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Wed
22
Sep

Ashmore retiring after 2 decades as Prairie du Chien public library director

Prairie du Chien Memorial Library Director Nancy Ashmore is retiring after 20 years in service to the Prairie du Chien community and surrounding area. 

Wed
22
Sep

Parkinson's Awareness walk and 9-hole golf outing


Parkinson's Awareness of Clayton County (PACC) will hold its 5th annual Parkinson's Awareness Walk and 9-hole best-shot golf outing on Saturday, Sept. 25, at the Guttenberg Golf & Country Club. Above are members of PACC who participated in last year's event. (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker

Parkinson's Awareness of Clayton County (PACC) is making plans to hold its 5th annual Parkinson's Awareness Walk and 9-hole best-shot golf outing. The event is set to take place on Saturday, Sept. 25, at the Guttenberg Golf & Country Club located at 28126 Hwy. 52. 

Registration for the walk begins at 9:30 a.m., with walkers lining up at 10 a.m. There is no cost associated with the walk, but a free will donation is appreciated. 

Wed
22
Sep

Candidates file for city, school board seats

By Shelia Tomkins

Iowa school board and municipal elections will be held Tuesday, Nov. 2. Local voters will go to the polls to fill vacancies on the Clayton Ridge school board and Guttenberg city council. The filing deadline was Sept. 16, and the following will be listed on the ballot.

Wed
22
Sep

City council to take bids on property

By Shelia Tomkins

At the monthly meeting on Sept. 13, the Guttenberg city council decided to  take bids on property at the corner of Highway 52 and Schiller Street, known as the Bender property, the former site of a gas station.

The council voted to buy the property last November in connection with the Schiller Street property, deciding at the time to purchase it rather than pursue the easement needed for the Schiller Street project. 

Wed
15
Sep

Shirley N. Wirkler

Shirley Naomi (Jacobs) Wirkler, 91, of Farmersburg, went to be with her Lord and Savior Monday, Sept. 6, 2021, at University of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City. 

Visitation was Friday, Sept. 10, at Tuecke-Allyn Funeral Home, Garnavillo and one hour prior to the start of services.  

Funeral services were Saturday, Sept. 11, at the Garnavillo Gospel Hall.

Wed
15
Sep

GermanFest to celebrate 30th anniversary


The Guttenberg GermanFest will mark its 30-year anniversary on Sept. 24-25. GermanFest committee members are Lora Kolker, Amy Speed, LeAnn Esmann, Michelle Geuder, Jane Augustyn and Brandie Tomkins. From left, Jane Augustyn and Brandie Tomkins pose with the GermanFest cutouts that will be available for photo ops on the festival grounds. (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker

The Guttenberg GermanFest will mark its 30-year anniversary on Sept. 24-25. The festival, which celebrates our community's rich German heritage, has transformed and grown throughout the years, and requires an army of ambitious planners and volunteers to steer the two-day event.  

Wed
15
Sep

Stickfort Farm recognized as Century and Heritage Farm


The Stickfort farm was recently designated as a Century and Heritage farm by the Iowa Department of Agriculture & Land Stewardship. From left are Kinsley Jones, Carey Jones, Kellan Jones, Casey Jones, Aracelly Stickfort, Stuart Stickfort, Kelly Bromelkamp, and Casey Stickfort. (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker 

The Iowa Department of Agriculture & Land Stewardship recently designated Stuart and Aracelly Stickfort's farmstead as a Century and Heritage farm. The Century and Heritage Farm program recognizes multi-generation farm families who have overcome challenges, adapted to fluctuating markets and embraced new technologies to remain successful for 100 and 150 years, respectively. 

Wed
15
Sep

Local weekend events

Enjoy the upcoming September weekend by attending two major annual events in southern Clayton County.

The 40th annual Northeast Iowa Farm and Antique Association will present Plagman Barn Show Days on Sept. 17-18-19. The show grounds are located at 28384 Garber Road (C7X) 10 miles west of Guttenberg. The event features demonstrations on early farm and home practices and techniques, plus food, music, and other activities for the entire family.

Wed
15
Sep

City-wide garage sales set for Sept. 24-25

City-wide garage sales will be held in Guttenberg on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 24-25, in conjunction with the community's GermanFest celebration.

The event is being coordinated by The Guttenberg Press. The ads will appear on a full page in the Sept. 22 issue of The Press and in The Trader (21,000 circulation), as well as on The Press website: www.guttenbergpress.com. 

Wed
08
Sep

River Park Cruisers 23rd annual car show


The River Park Cruisers car cruise on Sept. 18 will be led by a 1966 Chevy Caprice owned by Jim and Bonnie Clinton of Guttenberg. (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker 

Guttenberg's River Park Cruisers are set to hold their 23rd annual car show/cruise on Saturday, Sept. 18. Registration for the car show is from 9 a.m. - noon and begins in front of Clayton Ridge School in Guttenberg at the intersection of Pearl Street and River Park Drive. "Vehicle owners can check in and receive parking directions in front of the school, and register for the car show at the registration table located by the community clock," said organizers. 

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