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Today's News

  • Glenwood fifth at WDM Valley tourney

        Glenwood placed fifth at the West Des Moines Valley Invitational on Saturday.
        The host Tigers took home the team title with 251.5 points. Indianola was second with 210. The Rams’ 135 points were four points behind fourth place Winterset.

  • Grant is ‘shot in the arm’ for Humane Society

        The Lied Foundation Trust has awarded the Loess Hills Humane Society a grant of $100,000 to help with expenses and to complete several construction projects at the two year-old animal shelter south of Glenwood.

  • Windows To The World

        Mills County Master Photographer John Scanlan has earned international acclaim for his award-winning work, depicting not only his artistic eye and ability, but the natural beauty of the dozens of countries he’s visited around the world over the past two decades. Now, the name he’s made for himself is about to become ever bigger.

  • Rams knock off Atlantic, 56-44

        Morgan Lucy, Grace Newman and Lexi Fisher combined for 40 points for Glenwood in a 56-44 Hawkeye 10 Conference girls basketball victory over Atlantic on Friday.

  • Wolverine offense struggles in 0-4 start

        The East Mills girls were held to five first-half points and turned the ball over 27 times in a 47-12 loss to Nishnabotna on Friday.

  • Glenwood fourth at Dan Hill Invitational

        The Glenwood wrestling team placed fourth at the Dan Hill Invitational in Harlan on Saturday.
        Logan-Magnolia was the team champion with 285 points. Urbandale was second with 177.5 and Gretna, Neb. was close behind with 177 points.
        Glenwood advanced four wrestlers to the finals on Saturday with three earning individual titles.

  • Rams topple F-M, 60-44

        TABOR - An aggressive Glenwood defense and an 11-2 run to open the fourth quarter proved the difference for the Rams basketball team in a 60-44 victory over Fremont-Mills last Tuesday.

  • Christmas Light Spectacular

         The Glenwood community will formally kick off the holiday season with a “Lights on the Square Spectacular” on Thursday, Dec. 2.

  • Too Many Cats?

        A Glenwood resident has been given 60 days to reduce the number of cats residing and congregating on her property.
        Deborah Wilcoxson, 205 First Street, came before the city council last Tuesday to address a nuisance abatement notice she had received from the city concerning animals at her residence.

  • Sidewalk Repair on Hold

     It appears the sidewalk barricades on the south side of Glenwood’s Town Square will remain standing through the winter months.