Check out the Market’s lunch menu for this week. They start serving at 11 until it’s all gone.
13 days ago, City of Graettinger
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Save the date!!
19 days ago, City of Graettinger
Holiday Stroll
Check out the Market’s lunch menu for this week. They start serving at 11 until it’s all gone.
20 days ago, City of Graettinger
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Check out the Market’s lunch menu for this week. They start serving at 11 until it’s all gone.
about 1 month ago, City of Graettinger
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Cars may begin parking on Mainstreet between Cedar and South Washington St. starting at 5:00pm. ** Mainstreet will be blocked off to provide a safe environment for families to attend** We look forward to seeing you at these events on October 31st from 5:30 to 7:30.
about 1 month ago, City of Graettinger
Halloween
Check out the Market’s lunch menu for this week. They start serving at 11 until it’s all gone.
about 1 month ago, City of Graettinger
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The water leak in Graettinger has been found, Thanks everyone for your help!
about 2 months ago, Sandra Henderson
Water Leak found
NOTICE TO GRAETTINGER BUSINESSES AND RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES! The city is looking for a water leak in the community , if you see water bubbling out of the ground or have low water pressure and discolored water, please call city hall. 712-859-3742. Thank you for your help!
about 2 months ago, Sandra Henderson
Graettinger Residents and Businesses
Check out the Market’s lunch menu for this week. They start serving at 11 until it’s all gone.
about 2 months ago, City of Graettinger
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The City of Graettinger receives a new 524 John Deere payloader. Thanks to the Palo Alto County Gaming Development Corporation. The funds from PACGDC and Local Option Sales tax were used to purchase the new payloader. Pictured is city employees Brad Anderson and Gary Harris, with salesman Bruce Stover from Murphy Tactor of Fort Dodge.
about 2 months ago, Sandra Henderson
New 524 John Deere payloader
Check out the Market’s lunch menu for this week. They start serving at 11 until it’s all gone.
2 months ago, City of Graettinger
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Graettinger Municipal Utilities Flushing Hydrants Graettinger Municipal Utilities will be flushing Fire hydrants starting on Monday, October 3, 2022, until finished! Flushing will start west of the railroad tracks the first three days and finish on the last two days east of the railroad tracks. Residents are encouraged to check their water before doing any laundry! Thanks Bryon Petersen
2 months ago, Sandra Henderson
Flushing hydrants!
Friday July 22nd, 5:00-8:00 pm - 12th Annual Auto Drive-In. Downtown Graettinger. Sponsored by the Graettinger Business Club
5 months ago, Bank Plus
12th Annual Auto Drive-In
Community member spotlight: Shelly Schmitt has lived in Graettinger her whole life. She got married to Roger Schmitt in 1978 and has two sons; Phil and Jacob. Shelly has worked at the Graettinger Market since 2007. She was a secretary at Shavers and the Country Store, and was also a Pharmacy Technician for more than 20 years. Shelly is a part of the Immaculate Catholic Church and is a part of Catholic Daughters. Shelly loves to spend her time baking, decorating, crafting, and spending time with family. Putting a smile on everyone’s faces is what she does best. Two things you may not know about Shelly is that has a porcelain doll collection and she does not like snakes or mice. Some of Shelly’s favorite things are the colors, red and yellow, the Iowa State Cyclones, and bean burritos.
7 months ago, City of Graettinger
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Check out the Market’s lunch menu for this week. They start serving at 11 until it’s all gone.
8 months ago, City of Graettinger
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Business Spotlight: Daybreak Daybreak Foods has grown at an accelerated rate over the last two decades. Daybreak is now ranked as one of the largest egg producers in the United States. With the guidance of the Rehm Family and the hard work of Daybreak’s dedicated employees, they look forward to the future success and growth of their business.
11 months ago, City of Graettinger
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Business Spotlight: EPS EPS or Energy Panel Structures was established in 1981. EPS is a recognized leader as a manufacturer of pre-engineered buildings which are custom designed to fit your needs and then built for you by our network of professional builders. EPS manufactures pre-engineered building components designed for post frame construction, structural insulated panels and refrigerated and freezer structures.
11 months ago, City of Graettinger
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Business Spotlight: Midwest Technology Midwest Technology is a family owned and operated business technology company. Serving the upper Midwest since 2009, Midwest Technology Services has used technology to assist businesses, schools, local and county governments, hospitals and more to solve many of their day-to-day needs. Midwest Tech surveillance products provide users with easy-to-use visibility into what is happening at their facility. As a family-owned business, they strive to approach everyones day-to-day operations with honesty and integrity. They believe in being easily accessible and readily available to ensure their customers receive the service and support they deserve. Midwest Tech takes pride in developing relationships and providing customized solutions to not only meet but exceed their customers needs.
11 months ago, City of Graettinger
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TREE TRIMMING TO BEGIN SOON Trees and Branches that interfere with power lines can create safety hazards and cause power outages. Preventative tree maintenance helps avoid power outages. -Within the next 3 months we will trim trees, branches and vines that interfere or have potential to interfere with power lines. -In some cases, tree removal may be required. -Trees will be trimmed to have appropriate clearances from power lines to provide hazard free operation for a minimum of 2 years. -Maintaining the health of the trees involved, goodwill of the property owners, and safety of the trimming crew and the public are our priority. If you have questions regarding the tree trimming process, please call the Light Plant. 712-859-3844
11 months ago, Sandra Henderson
Business Spotlight: Graettinger Market The Graettinger Market is run by the Graettinger Development Council. Shelly, the manager, and three other ladies run the Market themselves. The ladies are all retired, but didn’t want to be retired yet! The Market has hot meals every week which they start serving at 11 a.m. and they also do catering. In the corner of the Market they have a selection of wine and a wide variety of alcohol. The Market opens up at 8 a.m. everyday of the week, but Monday-Friday they close at 7 p.m., Saturday closes at 4 p.m., and Sunday closes at 12 p.m.. Feel free to stop in and get some lunch during the week!
12 months ago, City of Graettinger
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