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Today's News

  • Rams snap four-game skid with win over Cyclones

        Tyler Jensen entered Glenwood game against Harlan second on the team in three pointers.
        After Friday’s game, Jensen remained second on the team in made three’s but the 5-foot-7 senior took the lead in the clutch three pointer department.

  • Rams crown three at Hawk-10 meet

        CRESTON - The Glenwood wrestling team followed up its clinching of the Hawkeye 10 Conference regular season-title and a perfect dual season with a  second place showing at the conference tournament on Saturday in Creston.

  • New Library Director Being Hired

    Glenwood is expected to have its new public library director in place by the end of February.

    In a report to the Glenwood City Council at its regular meeting Tuesday, Jan. 22, Glenwood Library Board member Gary Johnson said a person has been selected to replace Angela Campbell, who is leaving the post in mid-February after accepting a position as the director of the public library system in Rock Island, Ill.

  • mills County District Court 1/30/13

    Judge Kathleen Kilnoski
    Craig Lee Hancock, Council Bluffs - O.W.I. (third offense), eluding law enforcement officers, pleaded guilty, sentence suspended to 30 days in county jail with credit for time already served, five years probation, driver’s license revoked for six years, ordered to pay $3,125 fine, court costs and fees; interference with officials acts, pleaded guilty, sentence suspended to five years probation, ordered to pay court costs and fees.

  • Glenwood Community School District Menu 1/30/13

    Glenwood Community Schools
    Jan. 31 - Feb. 6, 2013

    Breakfast
    (100% fruit juice and milk served with breakfast)
        Thursday - Breakfast Pizza
        Friday - Cereal & Crackers
        Monday - Cereal & Crackers
        Tuesday - Donut or Yogurt
        Wednesday – Pancakes & Sausage

    Lunch
        Thursday - Chicken Fajita, Steamed Corn, Broccoli Salad, Chilled Pears, Milk.

  • Mills County Sheriff Report 01/30/13

    Incidents
    Jan. 18 – Janett Babb of Glenwood reported an identity theft.
    Jan. 21 - Jack Palen of Hastings reported a burglary.
    Jan. 21 - Stephen Hollinger of Glenwood reported a burglary and theft.
    Accidents
    Jan. 17 – A vehicle driven by Jason Richmond was northbound on Levi Road when the driver lost control of the vehicle due to slick road conditions and rolled into the east ditch.

  • Principal Expects To Keep Her Job

    More than 10 days  after Glenwood Community High School Principal Kerry Newman was placed on paid administrative leave, school district students and parents remained in the dark as to the reasons why the principal is the subject of an internal investigation.

        Glenwood Community Schools Superintendent Devin Embray, who is heading the investigation, said Friday Newman’s status remains unchanged and the investigation is “on-going.”

  • Lockdown Drills At GCHS

    In light of the tragedy in Newtown, Conn. and other school shootings across the country, Glenwood Community High School is being proactive.

    Glenwood took time out during the class day last week to explain and stress the importance of lock-down procedures to students at school.

  • Erasing Early Retirement

    The Glenwood Community School District is doing away with its early retirement leave incentive for licensed and classified staff.

    The Glenwood Board of Education voted last Monday to forgo the policy that offers employees that have served the district for 15 consecutive years a one-time incentive financial package for early retirement. The board voted to retain the rates offered in the current incentive policy for the next three years. The incentive will be eliminated following the 2014-2015 school year.

  • Courthouse Expansion Moving Forward

    A relatively snowfree January has allowed workers to pick up some lost ground on the $1.5 million expansion and renovation of the Mills County Courthouse.

    Mills County Auditor Carol Robertson said Friday work had fallen about two weeks behind, but the absence of snowfall and unseasonably warm temperatures last week helped get the project back on track.