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Today's News

  • Lost In Transition

    The Glenwood Community School District opened its new high school on Aug. 27. Lost in the glare of the spotlight on the $22 million, state-of-the art building is Glenwood’s other new school.

    Classes began Aug. 26 at the new Glenwood Middle School, formerly Glenwood’s high school, just across the Keg Creek. The new middle school is a “big improvement” over the middle school’s former home in the Meyer Building on the Glenwood Resource Center campus, said first-year GMS Principal Heidi Stanley.

  • School Board Vote Is In

    Incumbent Dave Warren and newcomers Henry Clark and Dave Blum have been elected to seats on the Glenwood Board of Education.

    Warren, Clark and Blum were the top three vote-getters in Tuesday’s school board election, garnering 809, 697 and 526 votes respectively. Write-in candidate Cheryll Ross finished in fourth place, presumably receiving nearly all of the 382 write-in votes that were cast. Tim Harms received 313 votes, followed by Rex A. Ruth with 302, incumbent Bill Agan with 252 and Edward Lund with 212.

  • Knights win opener 44-7

    TABOR - The Fremont-Mills football team rode the momentum of two blocked punts and 286 yards rushing to a 44-7 season-opening victory over Shenandoah on Friday.

    “Some things stood out that didn't go as we planned, but overall for the game, 44-7, that's a pretty solid game,” said Knights coach Jeremy Christiansen following the win.

    The Knights' “pretty solid game” started quickly. After holding the Mustangs to a three-and-out on their first possession, Fremont-Mills drove down to

  • Knights win opener 44-7

    TABOR - The Fremont-Mills football team rode the momentum of two blocked punts and 286 yards rushing to a 44-7 season-opening victory over Shenandoah on Friday.

    “Some things stood out that didn't go as we planned, but overall for the game, 44-7, that's a pretty solid game,” said Knights coach Jeremy Christiansen following the win.

    The Knights' “pretty solid game” started quickly. After holding the Mustangs to a three-and-out on their first possession, Fremont-Mills drove down to

  • Falcons claw back, knock off Glenwood

    COUNCIL BLUFFS – Glenwood’s season-opening football game against St. Albert at Al Leber Field Friday night turned out to be a tale of two halves.

    The Rams held their own for the first two quarters of the game, outplaying the perennial Class 1A powerhouse on their way to a 6-0 halftime lead.

    The second half of the game, however, was a much different story. The Falcons scored 24 unanswered points after halftime before pulling away to a 31-12 victory.

  • Falcons claw back, knock off Glenwood

    COUNCIL BLUFFS – Glenwood’s season-opening football game against St. Albert at Al Leber Field Friday night turned out to be a tale of two halves.

    The Rams held their own for the first two quarters of the game, outplaying the perennial Class 1A powerhouse on their way to a 6-0 halftime lead.

    The second half of the game, however, was a much different story. The Falcons scored 24 unanswered points after halftime before pulling away to a 31-12 victory.

  • Wolverines take Woodbine to wood shed

    The East Mills football team exploded for 36 second quarter points to blow open a 6-6 ballgame en route to a 50-14 victory over Woodbine in a non-conference eight-man match up on Friday.

    “That first quarter was pretty tough,” said Irwin, whose team was deadlocked at 6-6 with the Tigers heading into the decisive second quarter. “Then in that second quarter we just sort of exploded and kind of created some celebration at that point in the game. It was a very good night for us passing but part of that was because we were able to get the running game going.”

  • Wolverines take Woodbine to wood shed

    The East Mills football team exploded for 36 second quarter points to blow open a 6-6 ballgame en route to a 50-14 victory over Woodbine in a non-conference eight-man match up on Friday.

    “That first quarter was pretty tough,” said Irwin, whose team was deadlocked at 6-6 with the Tigers heading into the decisive second quarter. “Then in that second quarter we just sort of exploded and kind of created some celebration at that point in the game. It was a very good night for us passing but part of that was because we were able to get the running game going.”

  • Brick Street Debate In Glenwood

    Brick streets have resurfaced as an issue of discussion and debate for the Glenwood City Council.

    Two Glenwood citizens – Jean Jaskierny and Linda Forman – attended council meetings in August to voice their displeasure with the city’s public works department for using concrete to repair a brick intersection at Coolidge and Hazel Street earlier this summer.

  • Brick Street Debate In Glenwood

    Brick streets have resurfaced as an issue of discussion and debate for the Glenwood City Council.

    Two Glenwood citizens – Jean Jaskierny and Linda Forman – attended council meetings in August to voice their displeasure with the city’s public works department for using concrete to repair a brick intersection at Coolidge and Hazel Street earlier this summer.