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Today's News

  • School Board Approves Employee Raises

    The Glenwood School Board voted 4-1 last Monday at its monthly meeting to give across-the-board raises to the district’s classified non-union employees, non-certified union employees, administrators and Superintendent Dr. Stan Sibley.

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  • A&M Green Power opening Mills County store

    It may not look like much now but a pile of dirt near 190th Street just south of U.S. Highway 34 will soon be home to A&M Green Power's latest retail and office facility.

  • A&M Green Power opening Mills County store

    It may not look like much now but a pile of dirt near 190th Street just south of U.S. Highway 34 will soon be home to A&M Green Power's latest retail and office facility.

  • 'No Wiggle Room'

    Music students might have to conduct rehearsals in the wrestling room for a few weeks and lunches might have to be catered in from an off-site cafeteria, but the Glenwood Community School District is set on opening its new high school on Wednesday, Aug. 26.

    That’s the plan - at least for now.

  • 'No Wiggle Room'

    Music students might have to conduct rehearsals in the wrestling room for a few weeks and lunches might have to be catered in from an off-site cafeteria, but the Glenwood Community School District is set on opening its new high school on Wednesday, Aug. 26.

    That’s the plan - at least for now.

  • Thanking The Greatest Generation

    One of the most memorable experiences I’ve had as a journalist was the Honor Flight trip I took last September to Washington, D.C., with 100-plus World War II veterans from southwest Iowa.

    It was a privilege for me to accompany these special men and women to our nation’s capital to get a first-hand look at the memorial that’s been erected in their honor.

  • Glenwood girls fourth at Atlantic

    The Glenwood girls track team placed fourth at the Trojan/Trojann Co-Ed Invitational Track Meet on Friday in Atlantic.

    Despite missing some key team members to illness, the Rams still finished two spots higher at the meet than last season.

    “For the most part we ran pretty well,” said Glenwood coach Brad Rasmussen, noting his team's first place finish in the distance medley relay. “We were trying some different things that night, trying to see if Jenna (Turcotte) could run the 4x800 and turn around and anchor the distance medley and she did that.

  • Knight girls repeat at Corner Conference champs

    The Fremont-Mills girls track team won three gold medals and racked up 113 team points to win its second straight Corner Conference title last Tuesday.

    The Knights, running on its home track, won just two events at the conference meet but had double place winners in seven events to out pace co-runner's up East Mills and Villisca's 92 points.