Tag Archive: Guttenberg

Bill Menner

Bill Menner Shares His Perspective On Telehealth and Broadband Connectivity in Iowa

September 1, 2020

You would be hard-pressed to find a stronger voice for rural development in Iowa than Bill Menner. For more than 30 years, Bill has been a fierce advocate and go-to expert for helping rural Iowa communities thrive. During his appointment as the USDA State Director of Rural Development, Bill delivered more than $5 billion in loans, loan guarantees, and grants to rural borrowers.  Today, he serves as the Executive Director of the Iowa Rural Health Association, Executive Director of the...

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Welcome Home Iowa

Broadband and Housing Incentives Can Attract Movers to Rural Iowa

July 23, 2020

The ongoing pandemic has demonstrated the security and convenience of living in rural Iowa. Residents have access to quality healthcare, close relationships with schools and colleges, the comfort of knowing your neighbors, and the space to be free – and social distance. Furthermore, broadband technology connects us to faraway friends using technologies such as Facetime or Zoom. For others, they can maintain their jobs through remote work capabilities. Alpine Communications has experienced an uptick in requests from people connecting broadband...

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Samantha Moser Alpine Communications

Faces of the Brand – Samantha Moser

May 21, 2020

Samantha Moser takes life with ease but takes her role as administrative assistant very seriously.  For nearly five years, Sam (her nickname in the office and real-life), has maximized the opportunities to expand her knowledge in accounting and telecommunications.  She’s not done learning yet.  “I would like to take more accounting classes so I can grow my skills to keep up with the fast-paced industry we work in.” As Alpine Communications’ person in charge of ordering, Samantha uses email to...

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Guttenberg Iowa River Park Drive

There’s a Ripple Effect When You Shop Local

May 5, 2020

When a single stone is thrown in a lake, many ripples form from the impact and expand across the water. That’s similar to the effect you can have in your community when you choose to shop locally. Advocates for Independent Business (AIB) and the Institute of Local Self-Reliance (ILSR) use this ripple concept to convey the shop local message. They also encourage businesses to help spread the word. When you choose locally owned businesses for your shopping, you create a...

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Andrew Reimer Financial Advisor for New York Life

Reimer’s Technology Investments Return Big Dividends

April 22, 2020

Andrew Reimer, owner of Reimer Financial Group in Guttenberg, Iowa, has successfully helped his clients proactively prepare for the future. When it was Andrew’s time to invest in his future as part of a renovation project to his historic building in Guttenberg, he turned to Alpine Communications for help. Listen to Andrew Reimer’s story below. The Guttenberg Press interviewed Andrew and his wife, Mindy, about their response to working from home during the COVID-19 Crisis.  Mindy works as a librarian...

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COVID 19 SmartHub

COVID-19: Ways to Connect

March 16, 2020

There are many ways you can connect with Alpine Communications without coming into the office or leaving the comfort of your home. Please rest assured that all methods are safe and can be a convenient alternative to in-person contact. Support Options: SmartHub — Log in to your SmartHub account to pay your bill or submit a trouble ticket. You can also manage your account 24/7, set up payments, check usage and much more. There is even an easy-to-use app you...

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We Believe Communities Thrive When They Are Connected 

December 11, 2019

I am sure many of you have seen our statement regarding Alpine Communications’ commitment to the communities we serve: “We believe connected communities become thriving communities,” but are curious about what that looks like each and every day. This statement can be best exemplified by comments and stories shared by your favorite Alpine Communications’ staff member. Each week Alpine employees share their most notable success story of the week. I’m confident it will come as no surprise to you that our employees take great pride in being able to assist you in connecting with...

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Connected Communities Summit Focuses on Broadband for the Future

November 18, 2019

Alpine Communications recently hosted the area’s first Connected Communities Summit. We are excited to share the recordings of each session from the Summit. If you or someone you know was unable to attend the Connected Communities Summit, please share the videos with members of your business, organization, or community. Get the story from the Guttenberg Press here: http://guttenbergpress.com/articles/2019/10/16/connected-communities-need-broadband-future-growth Here’s what Connected Communities Summit attendees said: “I enjoyed listening to personal stories and how communities are thriving in today’s world.” “Great...

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Alpine’s Fiber-to-the-Home Expansion Benefits Rural Guttenberg, Elgin, and McGregor Residents

June 14, 2019

Alpine Communications is excited to announce another phase in creating connected customers through fiber broadband.  More than 140 residents who reside in a select region south of Guttenberg, Iowa and stretching beyond Millville, Iowa will receive Alpine’s 100% fiber-optic Fusion Network by the end of 2019.  The announcement of this construction project rounds out a year of fiber-to-the-home expansion for Alpine Communications. Two additional fiber construction projects are occurring in the Canoe Road neighborhood in Elgin, Iowa, and parts of...

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On 99 County Tour, Alpine Communications Attracts Attention of Senator Grassley

May 14, 2019

When we say we believe connected communities become thriving communities, sometimes the best opportunities are to connect with the well-connected. Recently, Alpine Communications was happy to have the chance to share the good work we’re doing with someone of influence: United States Senator Charles Grassley. When the United States Senate is not in session, Senator Grassley visits all 99 counties in Iowa to keep in touch with issues that matter to his fellow Iowans. Clayton County was the 17th county...

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