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Wed
19
Aug

Project updates, boat trailers, waste contract on council agenda

By Shelia Tomkins

The Guttenberg city council heard an engineer's update on current projects,  listened to objections regarding a proposed boat trailer parking ordinance change, and approved a new contract with the city's current waste hauler, Kluesner Sanitation.

Wed
12
Aug

Freedom Rock nears completion


The Freedom Rock Committee was gifted with a welcome surprise in June. Devere Clinton and his five brothers construction crew from Communia donated a gazebo/roof over the Freedom Rock. Dick Eilers (front) assisted the crew. (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker

In the fall of 2015, area veteran Stan Blair of Guttenberg approached patriotic mural artist Ray "Bubba" Sorensen of Greenfield about the placement of a Freedom Rock® in Clayton County. 

Wed
12
Aug

Croatian Naive artist shares technique


Marsha Palmer, Croatian Naive artist of Guttenberg, spent extended periods of time living and studying in Hlebine, under the direction of Mr. Branko Matina. The above painting was awarded "Best in Show" at the Ike Parker Art Show in Clinton. (Press photo by Caroline Rosacker)

By Caroline Rosacker

The small village of Hlebine, situated in the northern part of Croatia, is often referred to as the cradle of Naive Art. The distinctive style of painting is one of the most unique attractions Croatia has to offer. The artist community is home to the Hlebine School of Naive Art and Hlebine Naive Art Gallery. 

Wed
05
Aug

“The Me I want to Be" offers mental health therapy services


Diane Baumgartner, a Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW) and Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist (Individual), opened her new business in Guttenberg on July 6. She will offer mental health therapy services via Telehealth until further notice. (Press photo by Caroline Rosacker)

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The Me I want to Be, LLC, is located in the former Juanita’s Folly location at 3 Goethe Street, Guttenberg. Diane Baumgartner, a Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW) and Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist (Individual) opened her new business on July 6, 2020. She will be offering mental health therapy services via Telehealth until further notice. Eventually she plans to see clients in her office. 

Education/Training

Wed
05
Aug

Paddling to Persevere


Four paddlers making their way down the Mississippi River raising money and awareness for the non-profit organization Courage Incorporated, stopped in Guttenberg on July 5. From left are Marcie, Nate and Christina Denofre, and Don and Don Sr. Jokinen. (Press photo by Caroline Rosacker)

By Caroline Rosacker

Paddling to Persevere is a two-fold Mississippi River journey. It is dedicated to raising awareness for Courage Incorporated, a 501c3 non-profit organization focused on helping individuals and veterans with physical disabilities participate in free outdoor wilderness-based adventures. 

Wed
05
Aug

Celebrate Guttenberg Friday and Saturday

By Shelia Tomkins

Guttenberg's annual Celebrate Guttenberg promotion is set to take place this Friday and Saturday, Aug. 7 and Aug. 8. Due to the pandemic, the number of events has been scaled back from previous years by the Guttenberg Chamber of Commerce.

Wed
29
Jul

Mr. Rogers, barber/stylist, retires


Mr. Rogers, renowned barber and hairstylist, has officially retired. Due to COVID-19 restrictions there will not be a public retirement celebration. Congratulatory cards can be sent to Roger Zach at P.O. Box 517, Guttenberg IA 52052. (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker

Renowned barber/stylist and master storyteller Roger Zach, AKA Mr. Rogers, is officially retired. The 82- year-old has stepped away from the barber chair and set down the scissors that he joyously and passionately used to make a living for most of his adult life. 

"It has not been an easy decision," said Zach, owner of Mr. Roger’s Hair Salon in Guttenberg, "but I finally decided to retire."

Wed
29
Jul

Bye-Bye Buggy for Kids' Kampus


Kids' Kampus recently received a grant from the Clayton County Foundation for the Future to purchase a six-seat "Bye-Bye Buggy." From left are Stanley Walke, Austen Brown and Jackson Meyer. (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker

Quality childcare is important for the healthy development of children. Research has found that day care providers are an important component to the cognitive, language and social development of young children. They are also a source of consistent, emotional, supportive care, which is very beneficial to children and families.

Kids' Kampus

Wed
29
Jul

School announces plans for Aug. 24 return to classes

By Shelia Tomkins

Clayton Ridge Community School has announced its plans for the return to classes on Aug. 24. 

"At this time we are planning to begin the school year with all students face-to-face," said Superintendent Shane Wahls in a letter to parents. "We will have a number of mitigation procedures in place."

Wed
22
Jul

Fusion Products meets high demand for personal protection shields


Fusion Products of Guttenberg created the personal protection shield that wraps around the circulation desk at the Guttenberg Public Library. (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker

A worldwide pandemic has caused many of us to pause, reflect, recreate and reinvent the way we live our personal lives. A volatile economy has caused business owners across the globe to get creative and find ways to market the pandemic or close their doors.  Fusion Products, a division of SignX Corporation, located in the Guttenberg Industrial Park at 111 North Hill Drive, has stepped forward to meet the ever-demanding pressures of doing business in these uncommon times. 

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