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Trees like cars need maintenance

January 29, 2017 As we near the end of January, it is a good time to remind folks that tree maintenance on your deciduous trees generally is best done at this time of yea. more »»

Looking Back

January 29, 2017 10 YEARS AGO FEB. 1, 2007 Paul Sells was awarded a certificate for 10 years of service from the Grundy Co. Soil & Water Conservation. Paul is retiring from that positio. more »»

Library News

January 22, 2017 We will try having story time again on Tuesday, January 24 at 10:00. Our last story time day got rained out. We will plan on having high school students read on the 24th. more »»

We lack the proper habitat....

January 22, 2017 Iowa had nesting eagles everywhere when the first settlers arrived, but there were no nesting eagles in the state for most of the 1900s. more »»

Library News

January 15, 2017 New at the library: Nonfiction: Angels on Earth by Laura Schroff, Uninvited by Lysa Terkeurst, The Boys in the Bunkhouse by Dan Barry, Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes, The Princess Diarist by Carrie... more »»

A frog’s long winter

January 15, 2017 A frigid 6 degrees outside causes me to wonder how our frogs and toads are surviving these brutal temps; I doubt they are able to locate a hot water spring here in Grundy Count. more »»

Looking Back

January 15, 2017 10 YEARS AGO JAN. 25, 2007 Second round of old man winter hits with more than six inches of snow. Craig Arends, 47, Dike, pleads guilty to drugs and weapon charge. more »»

Library News

January 8, 2017 Join us on Tuesday, January 10 at 10:00 a.m. for story time presented by high school students. We have had many good readers from G-R High School this past school yea. more »»

2016 hunting season recap

January 8, 2017 I think the 2016 hunting season flew by faster than any other season I can remember. more »»

Looking Back

January 8, 2017 10 YEARS AGO JAN. 4, 2007 On Jan. 2 Grundy Co. Board of Supervisors held their reorganization meeting for 2007. The newly elected County officers also took the oath of office. more »»

Library News

January 1, 2017 Children attending story time on December 20 enjoyed a program by Robyn Plocher. The next story time will be held on Tuesday, January 3rd at 10:00. Dean Staack will be the presenter. more »»

Partner for life

January 1, 2017 Some of you may recall the article I wrote back in February of 2009; it was titled “As Simple as a Squirrel. more »»

Looking Back

January 1, 2017 10 YEARS AGO JAN. 4, 2017 Car crash causes injuries to the Daniel Sprengler family of Boone 3 miles west of Dike on Hwy 20. Minor incident at G-R high school leads to evacuation. Edward T. more »»

Library News

December 25, 2016 New at the library this week: Non-fiction: The Book of Joy by the Dalai Lama XIV and Desmond Tutu, Wonderland by Steven Johnson, Love Warrior by Glennon Doyle Melton, All the Gallant Men by Donald... more »»


December 25, 2016 Once known as a great landscape plant that was used in the late 70’s and 80’s; the honeysuckle has transformed into a natural resource nightmare. more »»

Looking Back

December 25, 2016 10 YEARS AGO DEC. 25, 2006 New format is first major change to the Reinbeck Courier in fifteen years. Scholarship endorsement honors MCC Counselor, Janet White Mead. more »»

Library News

December 18, 2016 Kids attending story time on Dec. 6 were read to by Santa Claus. Look at our facebook page for pictures. The next story time will be held on Tuesday, December 20 at 10:00. more »»

Shocked into winter reality

December 18, 2016 I had a very memorable fall. This fall, I got to report a couple of exciting sightings (or hearings) of barred owls and pileated woodpeckers. But no successful big buck down reports. more »»

Looking Back

December 18, 2016 10 YEARS AGO 2006 Ninety workers detained in Marshalltown Swift raid. Jr. Grundy Center Development Alliance appoint new board. Andie Nichols, CPC case manager, received her five year service award. more »»

What is wildlife having for dinner this Christmas?

December 11, 2016 Fruits, seeds and dormant insects help keep many of our winter wildlife species alive. more »»



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