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

Today's News

  • Helping Those In Need

    Happy holidays may not be a phrase that every family understands.  The flood of 2011 has left people out of their homes, out of jobs.  The economy continues to be down, and for many people, it is a struggle to obtain food, clothing and personal supplies.

         There is a place in Glenwood that can make many people’s lives a bit easier and their holidays a bit brighter.

  • City Hall Moving

    The city council has given its approval for the city of Glenwood to purchase the former Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints building on the northeast corner of the intersection of Sharp and Vine St.

  • First-degree Murder Charge Filed

    A first-degree murder charge was filed Monday against a 35-year-old Glenwood man in connection with the death of his infant son.

        In October, Jason Mathew Curtis was initially charged with child endangerment, neglect of a dependent person and willful injury after investigators from the Glenwood Police Department and Iowa Department of Criminal Investigation determined he was responsible for the July 14 death of his 5-month-old son, Jackson.

  • First-degree Murder Charge Filed

    A first-degree murder charge was filed Monday against a 35-year-old Glenwood man in connection with the death of his infant son.

        In October, Jason Mathew Curtis was initially charged with child endangerment, neglect of a dependent person and willful injury after investigators from the Glenwood Police Department and Iowa Department of Criminal Investigation determined he was responsible for the July 14 death of his 5-month-old son, Jackson.

  • Home Sweet Dome for Knights

        Fremont-Mills football coach Jeremy Christiansen was careful not to use the word “revenge” in describing his team's 69-26 thrashing of the team that eliminated his Knights in last year's state semifinals.

  • VOR Co-president

    Longtime Glenwood resident Sybil Finken has been elected to lead VOR, a national advocacy organization for people with intellectual disabilities. She will serve as the organization’s co-President, through June, with Ann Knighton from Augusta, Ga.

  • City Election Results

    p { margin-bottom: 0.08in; }

    2011 City Election Results - Mills County, Iowa

    GLENWOOD

    MAYOR

    Kimberly Clark - 123

    Write-ins – 2

  • Knights rumble into state semifinals

        MALVERN - For the second straight season, the Fremont-Mills football team will be finishing its season in the UNIDome in Cedar Falls.

  • Northbound I-29 Reopens

    The Iowa Department of Transportation expects the construction cones and barricades along an 8-mile stretch of Interstate 29 in Mills County will be removed in the next week.

        The opening of the northbound lanes of I-29 last week eliminated a crossover and head-to-head traffic in the southbound lane west of Glenwood. Southbound traffic will be restricted to one lane until restriping is completed.

  • Cyclones stop Rams in regionals

        The Glenwood volleyball season came to an end Thursday with a 25-13, 25-16, 25-18 loss to Harlan in the Regional semifinals Thursday in Harlan.