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Today's News

  • ANNIVERSARY - Don/Mary Jo Maynard (50)

    Rev. Don and Mary Jo Maynard will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary by renewing their vows at Heritage Hills Church of the Nazarene in Papillion, Neb., on Sunday, June 21, 2009, at the close of the morning worship service. Rev. and Mrs. Maynard were married June 19, 1959, at West Side Church of the Nazarene in Indianapolis, Ind.

    Rev. Maynard served as pastor of the Glenwood Church of the Nazarene from October 1986 until his retirement in 2001.

    The Maynards have two children, Kimberly Maynard and Jonathan Maynard, both of Omaha, and three grandsons.

  • ANNIVERSARY - Don/Mary Jo Maynard (50)

    Rev. Don and Mary Jo Maynard will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary by renewing their vows at Heritage Hills Church of the Nazarene in Papillion, Neb., on Sunday, June 21, 2009, at the close of the morning worship service. Rev. and Mrs. Maynard were married June 19, 1959, at West Side Church of the Nazarene in Indianapolis, Ind.

    Rev. Maynard served as pastor of the Glenwood Church of the Nazarene from October 1986 until his retirement in 2001.

    The Maynards have two children, Kimberly Maynard and Jonathan Maynard, both of Omaha, and three grandsons.

  • Preserving Our Past

    It’s a project that’s been talked about off and on for two decades in Glenwood.

    An interpretive center that would compliment the Glenwood American Indian Earth lodge and serve as a tourist attraction for visitors interested in learning about the unique archeological history of the Loess Hills and the ancestral Plains Indians who once inhabited the region.

    “The long-term goal is to establish an interpretive center where people can learn about the Glenwood Culture,” Mills County Conservation Board member Wayne Phipps said during a recent interview.

  • Preserving Our Past

    It’s a project that’s been talked about off and on for two decades in Glenwood.

    An interpretive center that would compliment the Glenwood American Indian Earth lodge and serve as a tourist attraction for visitors interested in learning about the unique archeological history of the Loess Hills and the ancestral Plains Indians who once inhabited the region.

    “The long-term goal is to establish an interpretive center where people can learn about the Glenwood Culture,” Mills County Conservation Board member Wayne Phipps said during a recent interview.

  • Still Unsolved One Year Later

    CeCe Spotts still can’t bring herself to drive by the scene.

    Just an anonymous piece of concrete and gravel along northbound Interstate 29, not far from the 43 mile marker to most, to Spotts it’s where she lost her father.

    Joseph Spotts was killed by a hit-and-run driver on June 1, 2008, while helping a friend who had run out of gas.

    “I just don’t like driving on the interstate,” said Spotts, 22.

  • Still Unsolved One Year Later

    CeCe Spotts still can’t bring herself to drive by the scene.

    Just an anonymous piece of concrete and gravel along northbound Interstate 29, not far from the 43 mile marker to most, to Spotts it’s where she lost her father.

    Joseph Spotts was killed by a hit-and-run driver on June 1, 2008, while helping a friend who had run out of gas.

    “I just don’t like driving on the interstate,” said Spotts, 22.

  • Nightwing Returning To Amphitheater

    A popular band from Offutt Air Force Base returns to the Davies Amphitheater Sunday evening for a free concert.

    Night Wing is the country/rock showcase group of the United States Air Force Heartland of America Band stationed at Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue. Night Wing honorably represents more than 329,000 Air Force professionals around the world who diligently watch over the skies protecting and defending all those who cherish freedom.

  • Nightwing Returning To Amphitheater

    A popular band from Offutt Air Force Base returns to the Davies Amphitheater Sunday evening for a free concert.

    Night Wing is the country/rock showcase group of the United States Air Force Heartland of America Band stationed at Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue. Night Wing honorably represents more than 329,000 Air Force professionals around the world who diligently watch over the skies protecting and defending all those who cherish freedom.

  • Wolverine errors costly in 16-5 loss

    The East Mills softball committed five errors leading to 11 unearned runs in a 16-5 loss to Sidney on Thursday.

    The Wolverines (1-8) had 10 hits on offense but couldn't overcome their defensive miscues or the loss of their top hurler, Shelby Goodman, who was forced to leave the game heading into the top of the seventh with an undisclosed medical condition.

    "We didn't play too bad. We actually played really well until we had to pull Shelby (Goodman) in the last inning," said East Mills coach Chuck Goodman. "After that we sort of went downhill."

  • Wolverine errors costly in 16-5 loss

    The East Mills softball committed five errors leading to 11 unearned runs in a 16-5 loss to Sidney on Thursday.

    The Wolverines (1-8) had 10 hits on offense but couldn't overcome their defensive miscues or the loss of their top hurler, Shelby Goodman, who was forced to leave the game heading into the top of the seventh with an undisclosed medical condition.

    "We didn't play too bad. We actually played really well until we had to pull Shelby (Goodman) in the last inning," said East Mills coach Chuck Goodman. "After that we sort of went downhill."