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Trust the process

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Like so many schools across the nation this year, the Gladbrook-Reinbeck school district was forced into a unique set of circumstances surrounding their annual graduation ceremonies due to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Few could have predicted that the day before St. Patrick’s ...

Dig Inn to music and drinks

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The Dig Inn, a record store and craft beer bar, is a unique business for the small town of Reinbeck but has already become a popular spot. After opening November 15, the store was closed for three months due to the pandemic, but they are back and better than ever. "It was nice to be in a ...

Flood warning for parts of Marshall, Tama and Grundy Counties

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From Tama County Iowa Emergency Management Facebook Page: A flood warning remains in effect until 2:30 a.m. CDT Tuesday for Northeastern Marshall, Northwestern Tama and Grundy Counties. At 6:35 a.m., the public reported flooding across the warned area. Localized street flooding was noting in ...

A personalized graduation

Local News

Graduation 2020 was not the pomp and circumstance that some may have dreamed about, but at GMG, staff tried their best to make the most out of a difficult situation. The Green Mountain-Garwin School District opted for a more personalized ceremony for all 34 students in the graduating class. ...

Tama Co. Fair to continue for 4-H and FFA exhibitors

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County fair is an opportunity for Tama County’s youth to have a unique 4-H and FFA learning experience. Even though fair in 2020 needs to happen in non-traditional ways, exhibits and evaluation of exhibits are important to help youth complete their project learning. Tama County Livestock ...

2020 Governor’s Charity Steer Show Will Go On

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2020 Governor’s Charity Steer Show Will Go On Plans are underway for the 38th Annual Governor's Charity Steer Show (GCSS) to be held on August 15, 2020. The event, which raises money for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Iowa, would typically be held at the Iowa State Fair. ...

Tama County Board of Supervisors meeting

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic ,travel restrictions for Tama County employees were eased a bit by the Board of Supervisors during their regular Monday meeting on June 15. The meeting was again conducted with public access provided by telephone. Tammy Wise, human resources director, told ...

Tama County Admin Building open for appointments

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Upon a recommendation by the officials in charge of offices in the Tama County Administration Building, the Board of Supervisors voted Monday to allow appointments to be made by the public to enable them to conduct business in person at the respective offices housed in that county building ...