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Garwin News

Green Mountain-Garwin Class of 2024 graduates!

GARWIN – Last Sunday afternoon, 31 seniors with the Green Mountain-Garwin Class of 2024 participated in commencement exercises held at the high school, taking the next step into adulthood, diploma now in hand. During the May 13 school board meeting, board members approved as part of the ...

Doland, Faircloth seek GOP nomination for Tama County Supervisor District 4

Ahead of the June 4 Primary Election, Tama-Grundy Publishing reporter Ruby McAllister sent questionnaires to all candidates running in contested races for the Tama County Board of Supervisors including those running for the Republican nomination in District 1, District 3, District 4, and ...

Kienzle tapped to lead Marshalltown Arts and Civic Center

A little more than a month has passed since Kristine Kienzle took on the job as executive director of the Marshalltown Arts and Civic Center (MACC), and she is learning all about how important the facility is to the citizens of the area. “I have been absorbing feedback about what the MACC ...

Tama SWCD makes donation to GMG Elementary

Tama Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) celebrated Soil & Water Stewardship Week by donating conservation books to local elementary school libraries throughout Tama County. On behalf of her students, Green Mountain-Garwin Media Specialist Jennifer Smith has received four ...

Local coordinator seeks families for student exchange program

Lanette Martin of Marshalltown has been appointed International Exchange Coordinator for the region by EF (Education First) High School Exchange Year. Headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, EF HSEY is a non-profit foreign exchange organization designated by the U.S. Department of State. The ...

Area high school students earn MCC degree before high school diploma!

MARSHALLTOWN – It’s not often that a high school student will earn a college degree before receiving his/her high school diploma, but several area seniors are on track to do just that. Earning your high school diploma may seem like a common accomplishment. The fact that such a high ...

Murty and Mussig earn ‘Borlaug Scholar’ status

AMES – Green Mountain-Garwin students Rhianna Murty (sophomore) and Anna Mussig (junior) recently attended the 13th annual World Food Prize Iowa Youth Institute (IYI) in Ames where they were among the 277 students representing 89 Iowa high schools who gathered with 85 Iowa State University ...