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Today's News

  • Mills County Sheriff 8/8/12

    Incidents
        July 29 - Christopher Hilton, Glenwood, reported a theft.
        July 29 – Robert Templeton, Silver City, reported a burglary.
        July 30 – Greg Stein, Glenwood, reported a burglary and theft.
        July 30 – Roberta Morris Estate, Emerson, reported a burglary.
        Aug. 1 – Fred Ruhge, Malvern, reported a burglary and theft.
        Aug. 2 – Briane Pierce, Malvern, reported a theft.
     

  • UPDATE: Subway Restaurant Robbery

    The Glenwood Police Department is continuing its investigation into the Saturday evening robbery of the Subway restaurant in Glenwood.

  • Jail Bond Issue Vote Aug. 7

       Next Tuesday, Aug. 7, voters will decide the fate of a $6.4 million bond issue for the construction of a Mills County Law Enforcement Center being proposed to house the Mills County Sheriff’s Office and a 24-bed jail. The facility would be located on Railroad Ave. in Glenwood, replacing the county’s current jail that was built in 1915.

  • City Hall Open For Business

    Nothing out of the ordinary on the agenda and a  handful of people in the audience.

        At first glance, last Tuesday’s meeting of the Glenwood City Council had the look of just another meeting, but as council member Craig Florian stated near the conclusion of the meeting, “History’s being made tonight.”
        It was a night of historic significance because the council was meeting for the first time in its new chambers in the new City Hall.

  • Glenwood Senior Center Menu Aug 2-8

    Open Mon. - Fri. 8-4,
    Sat. 8 - 11 a.m.
    Exercise Classes (6 weeks): Tuesday & Thursday, 10 - 11 a.m.
    Coffee Time: Mon. - Fri. 8 - 11:30 a.m. • Sat.; 8 - 11 a.m.; Ladies’ Coffee: Mon. 10 - 11 a.m.
    Cards & Games: Mon. - Fri. 1-4 p.m.
    Meals (served 11:45 M-F)
    ($3 for Seniors 60 & up, Reserve day before by
    noon at 527-4213.)
        Thursday, Aug. 2: Rotisserie Chicken Qtr., Baked Potato w/SC., Carrot Coins, Oroweat Fiber Bread, Applesauce.

  • Mills County Sheriff 8/1/12

    Incidents
        July 14 – Jane Burchett of Henderson reported a burglary and theft.
        July 16 – Mackenzie Steinman of Glenwood reported a trespassing.
        July 16 – Lowell Forristall of Carson reported a theft.
        July 16 – Ames Construction of Burnsville, Minn., reported a theft.
        July 17 – Jake Bohrer of Malvern reported a theft.
        July 23 – Susie Webering of Glenwood reported a burglary and theft.

  • Glenwood Police Reports 8/1/12

    Incidents
        June 23 - Taylor Carter of Glenwood reported a harassment.
        July 13 - Anne Hoffmeier of Glenwood reported a harassment.
        July 14 - Becky Armstrong of Glenwood reported a serious assault.
        July 15 - Mediacom of Red Oak reported vandalism.
        Jacob Morrison of Glenwood reported an assault.
        July 16 - MidAmerican Energy of Glenwood reported criminal mischief.

  • Mills County District Court August 1, 2012

    Judge
    James Heckerman
        Billy Ray Hunter, Tabor – defendant admits to violating terms of probation, found to be in contempt of court, sentenced to 180 days in county jail with credit given for 36 days served, ordered to pay court costs and fees, released from probation.
        Troy Edward Grindle, Glenwood – third-degree theft and driving while license is barred (habitual offender), pleaded guilty, sentence suspended to two years probation, ordered to pay court costs and fees.

  • Six from area on all-Corner baseball squad

        Six area athletes were named to the All-Corner Conference baseball team released last week.
        Charlie Ruff, Daniel Duysen and Luke Schafer, all of East Mills, were tabbed as first team selections along with Fremont-Mills’ Corey Morrical, James Hill and Austin Switzer.
        League coaches, who vote on the team, awarded unanimous selection to Schafer, Nishnabotna’s Andrew Thompson, Levi Allen of Essex and Brendon Hardy of Sidney.

  • Born to Run

        Pixie Meier knew, almost from birth, her son Nate was going to be a football player.
    He weighed just 7.6 pounds at birth but at his two-week check up, he was nearly 11 pounds.
      “He never really stopped growing,” Pixie said.