Alpine Newsletter

Read the quarterly Alpine Communique for news on what’s happening at Alpine Communications and in the communities we serve.

Q4 2018 Newsletter Features:

  • How We Build Thriving Communities with Our Project Planning
  • Faces of the Brand – Lanette Schutte
  • It Pays to Connect With Us on Social Media
  • 10 Ways to Protect Yourself From Fraud, Scams, and Schemes
  • Aureon Grants Awarded to Two Local Organizations
  • Join Us in Helping the Community this Holiday Season
  • Marquette Becomes Gigabit Community with the Launch of the Fusion Network
  • Think WiFi Troubleshooting is Too Much Trouble?

Q3 2018 Newsletter Features:

  • An Open Letter from Chris Hopp
  • Faces of the Brand – Chad Ruegnitz
  • Customer Appreciation Dinner – Thursday, October 4, 2018
  • TV Everywhere
  • Make Summer Connections
  • Aureon Awards Five Grants to Fund Local Projects
  • Carol Berns Hangs Up 21 Years
  • Why Con Artists Target Senior Citizens
  • Introducing Alpine WiFi Connect

Q2 2018 Newsletter Features:

  • Meet the Crew – Eric Kovac
  • Show Your Interest in Fusion at
  • Alpine Expands Fusion Network to Marquette and Pleasant Ridge
  • Cities of Guttenberg and McGregor Awarded Aureon Grants
  • Iowa Independent Communications Providers Build the Best Gigabit Network in the Country by Building Communities
  • What to Know Before Your Burn, Dig or Mo
  • Ripple Effect When You Shop Local
  • Introducing CuriosityStream
  • Take Action to Avoid Fraud with Tech Home

Q1 2018 Newsletter Features:

  • Meet the Crew – Austin Winch
  • McGregor-Marquette Awards Alpine for Fusion
  • Aureon Awards Charity Grants to Area Organizations
  • Alpine Contributes Towards McGregor Street Banner Project
  • How to Reduce Unwanted Calls and Mail
  • Stay Save From Cybercrime During Tax Time
  • Enter Alpine’s Annual Directory Photo Contest
  • New Year, New Tech – Get Tech Home

Q4 2017 Newsletter Features:

  • Alpine Named Certified Gig-Capable Provider by NTCA
  • Fusion Network Launches in McGregor
  • Donate to the Food Shelf and Mitten Tree
  • Everything You Need to Know About TV Everywhere
  • Why Our Internet Service Requires Landline Service As Well
  • Celebrating 20-Year Milestone at Annual Dinner
  • Main Street Elkader and Garnavillo Historical Society Awarded Grants
  • Alpine Donates To Clayton County Substance Abuse Services
  • Jace Moore Awarded Aureon Scholarship

  • Q3 2017 Newsletter Features:

  • Meet the Crew – Ryan Tilleraas
  • Alpine Partners with Central Green Team
  • Art by the River in Guttenberg a Success
  • McGregor is On-Track for Fusion Fiber-Optics
  • Come On Over to Our 12th Annual Customer Appreciation Dinner
  • Answers To Your Questions About the Universal Service Fund
  • Workshop Teaches Fraud Protection Lessons
  • Aureon Provides Charity Grants to Three Local Groups
  • Visit the Alpine Smart Barn at the Clayton County Fair
  • Q2 2017 Newsletter Features:

      • Meet the Crew – Brian Williams
      • Moser Wins Directory Photo Contest
      • Alpine Celebrates 20 Years
      • Aureon Awards Charity Grants to McGregor Hook & Ladder and Guttenberg Recreation Board
      • When to Reboot Your Router and When to Replace It
      • Call 811 Before You Dig
      • Alpine Donates to Clayton County Library Association
      • McGregor Fusion Network Construction Begins in May
      • Introducing 4G LTE Unlimited Plans

    Q1 2017 Newsletter Features:

  • Meet the Crew – Kelly Blockhus
  • Community Donates Generously to Food Shelf and Mitten Tree
  • Community Workshop to Be Held in Guttenberg
  • Fusion Network Coming to McGregor
  • Apply to FRS Scholarship
  • New Smartphone for the New Year
  • Enter the Directory Photo Contest
  • Ransomware Facts & Tips
  • Help Our Community Win By Supporting Alpine

  • Q4 2016 Newsletter Features:

  • Meet the Crew – John Lomas
  • Introducing the New
  • Over 800 Attend Annual Customer Appreciation Dinner
  • Announcing Cell Phones for Soldiers
  • Alpine Donates to NEI3A and Clayton County Library Association
  • Watch Out for Tech Support Scams
  • Register for Free Internet Workshops in November
  • Donate to Food Shelf and Mitten Tree
  • Wishing You Joy This Holiday Season

  • Q3 2016 Newsletter Features:

  • Meet the Crew – Jacob Newman-Dekarske
  • SmartHub Puts Account Management at Your Fingertips
  • Aureon Provides Quality Charity Grants Main Street Elkader and St. Peter Lutheran Church
  • 6 Things You Don’t Have To Do With A Landline
  • Northeast Iowa Shopping Guide App Now Available
  • How to Improve the Speed of Your Wi-Fi Network
  • Updates and Additions to the 2016-2017 Northeast Iowa Regional Directory
  • Visit the Alpine Smart Barn at the Clayton County Fair
  • Get Tips On Watching The Rio 2016 Olympic Games

  • Q2 2016 Newsletter Features:

  • Meet the Crew – Lara Duff
  • Kilburg Photo Selected for Directory Cover
  • Clayton Ridge Schools Implements Advanced Security Solution
  • Surveys Result in $386 to Clayton County Food Shelf
  • Alpine Hosts Senior Living Open House in June
  • New TV Everywhere Networks
  • Help for Parents On Selecting TV Shows and Movies
  • Prepare Your Home and Family for Spring Storm Season
  • Make a Call to 811 Part of Your Springtime Plans
  • iPhone SE Now Available

  • Q1 2016 Newsletter Features:

  • Clayton County Development Receives Grant
  • Garnavillo Brownies Tour Alpine
  • Apply for Local Scholarship Opportunities
  • Discovery GO Now Available
  • Community Donates to Mitten Tree and Food Drive
  • TV Fees Make Up Your Monthly TV Bill
  • How to Pick the Right Internet Speed for You
  • Need Help Paying Your Phone Bill
  • 10th Annual Directory Photo Contest Underway
  • Live Independently with a Personal Emergency Response System
  • 3 Months Free 4G Wireless

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