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Feb

Living Water Bible Fellowship welcomes Pastor Chuyma


Pastor Diego Chuyma has accepted the position of Senior Pastor at Living Water Bible Fellowship in Guttenberg. From left are David, Joshua, Rebecca, Pastor Diego and John Chuyma. (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker

Pastor Diego Chuyma has accepted the position of Senior Pastor at Living Water Bible Fellowship in Guttenberg. He brings 22 years of experience preaching and teaching the Word of God as a pastor and Christian university professor.  The 57-year-old minister has been preaching since age 19. "It is a joy for me to make disciples of Jesus Christ," said Pastor Chuyma. "One time I led a high school boy to Christ, and I discipled him. Today he is one of the pastors of a church that I planted. Several of my former students are senior pastors, university teachers, and church planters," he added. 

Wed
17
Feb

City council covers varied agenda

By Shelia Tomkins

At its monthly meeting on Feb. 8,  the Guttenberg city council heard project updates, set a budget hearing and discussed property purchased by the city in connection with the Schiller Street project.

Mayor Bill Frommelt called the meeting to order with City Manager Denise Schneider and councilmembers Austin Greve, Fred Schaub, Virginia Saeugling, Jane Parker and Mick Pierce in attendance. 

Wed
17
Feb

"How we met" – love that withstands the test of time

By Caroline Rosacker

“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.”– Dr. Seuss 

Wed
10
Feb

Gregg G. Frieden

Gregg Gene Frieden, 55, of Elkader passed away on Thursday Jan. 28, 2021, at his home after battling lung cancer. 

Per Gregg’s last wishes, there will be no services. He wants to be remembered as the fun loving, prankster outdoors man that he was.

Leonard-Grau Funeral Home and Cremation Service of Elkader assisted the family.

Wed
10
Feb

Patzner looks back on a lifetime of hunting adventures


Steve Patzner stands next to a musk ox he shot during a big game hunting expedition in Greenland. (Press photo by Caroline Rosacker)

By Caroline Rosacker

Steve Patzner of Guttenberg — also known as "Mountain Man" — has been hunting and fishing since he was a child. The outdoorsman began, "It's the end of an era – I sold my Hovercraft five or six years ago and just sold my airboat yesterday. That river is dead – it's too bad."

Wed
10
Feb

Clayton County Energy District recaps 2020


Joleen Jansen, Clayton County Energy District Program Manager, presented a re-cap of the CCED's efforts this past year during a Zoom meeting held on Jan. 27. The local non-profit organization is committed to strengthening our community through inclusively leading, implementing and accelerating the local clean energy transition. (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker

The Clayton County Energy District (CCED) is a local non-profit organization committed to strengthening our community through inclusively leading, implementing and accelerating the local clean energy transition. Joleen Jansen, CCED Program Manager, presented a re-cap of the group's efforts this past year during a Zoom meeting held on Jan. 27. 

Wed
10
Feb

Business recruitment survey reveals top business prospects

Last November, the City of Guttenberg’s Community Vitality Team invited community members to provide input on what businesses and/or services they would like to see open or be made available in the community.  More than 300 people responded to the survey. 

The top responses for a business that respondents would be most likely to frequent were:

• A microbrewery featuring things like a variety of brews, a food menu, live music and events pairing beer and food 

Wed
03
Feb

Michael S. Horn

Michael S. Horn, 53, of Guttenberg, formerly of Dubuque, completed his earthly journey suddenly on Jan. 16, 2021, after injuries sustained in an automobile accident.

To honor Mike’s life, his celebration of life will be held on Saturday, Feb. 6, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Eagle’s Club, 1175 Century Drive in Dubuque.

The Tri-State Cremation Center is serving Mike’s family.

Wed
03
Feb

Dr. Barron's former practice renamed River Town Family Dentistry


Dr. Alicia Walke has taken over Dr. Barron's practice and renamed it River Town Family Dentistry. (Press photo by Caroline Rosacker)

By Caroline Rosacker

In 1979, the late Dr. Donald Barron opened up a dental practice in Guttenberg. His son, Dr. John Barron, joined his practice one year later. "I started my career in dentistry 41 years ago," Dr. Barron commented. "My wife, Sandy, and I arrived in Guttenberg in July 1980, just in time to ride on RAGBRAI VII, which ended their ride in Guttenberg that year. My father and I were in practice together until his retirement. He had practiced over 50 years in dentistry." 

Wed
03
Feb

Food & Fitness creates access to healthy lifestyles


Pete Kerns, Turkey River Farm, encourages students to sample a homemade veggie pizza. (Photo submitted)

By Caroline Rosacker 

Northeast Iowa Food & Fitness initiative is on a mission to create vibrant communities where the healthy choice is the easy choice. 

The program has brought people in Clayton, Allamakee, Chickasaw, Fayette, Howard and Winneshiek counties together to make Northeast Iowa a place where people of all ages can have access to healthy, locally-grown foods, with abundant opportunities for physical activity where they live, learn, work and play.  

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