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Today's News

  • On The Move?

        The Glenwood Board of Directors voted unanimously in approval on Monday to proceed with the purchase of a parcel of land with the intent of relocating the district’s bus barn and maintenance facilities.

  • Pool Proposal

        An outdoor swimming pool being proposed for the city of Glenwood will be the focus of discussion at a public forum Monday night, Oct. 18, at the Mills County YMCA community room. The forum begins at 7 p.m.

  • Knights, Wolverines stopped in Corner Conference tourney

        The Fremont-Mills volleyball team swept East Mills 25-4, 25-10, 25-19 in the opening round of the Corner Conference volleyball tournament last Monday.
        The second seeded Knights (21-3) used its aggressive attack (31 kills) and took advantage of some Wolverine (1-19) errors in the win.

  • East Mills wins in rout, 60-18

        In what head coach Andy Irwin called his team’s most “complete” performance of the season the East Mills football team rang up 536 yards of total offense in a 60-18 victory over Nishnabotna on Friday.

  • Glenwood girls ninth at Atlantic

        In a crowded 21 team field, the Glenwood girls cross country team placed ninth at the Atlantic Invitational on Thursday.

        Tri-Center was the meet champion with 81 team points. Dallas Center-Grimes was the runner up with 104 points and Harlan was third with 130.
        The Rams’ compiled 239 points, 10 points behind eighth place A-D-M.

  • Glenwood downs L.C. in five games

        The Glenwood volleyball team defeated Council Bluffs Lewis Central 25-27, 25-17, 25-19, and 15-12 in a Hawkeye 10 Conference match on Thursday.
        “That was a fantastic night of volleyball,” said Glenwood coach Kara Huisman. “Shelby Brewster and Megan McKern came off the bench and provided us with great play.  Lexi Fisher continues to be a constant force in all areas of the game.  We have prepared for that type of match and it was a great night for our seniors and team."

  • Huskies run game too much for Rams on road

        The Glenwood football team struggled to slow a physical Winterset offense in a 40-7 loss Class 3A, District 1 loss on Friday.

        Winterset ran the ball on 62 of its 73 plays from scrimmage. Their three-back, power running offense ground out 354 yards on the ground, mostly running right at the Rams.

  • Knights pass Sidney test

        TABOR - A slow start and some untimely penalties couldn’t dampen a Fremont-Mills offense that exploded for 30 second-quarter points in a 56-11 rout of Sidney on Friday in Eight-Man, District 8 football.

        The Knights (7-0 overall, 5-0 in the district) started slowly against the 4-3 Cowboys, having two touchdowns nullified by penalties in the first 15 minutes and leading just 16-3 with just under 10 minutes to go in the first half before finding their rhythm.

  • Schafer’s big night dooms Bluejays

        Luke Schafer threw five touchdown passes and ran for three more for the East Mills football team in a 54-7 victory over Villisca in Eight-Man, District 8 action on Friday.
        The Wolverines (4-2 overall, 3-1 in the district) led 52-0 at the half before the starters gave way to reserves the final two quarters.
        East Mills totaled 366 yards of total offense, 182 of it coming on the ground and the other 184 coming through the air, while holding the Bluejays to 46 total yards.

  • Wolverines get first win, fall in home finale

        The East Mills volleyball team lost its home finale 25-21, 16-25, 25-15, 25-14 to Sidney on Thursday.  
        “We dug ourselves a hole early in game one and fought back to close the gap,” said East Mills coach Connie Blank.  “Game two we played really well for the win.  However in games three and four our serve receive struggled and we just didn’t put it together.”