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February 16, 2014 10 YEAS AGO FEBRUARY 12, 2004 Dr. Kenneth Storjohann, Reinbeck, was in Des Moines on Feb. 4 when chiropractors from across the State came to lobby legislators. Mr. & Mrs. more »»

Library News

February 9, 2014 Terry Plocher did story time on January 28. He read stories and had activities about being kind. The next story time will be held at 10:00 a.m on Tuesday, February 11. more »»

Why don’t prairie chickens cross the road (anymore)

February 9, 2014 The annual statewide meetings of county conservation departments were held in Waterloo last wee. more »»

Japanese fire balloons

February 9, 2014 From the fall of 1944 until early 1945, the Japanese began launching fire balloons from the island of Honshu. more »»

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February 9, 2014 10 YEARS AGO FEBRUARY 5, 2004 Brad Evenson & Ryan Porath were hired by the city on Oct. 18, 2003. G-R hosted an open house for the unveiling of the new weight room located near the high schoo. more »»

Library News

February 2, 2014 Erica Thesing was here for story time on January 21. more »»

The success of the trumpeter swan

February 2, 2014 The trumpeter swan is one of three species of swans that frequent Iowa, and occasionally Grundy County. The three species of swans are the tundra swan, mute swan and lastly the trumpeter swan. more »»

Bisbee Massacre

February 2, 2014 The Bisbee Massacre, also known as the Bisbee Murders, or the Bisbee Raid, occurred on December 8, 1883, when a gang of bandits robbed a general store in Bisbee, Arizona, killing four people. more »»

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February 2, 2014 10 YEARS AGO JAN. 29, 2004 Democratic caucus held at the Reinbeck Elementary school on Jan. 19. Mr. & Mrs. Leland Hulme celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Jan. 16. more »»

Don’t you worry! John 14:1-6

February 2, 2014 Verse 1. “Do not let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God; trust also in me. more »»

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January 26, 2014 10 YEARS AGO JAN. 22, 2004 Cedar Valley Medical Specialist, Action Post #242 and Son’s of the American Legion donated 60 boxes of care items to the troops in Iraq and around the world. more »»

The Lost Iron Chest Treasure

January 26, 2014 During the winter of 1832, three enterprising men, Solon Langworthy, James Edward, and Tom Kelly, developed a scheme to acquire some valuable Indian lead mines in what is now eastern Iowa. more »»

Library News

January 26, 2014 Are you having trouble with technology? The library is planning to have some basic tech sessions. Andy McQuillen from G-R school will be here on Saturday, January 25 at 10:00 a.m. more »»

Surviving the winter

January 19, 2014 What a difference 50 degrees can make. more »»

The Haunted Clock

January 19, 2014 I recently lost my father. His health had been declining fairly rapidly, and he entered Hospice the day after Thanksgiving. more »»

Looking Back

January 19, 2014 10 YEARS AGO JAN. 15, 2004 Former Reinbeck graduate, Bob Bern, is in Iraq working as a consultant for Stan Consultants of Muscatine helping to repair damaged power plants in Iraq. more »»

Library News

January 16, 2014 New memorials this week include a large print edition of Necessary Lies by Diane Chamberlain, which is given in memory of Pat Petersen from Steve and Pam Heithoff; and an audio book on CD of the sam... more »»

It’s not just about fishing

January 12, 2014 The alarm goes off at 5:45 a.m. I roll out of my extremely warm and comfy bed and tip toe down the stairs so I don’t wake the wife and kids up. more »»

Pets in the Civil War

January 12, 2014 Despite orders forbidding it, many soldiers of the Civil War kept pets with them, including dogs, cats, squirrels, raccoons and other wildlife. more »»

Looking Back

January 12, 2014 10 YEARS AGO JAN. 8, 2004 Lane Danielsen, ISU leading wide receiver, was invited to play in the Hula Bowl on Jan. 17 on the Island of Maui. Martha Vogt will turn 99 on Jan. 12. more »»



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