Central counselor Jane Metcalf works with Lucas Coonfare, Spencer Schlake and Sam McGreal on their college costs project.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
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  By Pam Reinig Register Editor   For a group of 13 Central eighth graders, the biggest shock this fall hasn’t been adjusting to a new schedule, demanding classes or mountains of homework. The biggest surprise has been the cost of a college education. Led by Central counselor... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
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By Molly Moser During their regular meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 23, the Guttenberg Municipal Hospital board of directors received a glowing report on their fiscal year 2014 audit. Joe Splinter, who presented the report on behalf of the Eide Bailly firm of Dubuque, congratulated GMH staff on a year... + continue reading

Students from Clayton Ridge, Central, Edgewood-Colesburg and MFL participated in an out-of-the-classroom river experience last week held in Guttenberg. (Press photo by Molly Moser)
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
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By Molly Moser On the heels of the Mississippi River Cities and Towns Initiative annual meeting in New Orleans, attended by Guttenberg Mayor Russ Loven, comes an opportunity for area students to get involved in river patronage. Junior high students from Clayton Ridge, Central, MFL Mar-Mac and... + continue reading

Rob and Mary Sass, center, were honored for environmental leadership by Chuck Kipp, Iowa Department of Natural Resources; Governor Terry Branstad and Bill Northey, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
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  By Pam Reinig Register Editor   Every picture tells a story and the one that Rob Sass shares says volumes about his decision to use cover crops to conserve soil. Sass points to an obvious line of demarcation between his field, which is green with cover crops, and a neighbor’s... + continue reading

Work on Monona’s bike park has begun and is anticipated to be complete within the next week. Located between the Monona Family Aquatic Center and the Butterfly Garden and Trail, the bike park will feature courses for both beginners and experienced riders. Here, Jumping King Michael Egan tests out one of the jumps in the advanced section. (Photos by Audrey Posten)
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
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  By Audrey Posten, North Iowa Times Editor   Work on Monona’s bike park is underway, a year after the Jumping Kings, Garret Keehner, Bryce Corlett, Michael Egan and Hunter Miller (now all in eighth grade), first approached the Monona City Council about creating the park.... + continue reading

Central counselor Jane Metcalf works with Lucas Coonfare, Spencer Schlake and Sam McGreal on their college costs project.

Students from Clayton Ridge, Central, Edgewood-Colesburg and MFL participated in an out-of-the-classroom river experience last week held in Guttenberg. (Press photo by Molly Moser)

Rob and Mary Sass, center, were honored for environmental leadership by Chuck Kipp, Iowa Department of Natural Resources; Governor Terry Branstad and Bill Northey, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture.

Work on Monona’s bike park has begun and is anticipated to be complete within the next week. Located between the Monona Family Aquatic Center and the Butterfly Garden and Trail, the bike park will feature courses for both beginners and experienced riders. Here, Jumping King Michael Egan tests out one of the jumps in the advanced section. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

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