March 30 - Max Austin of Emerson reported an identity theft.
Jim Gregory of Tabor reported a theft.
April 1 - Jeffrey Slosson of Glenwood reported a burglary and criminal mischief.
April 2 - Brandi Goforth of Omaha reported a theft and harassment.
Joe Halbert of Malvern reported a burglary.
April 3 - Ken McKee Estate of Emerson reported a theft.
March 19 – Julie Bailey of Malvern reported a burglary.
Robert Opdyke of Malvern reported a burglary.
Vanderhaags of Council Bluffs reported a theft.
Deb Coleman of Malvern reported a burglary.
Mid-American Energy of Council Bluffs reported a theft and criminal mischief.
Vector Fleet of Pacific Junction reported criminal mischief.
March 3 – Paul Hill of Pacific Junction reported an attempted burglary.
March 12 – Amanda Dalton of Glenwood reported a theft.
Yoder Construction of Treynor reported a theft.
March 13 – Douglas Wise of Omaha reported criminal mischief.
March 17 – Glenwood West Elementary School reported a burglary and theft.
Clifford Stoppel of Glenwood reported criminal mischief.
The Mills County Board of Supervisors voted to allot $1,500 from the Community Betterment Local Option Sales Tax Fund in support of Glenwood’s Giving Garden. The funds will allow for an irrigation system to be installed at the garden site. The organizers of the garden would like to express their appreciation to the Board of Supervisors for this generous gift, which will greatly enhance the operation of the garden.
Donald J. Lang, Tabor – O.W.I., pleaded guilty, deferred judgment, one year probation, ordered to undergo substance abuse evaluation, submit DNA sample, pay victim restitution, $1,250 civil penalty (reduced to $625 with proof of driver's license), court costs and fees.
Class of 1950 Glenwood High School presented “Memory: Fragments of a Modern History” by Alison Winter, given in memory of Ralph V. Crouch.
Glenwood VFW Post No. 3682 presented “What it is Like to Go to War” by Karl Marlantes given in memory of Ralph V. Crouch.
Over the past four decades, he’s spent 11 years as a parochial school teacher and 30 years as a pastor.
Robert Lindau, who is formally retiring this week as pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church in Glenwood, has served his church well over the past four decades and is ready to move on to the next chapter of his life.