Today's News

  • Glenwood places fifth at LC Invite

    The Glenwood boys cross country team placed fifth at the Council Bluffs Lewis Central Invitational Saturday at Iowa Western Community College.

    Plattsmouth took home the team title with 38 points led by top medal winner Corey Kress. Kress bested the field with a time of 16:44.06, nine seconds better than second place Brendon O’Brien of Lewis Central.

    The Rams’ 127 points trailed fourth place Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson by two points.

    Freshman Parson Convington led Glenwood with an 11th place finish time of 17:37.93.

  • Glenwood wins Atlantic tournament

    The Glenwood volleyball team won four of its five matches to win the team title at the Atlantic Invitational Volleyball Tournament Saturday.

    In the round robin tourney, the Rams (10-6) swept the host Trojans 21-4, 21-19, Council Bluffs St. Albert 21-14, 24-22 and Underwood 21-15, 23-21 and rallied in the final two sets to down Winterset 19-21, 21-15, 15-6 before falling to Treynor 14-21, 22-24 in the capper.

  • Hopkins’ big night lifts Wolverines

    HAMBURG - Josh Hopkins ran for a career-high 237 yards and five touchdowns and the East Mills defense limited Nishnabotna to 148 total yards in 44-13 victory in the Eight Man, District 8 opener for both teams Friday in Hamburg.

    A week after bulldozing West Harrison for 389 yards, 298 coming on the ground, in a 52-16 victory, East Mills and Hopkins were even better against the Blue Devils. The Wolverines racked up a season-high 501 yards Friday with 346 coming on the ground.

  • Rams rack up 546 yards in victory

    ATLANTIC - It’s hard to imagine a better offensive night for the Glenwood football team.

    A season-high 546 yards, including 288 rushing and 258 passing. A 28 point second quarter. A 10-year high 56 points.

    Oh, and the Rams just happened to move to 3-0 with their dominating 56-6 victory over Atlantic in the Class 3A, District 8 opener for both teams Friday in Atlantic.

  • Branstad Talks Economic Development During Mills County Visit

    PACIFIC JUNCTION - Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad last visited Mills County just over 11 months ago. The event that day was the ribbon cutting for the Highway 34 Bridge connecting U.S. Interstate 29 in Mills County and to Sarpy County and Highway 75 in Nebraska.

    Last Tuesday, Branstad was back in Pacific Junction for a stop at the Loess Hills Harley Davidson with some words on economic development and the power of infrastructure improvements on rural businesses.

  • Glenwood sweeps Atlantic in Hawk-10 volleyball

    Lyndie VanNess smacked 10 kills and Kaycee Clark eight to lead Glenwood in a 25-13, 25-11, 25-14 sweep of Atlantic in Hawkeye 10 Conference volleyball Thursday.

    “I was happy, overall, with our efforts,” said Glenwood coach Maria Jacobus.  “We had a consistent offense and did a  good job covering the floor on defense.  Our blocking got better as the night progressed and we had numerous players that contributed to the win.”  

  • Rams fourth at A.L. cross country invite

    The Glenwood boys and girls cross country teams both placed fourth at the 47th Annual Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln Cross Country Meet Saturday at Iowa Central Community College.

    Harlan took home the boys team title with 45 points. Glenwood was fourth with 143 team points.

    Phoenix Larned of Sioux City West took home the individual title with a time of 17:13.

  • Physical Wolverines dominate in 52-17 victory

    MONDAMIN - The East Mills football team’s game plan was simple in it’s first road game of the season: be physical on both sides of the ball.
    Mission accomplished.

    The Wolverines (2-0) set the tone early with a smashmouth, opening drive and then turned it over to their defense who dominated the line of scrimmage, limiting West Harrison to 12 net yards and zero first downs in the first half of a 52-16 victory at Mondamin Friday night.

  • Glenwood moves to 2-0 with rout of T.J.

    Glenwood dominated Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson from the opening kickoff Friday night en route to a lopsided 45-6 victory at Ram Memorial Field.

    The Rams improved to 2-0 while the Yellowjackets remained winless on the young season.

    “I’m really proud of our team. I thought they played hard,” Glenwood coach Cory Faust said. “We’re starting to practice better and I was happy to see it pay off on game night.

  • City Leaders Hoping To Regain Public Trust

    Financially speaking, it’s been a tough year at City Hall.

    The city administrator and elected leaders have been the subject of public criticism and skepticism since findings of an audit report released in January identified a nearly $300,000 deficit in the city of Glenwood’s general fund account and several shortcomings in the city’s day-to-day financial practices.