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Four things to know from Reinbeck City Council

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1. As part of the federal American Rescue Plan, municipalities have been allocated funding that is to be utilized under a set of guidelines. The City of Reinbeck will receive a funding total of $242,312.47 through the program. Cities can use ARP funds to: Support public health ...

Reinbeck church to celebrate quasquicentennial

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St. John’s Lutheran Church Reinbeck, Iowa 1896 – 2021 125 years of God’s Grace Everyone is welcome to join us on Sunday, September 19th, 2021. Organ prelude 9:30 am Worship Service 10:00 am Brief Program 11:15 am Lunch 11:30 a.m. The theme for the event is "Lighting a Path to the ...

Workforce program coming to GMG High

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This fall, GMG Community Schools and Iowa Jobs for America’s Graduates (iJAG) are partnering to launch a program that will increase graduation rates, improve workforce skills, and help students successfully transition to life after high school. Up to 45 GMG High School juniors and seniors ...

G-R cruises past Colo-NESCO

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Ethan Gienger hauled in three touchdown passes in the first half and the Gladbrook-Reinbeck football team finished off Colo-NESCO with ease, winning 62-13 in the 8-Man District 5 opener for both teams. Gienger scored three of G-R’s first four touchdowns, hauling in passes of 2, 75 and 13 ...

Reinbeck Farmer’s Market yields bountiful season

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Throughout the summer shoppers in the Reinbeck area have enjoyed a weekly farmer’s market that takes place each Saturday on Broad Street in Reinbeck. The market was founded in 2019 and returned to full operation this summer after a much more limited offering in 2020. One of the key ...

Rebels working their way into shape

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The Gladbrook-Reinbeck volleyball team is trying to climb back up the mountain. The Rebels waged a dominant campaign in 2020 that ended with a 34-3 record, numerous postseason accolades and a Class 1A runner-up trophy. Several key players return from last season’s playoff roster, yet Head ...

County hears UTV ordinance proposal

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On Monday the Tama County Board of Supervisors discussed a proposal brought forward by Mike Morrison of Traer that seeks to legalize and regulate the operation of all-terrain vehicles (ATV) and off-road utility vehicles (UTV). Morrison presented a draft ordinance that was pieced together from ...

Van Gundy says no more room in hospitals

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There is no room at hospitals for people due to rising COVID-19 numbers. Dr. Lance Van Gundy with UnityPoint – Marshalltown aired his concerns and frustrations regarding the state of the pandemic situation in a viral Thursday Facebook post, which can be viewed here: ...

McCreery legacy honored at G-R

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Editor's Note: The following is a dedication written and delivered by retired educator, coach, and Gladbrook-Reinbeck Athletic Director Terri Luehring prior to the Rebel’s home varsity football game on Aug. 27. Luehring was a longtime colleague and friend of the late Dick McCreery who was ...

Tama Co. farm hosts cover crop event

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The Tama County chapter of the Women, Land and Legacy organization returned to action this week for their 39th event in Tama County since their founding in 2007. The group, which is a USDA education and outreach program seeking to empower female landowners and farmers, normally holds four ...