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Today's News

  • Niles Eric Stanley, 56

    Niles Eric Stanley, 56, formerly of Thurman, died on June 29, 2015, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. A celebration of life service will be held Saturday, Aug. 1, 2015, at 11 a.m., at Peterson Mortuary in Glenwood with interment at a later dae.

    Niles was born Jan. 7, 1959, to Donald Ross and Mary Lola (Hill) Stanley, in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

    Niles is survived by his step-mother, Carol Stanley-Hohnholt of Omaha, Neb.

  • New East Mills Principal Eager For Start Of School Year

    MALVERN - Linda Rempe has spent most of her career in education 1,800 miles from her hometown in southeastern Iowa.

    But the Bonaparte native still calls Iowa home.

    Rempe was formally hired as the new East Mills Middle-High School principal on June 22. She succeeds out-going principal Andy Irwin, who accepted the activities director position at Shenandoah High School this spring.

    Rempe’s first official day on the job was July 1.

  • Creighton Program Brings Seminarians To On With Life

    Every summer, Creighton University gathers more than 100 seminarians as part of its Institute of Priestly Formation program.

  • Mills County District Court 7.15.15

    Judge Richard Davidson
        Caitlin Margaret Corley, Glenwood - O.W.I., pleaded guilty, one year deferred judgment, ordered to pay $1,250 civil penalty, court costs and fees.
        Kelly Nicole Hall, Omaha - O.W.I., pleaded guilty, one year deferred judgment, ordered to pay $1,250 civil penalty, court costs and fees.

    Judge Tim O’Grady
        Alexander  D. McKenzie, Omaha - O.W.I., pleaded guilty, sentence suspended to two days in county jail, ordered to pay $1,250 fine, court costs and fees.

  • Mills County District Court 7.8.15

    Judge Richard Davidson
        Caitlin Margaret Corley, Glenwood – O.W.I., pleaded guilty, one year deferred judgment, ordered to pay $1,250 civil penalty, court costs and fees.
        Kelly Nicole Hall, Omaha - O.W.I., pleaded guilty, one year deferred judgment, ordered to pay $1,250 civil penalty, court costs and fees.

    Judge Tim O’Grady

  • Knights complete sweep of Stanton

    Fremont-Mills completed a Corner Conference baseball sweep of Stanton Thursday with a 12-3 victory.

    Fremont-Mills scored three runs in the first inning and piled on to their lead from there. The Knights (8-2 overall, 7-0 in the conference) scored two more in the third and four more in the fifth to take a commanding lead.

    Stanton scored late, but it wasn’t enough as the Knights completed the sweep.
    Brock Hansen went 2-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI. Lane Goodman meanwhile went 2-for-4 with a run scored and two RBIs.

  • Glynn inducted into Iowa Senior Games Hall of Fame

    Nothing was going to stop Kay Glynn from attending this year’s Iowa Senior Games.
    Certainly not surgery.

    Glynn wasn’t about to let previous surgeries keep her out of competing at the games. In 2013, Glynn had her hip resurfaced. A longtime osteoarthritis sufferer in her hip, Glynn got the surgery done late in the summer to alleviate the pain. Last year, Glynn tore her ACL, requiring another surgery.

    “It was back to surgery and I had to wait for another six months,” she said.

  • Glenwood falls on road at S.C. East

    Sioux City East built a 7-1 lead after four innings to turn away Glenwood in a non-conference baseball Friday in Sioux City.

    The Rams (11-8 overall, 9-6 in the conference) found themselves down 3-0 after an inning and 7-1 after four before trimming the lead to 7-5 with a four run fifth. But the Black Raiders responded with three runs in the bottom of the frame to extend their lead.

  • Rams 0-4 at Ankeny tournament

    The Glenwood softball team dropped four games last weekend at the Ankeny Softball Invitational.

    The Rams (11-8 overall, 9-6 in the conference) struggled to put runs on the board in the tournament that featured stiff competition but head coach Tom Horton thinks the competition can help his team heading into the post-season.

  • East Mills Hires New Principal

    MALVERN - East Mills has found its new principal.

    Linda Rempe was offered and accepted the junior-senior high school’s new principal job last week and was formally approved by the East Mills School Board in a special meeting last Monday at the school.

    East Mills Superintendent Paul Croghan said Rempe’s experience stood out among the five interviews Croghan and the district conducted in June.