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Reinbeck News

Rebels working to build team identity

After finishing 9-11 and being ushered out of the 2020 Class 1A playoffs in the second round, the Gladbrook-Reinbeck Rebels girls basketball team are in search of some wins. New head coach Amber Gerringer hopes she can help the team find what they’re looking for. Gerringer is in her first ...

Holiday Cookies and Candies Walk to be held Dec. 11

Get in the holiday spirit with a fun Holiday Cookie & Candy Walk and Bazaar to be held at St. Gabriel’s Catholic Church on Saturday, Dec. 11 from 9 to 11 a.m. Featured will be homemade varieties of cookies and candy, along with holiday crafts and displays from many area vendors ...

G-R, Rasmussen family host exchange student

For the 2021-2022 school year, Gladbrook-Reinbeck High School is hosting an exchange student for the second year in a row. Maria Bollo Fernandez from Seville, Spain is staying in Reinbeck with her host family, Kyle, Tiffany and Andrew Rasmussen. She is seventeen years old and arrived in Iowa on ...

Third time’s the charm

Later this month Gladbrook-Reinbeck will have the honor of being represented in the Iowa High School All-State Band for the first time in more than 10 years. On Oct. 23 Rebels junior Wesley Latchman traveled to Hampton-Dumont High School to participate in the All-State auditions, a process ...

Hats off to Reinbeck veterans

The Reinbeck American Legion Auxiliary Unit #242 presented five area veterans living at our nursing home/senior apartments with military caps from their branch of service as a token of thanks for their service. So often we forget those who served our nation to protect our freedoms. Those ...

Rebels run it back

The Rebels are running it back. Back-to-back, in fact. The 11th-ranked Gladbrook-Reinbeck volleyball team upset No. 6 Ankeny Christian Academy in a three-set sweep Wednesday night at the Roundhouse, downing the Eagles 25-23, 25-21, 27-25 in the Class 1A Region 3 finals to earn its third state ...

Reinbeck holiday activities Nov. 12-13

The 23rd annual Miracle on Main celebration is nearly upon us! Plan to fill your Friday (and, some of Saturday!) with the range of events offered on Main Street in Reinbeck on November 12-13. Miracle-goers will be able to experience the old, the new, and everything in between this year. For ...

Rebels steal GVC’s thunder

Gladbrook-Reinbeck pushed its pair into the middle, going all-in to stop Grand View Christian’s best chance at stealing the pot. The Thunder didn’t bluff, but their hand just wasn’t strong enough. The No. 11 Gladbrook-Reinbeck volleyball team turned away Grand View Christian at the net ...

G-T/R-A plays spoiler for No. 9 Gladbrook-Reinbeck

This wasn’t how Gladbrook-Reinbeck’s first-round playoff game was supposed to go. The No. 9-ranked Rebels had gone 7-1 on the season, finishing second in their district and earning a home game in the first round. Their opponent was Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire, a 7-1 team in the ...

G-R hires Waterloo firm for facility project

Gladbrook-Reinbeck’s facility improvement project took another step forward recently as the district approved a bid to hire a Waterloo firm to act as the construction manager for the district’s renovation project. During the board’s regular meeting on Oct. 18, Peters Construction ...