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Today's News

  • Glenwood Aquatic Center Construction on Schedule

    Construction of the Glenwood Aquatic Center is still on schedule, members of the Glenwood City Council were told last week during their regular meeting.

  • Two Glenwood Art Teachers Earn Statewide Recognition

    The Art Educators of Iowa have selected Glenwood’s  Jeff Yoachim and Janiece Kinzle as two of the outstanding art teachers in Iowa.
    Kinzle is the organization’s Outstanding Elementary Art Education and Yoachim is the Outstanding Secondary Art Educator. Both received their awards at an Oct. 7 ceremony.

  • School Media Consultant Is District Staffer

    The public relations firm hired by the Glenwood Community School District to improve its social and traditional media presence is Storyteller Communications, LLC, not Texas-based Storyteller Communications, Inc., as mistakenly reported in the Oct. 21 edition of The Opinion-Tribune. The school district clarified the hiring after the Oct. 21 article was published.

  • City Candidates Take Center Stage At Public Forum

    A crowd of more than 130 potential voters eager to get a closer look at Glenwood City Council and mayoral candidates before the Nov. 3 city elections asked questions and participated in a straw poll Thursday in a candidate forum held at Glenwood Community High School.

    The event, which was spearheaded by Tim Becker, saw the seven city council candidates – Dan McComb, Ryan Roenfeld, Joe Sainato, Jeremy Wade Rodman, Todd Haggstrom, Laura Kuhl and Craig Florian – take the stage to introduce themselves to the audience and then take questions.

  • Ted Cruz’s Conservative Message Resonates at Glenwood Appearance

    Ted Cruz received a warm reception during a campaign stop in Glenwood Friday morning.

    The Republican presidential candidate shook hands, signed autographs, posed for photos and answered questions for about 45 minutes during an informal “meet and greet” that attracted an overflow crowd of around 100 people to The Gathering Place coffee shop.

  • Glenwood City Clean-Up Days Oct. 23-24

    Glenwood residents have an opportunity to dispose of unwanted junk this week.

    The city of Glenwood is sponsoring a citywide clean-up Friday and Saturday, Oct. 23-24. The city is providing dumpsters near the city baseball field at Vine and Tyson Streets.

    The cleanup will run from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. on both days.

  • Glenwood Businesses Joining Forces To Promote Hometown Shopping

    Eleven businesses are participating in the second annual Glenwood Shop Hop this weekend, an event designed to showcase Glenwood retailers and restaurants and encourage hometown shopping.

    Jeni Kirsch, owner of jWren boutique on the west side of Town Square, said the event is a prelude to “Small Business Saturday” which is held annually on the Saturday after Thanksgiving.

  • Lt. Governor Takes in Town Square

    Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds spent time in Glenwood Friday morning, visiting businesses around Town Square.

    Her visit, hosted by the Glenwood Area Chamber of Commerce, included stops at Vine Street Cellars winery, Joe Designer, Kenkel Family Chiropractic, the Gathering Place and a pair of boutiques - Mitzi Mo’s and jWren.

    Reynolds said she was impressed by the appearance of Glenwood’s business district and encouraged city leaders to promote a healthy business environment.

  • Rams drop third straight

    Glenwood dropped it’s third straight match to a Hawkeye 10 Conference opponent with 20-25, 23-25, 19-25 setback to Creston Thursday.

    The Rams (14-7 overall, 4-2 in the conference) recorded 25 kills on .129 hitting but never seemed to match the Panther’s consistency at the net.

    “Creston was very consistent in their attack,” said Glenwood coach Maria Jacobus. “We made more offensive errors than usual, but our serving and serve receive were strong.”

  • Knights come up short to Lenox

    TABOR - Spencer Brown’s touchdown catch with 25 seconds left gave state ranked No. 6 ranked Lenox a 40-34 victory over previously No. 2 ranked Fremont-Mills and sole possession of first place in Eight-Man, District 8 Friday night in Tabor.

    For the better part of 47 minutes the two previously unbeaten, state ranked teams battled to a draw until the Tigers marched 55 yards in eight plays in the final 2:42 to seal the win on the Carson Cline to the 6-foot-8, 240 pound Brown pass from seven yards out.