing that will include a charitable $1,000 prize give-away. 

Wed
21
Oct

Council hears updates on major projects

By Shelia Tomkins

The Guttenberg city council heard an engineer's update on several major city projects when it met in regular session on Monday, Oct. 12.

Mayor  Pro-Tem Virginia Saeugling led council members through the evening's agenda in the absence of Mayor Bill Frommelt. On hand were councilors Austin Greve, Fred Schaub, Mick Pierce and Jane Parker. Also at the table were City Manager Denise Schneider and City Attorney Michael Schuster.

Wed
14
Oct

New Chamber director


Brandie Tomkins

The Guttenberg Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the appointment of Brandie Tomkins as the Executive Director.

“I am excited to start my new position as Chamber Director, and I am looking forward to getting more involved with the community and everything it has to offer,” said Tomkins. 

Wed
14
Oct

Tangeman reflects on five-generation legacy


Bill Tangeman, fifth generation bank executive, has retired after 40 years of employment. His family legacy includes providing banking services to loyal customers for 120 years. (Press photo by Caroline Rosacker)

By Caroline Rosacker 

Multi-generational family businesses usually feature a first generation entrepreneur whose vision succeeds well beyond their wildest dreams. The following generations grow up viewing their achievements with huge expectations and a strong desire to maintain and enhance the success of the original business model. 

Wed
14
Oct

Need help? Local resources for hard times


Two trucks from Northeast Iowa Food Bank delivered food and grocery supplies to Guttenberg earlier this spring. St. John's Lutheran Church hosts the mobile food pantry on the third Monday of each month from 5 - 6:30 p.m. The event is currently drive-thru only with volunteers loading food directly into clients' vehicles. (Press photo by Shelia Tomkins)

By Caroline Rosacker

The coronavirus has caused a tremendous amount of global hardship. Most obvious is the ever-climbing number of deaths caused by this complicated, baffling pathogen. The number of positive cases, hospitalizations, those recovered and individuals who have lost their lives are reported on a daily basis. Statistics that show an increase in addiction, mental illness, domestic abuse, food insecurity, job and home loss, and declining educational opportunities for at-risk school-age children are equally important, but the focus remains on the infection and death rate. 

Wed
07
Oct

Ingleside Club seeks donations for project


A group of ambitious gardeners work to prep the Triangle Park area for upcoming improvements. Ingleside Club members from left Dorothy Tangeman, Julie Parker, Helene Kuempel, Katherine Brown, Joanne Finch, and Joan Good excavated plants to save for later placement. The City crew removed the sod and Ingleside Club will replace it with mulch to create a labor saving, sustainable foundation. (Press photo by Caroline Rosacker)

By Caroline Rosacker

Ingleside Club of Guttenberg is a local women’s organization dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service. 

Ingleside Club history

Wed
07
Oct

Old "salts" navigate the Mississippi River


Longtime friends and former high school classmates, from left, Norm Kulow and Arlen "Doc" Zierck of Hubbard, have embarked on a journey down the Mississippi River. Captain Kulow and first mate Zierck are both retired and in their 80's. They are navigating a 32-foot Coronado sail boat named "Music." (Press photo by Caroline Rosacker)

By Caroline Rosacker

Longtime friends and former high school classmates Norm Kulow and Arlen "Doc" Zierck, of Hubbard have embarked on a journey down the Mississippi River. Captain Kulow and first mate Zierck are both retired and in their 80's. They are navigating a 32-foot Coronado sailboat named "Music." 

Wed
07
Oct

Community Vitality team announces goals

The City of Guttenberg has been evaluating strategies to develop and support businesses, encourage entrepreneurs, increase the tax base, and attract and retain young families. 

Earlier this year, a Community Vitality Advisory Team made up of representatives from the City of Guttenberg, the Guttenberg Chamber, the Guttenberg Economic & Industrial Development Corporation, the Guttenberg Municipal Hospital, and the Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque, was formed. Based on input from additional community leaders, they have set the following goals to support their strategies in the coming year. 

Wed
30
Sep

Historic structure receives facelift after fire


A historic limestone apartment complex owned by Carl Pensel has seen recent interior and exterior renovations following a destructive fire. (Press photo by Caroline Rosacker)

By Caroline Rosacker

A tragic fire in an apartment complex owned by Carl Pensel has opened the door to an interior and exterior building restoration and a flood of pleasant memories.

1022 Bluff Street

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