.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • Glenwood baseball gets past Wahoo, 12-3

        Josh Keim and Taylor Kaufman both homered for the Glenwood baseball team in a 12-3, five inning victory over Wahoo, Neb. at the Omaha South Tournament on Sunday.
        Keim finished with two hits and two RBIs.
        Tyler Jensen added two hits and an RBI.
        Grant Stivers earned the win pitching a complete-game and allowing five hits and three earned runs while striking out five.

  • F-M swats Blue Devils, Eagles to advance to regional semis

        TABOR - The Fremont-Mills softball team advanced to the Class 1A Region 8 semifinals with a 2-1 victory over Underwood on Friday.

  • Rams advance to district semis

        Molly Bryan allowed one hit through six innings and smacked a two-run homer to help Glenwood to a 6-1 Class 3A, Region 8 quarterfinal win over Atlantic on Saturday.

  • Mills County Flooding Update

    On Friday, Mills County Emergency Management Director Larry Hurst provided an update to The Opinion-Tribune on the latest flood situation during a five-hour tour and assessment of the Missouri River levee systems and lowland flooding in western Mills County. Hurst said roads and agricultural fields are being lost daily as surface waters rise.

     

  • Governor Gets 'First-hand Look' At Flood-fighting Efforts

    PACIFIC JUNCTION – Gov. Terry Branstad visited Mills County Wednesday afternoon to assess Missouri River flood damage and get a personal look at the flood prevention efforts being carried out by local governmental agencies, homeowners and private businesses.

  • Glenwood School Board, Attorney Discuss District's Construction Bid Process

    Glenwood Community School District Superintendent Devin Embray hopes a procedural change to the district’s construction bid process and how those contracts are awarded can prevent the kind of issues that have shrouded a concession stand project in controversy and resulted in a board member’s resignation.

  • Humane Society Ceases Operations

    The future of the Loess Hills Humane Society’s animal shelter  in Mills County (21600 221st St.) is in question following a formal announcement last week that the facility has been closed indefinitely, and LHHS has not renewed its animal control contracts with Mills County or the cities of Glenwood and Pacific Junction.

  • More Road Closures

    A levee breach along the Missouri River near Percival Thursday morning coincided with the closing of another portion of Interstate 29 in western Iowa.

        The interstate was closed Thursday at the Bartlett exit (Exit 24) in Fremont County and detour signs encouraged southbound motorists on I-29 to exit at the Glenwood interchange (Exit 35) so they could head east on Highway 34 to connect with Highway 275,  Highway 59 or Highway 71 to continue southbound travel.

  • Ram softball splits with Monarchs

        After coming out “flat” in a 7-0 game-one loss to Denison, the Glenwood softball team re-grouped and bounced back for a 4-3 win in the second game to split a Hawkeye 10 Conference double-header on Thursday.

  • Knights drop Wolverines on diamond, 9-2

        The Fremont-Mills baseball team got 11 hits at the plate and 6 1/3 innings of strong pitching from Clayton Wilson on the mound in a 9-2 Corner Conference victory over East Mills on Friday.
        With the win, the Knights (12-4, 11-3 in the conference) complete the season sweep of East Mills.
        Wilson was dominant at times on the hill, scattering three hits and alowing no earned runs, while fanning seven over 6 1/3 innings of work to run his record to 3-2 on the season. Wilson also helped his own cause with two hits.