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Today's News

  • Fremont-Mills downs East Mills 46-6

    MALVERN – Relying on its bruising running game, Fremont-Mills rolled to a 46-6 eight-man District 7 victory over East Mills Friday night.

    Fremont-Mills racked up over 400 yards of offense, including 339 on the ground, as the Knights improved to 2-1 on the season and 1-0 in district play. East Mills dropped to 0-3 overall and 0-1 in the district.

  • Glenwood Woman Facing Felony Charges Related To Death of Her 8-Year-Old Daughter

    A 34-year-old Glenwood woman is facing felony charges related to the death of her 8-year-old daughter last year.

    Misty Dawn Frazier was arrested Monday and charged with child endangerment resulting in death, a Class B felony, and distributing a drug to a minor without a prescription, a Class C Felony. Frazier was being held in the Mills County Jail on a $35,000 cash only bond pending an initial appearance in magistrate court.

  • Glenwood wins Hawkeye 10 opener

    The Glenwood volleyball team went on the road and swept Atlantic in its Hawkeye 10 Conference opener Thursday.

    The Rams (6-4 overall, 1-0 in the conference) won the match 25-21, 25-15, 25-10.

    Head coach Chelsey Harvey attributed the team win to serving and defense – two points of emphasis in last week’s practices.

  • Glenwood rallies in second half for 24-14 road win

    COUNCIL BLUFFS - An out-of-synch first half gave way to a dominating second half as Glenwood rallied from 14-0 deficif to score the final 24 points in a 24-14 victory over Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson at Gale Wickersham Field Friday in Council Bluffs.

  • Glenwood grad finds competition, camaraderie in Japan baseball trip

    Baseball in Japan, they say, is what football is in America.

    For a week this August, Glenwood graduate A.J. Slaughter got an up close and personal look at a country where baseball is more than just a pastime.

  • Turnovers, penalties doom Knights in loss

    It was a non-district game filled with drama, but mistakes ultimately did in Fremont-Mills in a 42-35 loss at Stanton Friday.

    “I think both teams had the advantage multiple times during the game,” Fremont-Mills coach Jeremy Christensen said. “I think our turnovers killed us. Both teams played extremely well at times, and both matched that at the other end.”

    Fremont-Mills had six turnovers – a lost fumble and five interceptions. Stanton also had six turnovers, with three interceptions and three lost fumbles.

  • Grassley talks health care, tax reform in Glenwood

    Rural internet access.

    The national debt.

    Health care.

    Partisanship.

    North Korea.

    The Farm bill.

    These were just a few of the issues addressed by Sen. Charles Grassley in a questions and answers sessions at Glenwood City Hall Friday. The sit-down with the senator was one of several he had with constituents last week all over Iowa as part of his commitment to visit all of the state’s 99 counties.

  • Web series shot in Glenwood will debut this fall

    A web series shot partially in Glenwood will be available for download this fall.

    “Stuck,” a comedy-drama series focusing on a man coming to grips with his past and his choices, will debut its second season sometime this September. The 14-episode second season, which follows an eight episode season one that is available at wwww.stuckshow.com, focuses on the furthering story of 30-something Rob as he attempts to find himself and his past as he navigates his existential crisis.

  • Everything is sweet at Glenwood’s Sugar Makery

    Have a craving for something sweet?

    There’s a good chance you’ll find something to your liking at Glenwood’s newest business – Sugar Makery.
    As its name suggests, Sugar Makery is all things sweet.

    “Every thing we make is made with sugar,” co-owner Malcom McCue said.

    Located at 204 Sharp St., in a building that previously housed ice cream shops and restaurants, Sugar Makery is a popcorn shop, candy store and more.

  • Lessons to learn in Wolverines’ loss

    Youthful errors, players in different positions, and a skilled, athletic opponent from Stanton led to a 36-0 season-opening defeat for the East Mills football team Friday in Malvern.

    Despite the loss, the Wolverines – without a senior on the roster – began to hold their own physically as the game wore on.