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Today's News

  • Amphitheater Work Underway

    Construction workers were literally hanging from the rafters of the Davies Amphitheater last week as extensive restoration work on the 33-year-old facility got underway.

    “Things are moving along down there pretty well,” Davies Amphitheater manager Gordon Woodrow said Monday. “I guess we’re talking another couple weeks for this first phase.”

  • Barrus Road Truck Traffic Fuels Concerns

    MINEOLA - Mills County Engineer Kevin Mayberry said his office has fielded numerous complaints about the heavy truck traffic on Barrus Road, but believes the concerns expressed by area residents are being addressed.

    “We do deal with complaints, pretty much every week,” Mayberry said. “There are things we try to address and make adjustments on.”

  • Wolverines suffer 15-11 loss on road

    The East Mills baseball team suffered a 15-11 road loss on Friday at Villisca.
    The Wolverines (2-7 overall, 2-4 in the Corner Conference) had led 7-2 after four innings but the Bluejays rallied to score seven runs in the fifth and four more in the sixth to pull away.

  • Knights win in extra innings

    Fremont-Mills pushed a run across in the top of the 10th inning to escape Sidney with a 5-4 victory on Friday.

    Mackenzy Lang was dominant on the hill for the Knights allowing five hits and four earned runs while striking out a career-high 16. But Lang didn’t factor in the decision as the sophomore gave way to senior Clayton Wilson for the final two innings. Wilson earned the win striking ouT five of the six batters he faced.

  • Ram bats quiet in 5-3 loss to Sioux City East

    Sioux City East edged Glenwood 5-3 in a non-conference softball match last Wednesday.

    Both teams got off to good early starts at the plate with Glenwood leading 2-1 after an inning. But it was the Black Raiders’ offense that took control from there, scoring two more runs in the second and again in the fourth.

    “I was disappointed in our effort,” said Glenwood coach Tim Stanton. “We play the way we’re capable of playing. I give East credit, they played hard. And we looked like we were waiting for it to happen and it never did.”

  • F-M splits pair at Lennox tourney

    The Fremont-Mills softball team was 1-1 at the Lenox Softball Invitational on Saturday.

    The Knights (7-4 overall, 3-2 in the Corner Conference) dropped a 6-5 decision to host Lenox and earned a 11-1 win over Adair-Casey on Saturday.

    Kendall Fichter had six hits, including a home run and double in the two games. The senior catcher also drove in five runs and scored three runs.
    Madison Powers and Brandi Beem each added three hits.

    Powers took the loss in the circle against Lenox allowing five hits and three earned runs while striking out seven.

  • Glenwood summer food program 6/12/13

        The Summer Food Service Program is sponsored by the Glenwood Community School District and is free to all children ages 18 and under. The program will run until Wednesday, Aug. 7 at the following locations and times:
        Glenwood Middle School, 400 Sivers Road. Breakfast is served 8 - 9 a.m., lunch from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
        Kid’s Place Daycare, 103 Central, first floor at the Glenwood Resource Center campus. Breakfast is served 8 - 9 a.m., lunch from 11 a.m. – noon. Limited seating is available.

  • Mills County Sheriff Report 6/12/13

    Incidents
        June 3 - Dianna Knop of Emerson reported a theft.
     

  • Glenwood Police Reports 6/12/13

    Incidents
        May 21 – Mediacom of Red Oak reported a theft.
        May 30 – Western Inn motel of Glenwood reported a theft.
        June 1 – Debra Decair of Glenwood reported  a burglary to her vehicle and a theft.
        June 1 - James Messinger of Glenwood reported criminal mischief.

  • Main Street Restoration

    MALVERN - In an effort to revitalize the business district in Malvern, the Malvern Area Betterment Association (MABA) has accepted ownership of two neglected buildings located at 401 and 403 Main Street.
     
    Both buildings have been vacant for many years and have fallen into disrepair. The previous owner of the buildings donated both structures, first erected in 1895 and 1910, to MABA earlier this spring. The 401 Main brick structure housed First National Bank in earlier years while the 403 Main building is commonly referred to as the “Wagon Wheel.”