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May

Pick-Up-and-Go Camp for homebound kids


The Family Resource Center will provide a Pick-Up-and-Go summer camp for students in grades K-6 in the Clayton Ridge School District, beginning June 1. Above shows children enjoying "Hedbandz Junior" at a FRC mentoring event prior to social distancing recommendations. Deadline to register for the event is Friday, May 15. (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker

The Family Resource Center (FRC) in Guttenberg is planning a “Pick-Up-and-Go” summer camp to serve students in grades K-6 instead of the originally planned camp. 

Wed
13
May

Sodes Green Acre reopens


Sodes Green Acre cafe, gift shop, gourmet store and liquor store has something for everyone. (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker

Sodes Green Acre, located at 7 Goethe Street in Guttenberg, has re-opened after briefly closing its doors in compliance to recommendations by Gov. Kim Reynolds in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The restaurant, gift shop, gourmet store and liquor store has something for everyone. Sodes is open Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Cafe serving hours are from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.  

Sodes Green Acre Cafe

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13
May

Reopening guidelines for Clayton County businesses

Submitted by the Clayton County Board of Health

Governor Reynolds’ proclamation on April 27 allowed specific counties to re-open select types of businesses and establishments. Clayton County is one of 77 counties allowed to re-open with specific regulations.

The Clayton County Healthcare Coalition would like to remind employees and customers of current recommendations:

Wed
06
May

Isabella R. Auer

The soul of Isabella Rose Auer, 17, was called home to Jesus on April 28, 2020, after courageously battling DIPG, a terminal brain cancer, for almost one year. Isabella offered her sufferings and carried her cross with humble quietness, grace, and dignity. Just hours before passing she was Anointed and given the Apostolic Pardon.

Wed
06
May

Cynthia L. Mueller

Cynthia Lynn Mueller, 47, of Garnavillo, died Tuesday, April 28, 2020, surrounded by her family.

Due to the COVID-19 concerns, there will be a private family service and interment. The family plans to hold a public memorial at a later date. 

Arrangements are being handled by Tuecke-Allyn Funeral Home, Garnavillo. 

Wed
06
May

Rev. Monsignor John R. McClean

Rev. Monsignor John Robert McClean, 87, of Dubuque, died Tuesday, April 28, 2020, at UnityPoint Finley Hospital in Dubuque.

Msgr. McClean deserves a beautiful tribute. However, in this unknown time with the COVID-19 pandemic, having a public visitation is not possible. Please be with us in prayer. 

The Mass of Christian Burial for Msgr. McClean will be Saturday, May 2, at Church of the Resurrection celebrated by Archbishop Michael Jackels and priests of the Archdiocese of Dubuque.

Wed
06
May

Kellogg reveals the humanity of mental illness


Former Guttenberg resident Barb Kellogg recently authored and published her first book, "If You Only Knew: Revealing the Humanity of Mental iIllness." (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker

Since 1949, the United States has designated May as National Mental Health Awareness Month. 

Wed
06
May

Lifetime resident Keith Saeugling shares community memories


Keith Saeugling shares his memories of growing up, raising a family and owning and operating his own business in Guttenberg. (Press photo by Caroline Rosacker)

By Caroline Rosacker

Keith Saeugling, the son of Clarence and Alma Saeugling, calls himself a "lifetime resident" of Guttenberg.  He and his three brothers, Roger, Paul and Clark, and his sister, Mariann, were born and raised along the shores of the Mississippi River. 

School days

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06
May

City council special meeting

By Shelia Tomkins

At a special noon meeting on Monday, April 27, the Gutttenberg city council set a public hearing on a proposed federal loan for the local hospital and heard the mayor present a new policy for citizen complaints.

At the council table were Mayor Bill Frommelt, City Manager Denise Schneider, and councilmembers Mick Pierce, Austin Greve, Fred Schaub, and Jane Parker; Virginia Saeugling participated via teleconference.

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29
Apr

Increase in county road waste baffles locals


The Guttenberg Rotary can redemption collection bin is located on the west side of the city garage along Haydn Street, across from the swimming pool. The Rotary Club uses 100 percent of the proceeds to support community projects. (Press photo by Caroline Rosacker)

By Caroline Rosacker

Each spring we patiently wait for the snow to melt exposing the budding earth.  We look forward to the arrival of green grass and spring flowers. Exposed ground is not the only thing the snow covers up. 

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