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Today's News

  • County attorney says lack of evidence leads to dismissal of charges against three in Sept. 27 altercation

    Charges against three men involved in an altercation outside Glenwood Community High School Principal Richard Hutchinson’s residence have been dropped.

    Colton McDaniel, 21, and Denver Cook, 19, faced charges following an altercation with Hutchinson and his stepson, Hurl Beechum III, on Sept. 27, that left McDaniel with two gun shot wounds to the leg. McDaniel was charged with assault causing bodily injury, a misdemeanor. Cook faced a charge of willful injury, a felony, and a misdemeanor charge of assault causing bodily injury.

  • Leaky Roof Remains A Concern At Library

    More than two years after a nearly $200,000 restoration project was completed at the Glenwood Public Library, the facility continues to be plagued by a leaky roof.

    Library board member Terry Craig voiced concerns about the leak to members of the Glenwood City Council at a meeting in late December, noting the situation has existed for several months.

  • Doodle's Building Demolition Beginning This Week

    Demolition of the former Doodle’s restaurant building, southwest of Glenwood’s Town Square, has begun.

    Workers from Council Bluffs-based Cox Construction were at the site Monday doing some preliminary work and removing a variety of items from the building.

  • 'No Regrets'

    Kim Clark’s political career owes a lot to the advice she didn’t take.

    Clark, who wrapped up her third and final term in the Glenwood Mayor’s Office Jan. 1, decided to run for the Glenwood City Council nearly a decade ago on essentially a whim.

    “There was no one running in Ward 3,” said Clark, who is a 15-year deputy with the Mills County Sheriff’s Office. “And I got elected on a write in. It was just a spur of the moment thing that lasted 10 years.”

  • City's Fiscal Year Ended With $116,000 General Fund Deficit

    According to a financial report submitted to the state of Iowa, the city of Glenwood’s general fund had a deficit of $116,140 at the conclusion of the 2014-2015 fiscal year that ended June 30.

    The 2015 fiscal year deficit marks the second consecutive year the city’s general fund has ended the year in the red. The general fund deficit was $297,000 at the conclusion of the 2014 fiscal year.

    The financial report was submitted to the state in November by the city’s auditing firm – Council Bluffs-based Hamilton and Associates.

  • Doodles Building Owner Issued Nuisance Abatement Notice

    The city of Glenwood has served a nuisance abatement notice to the owners of the Doodle’s restaurant building that’s been sitting idle since an exterior wall on the structure began collapsing 31 days ago.

  • City Approves Additional Funds For Aquatic Center Engineers

    JEO Consulting will receive at least an additional $17,827 from the city of Glenwood for “additional time and expense” the Omaha-based engineering and consulting firm says it spent from May-July helping the city alter and scale back the design of its outdoor aquatic center.

  • Glenwood opens season with victory over Thomas Jefferson

    COUNCIL BLUFFS - The beginning was a lot sharper than the end, but the Glenwood girls basketball team earned a season-opening 53-45 victory over Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson last Tuesday.

    The Rams opened the game on a 10-0 run, held the Yellowjackets without a point for the game’s first six minutes and led by as many 28 in the first half before taking a 41-17 lead into halftime. The Rams’ Danika Lucy had 14 of her game-high 22 points in the first half to nearly out-score the Yellowjackets.

  • Comic book coming to life at Glenwood library

    A comic book is coming to life at the Glenwood Public Library.

    More than a dozen members of the Teen Advisory group are creating the book, which is expected to be completed in December.

    Each Teen Advisory member is drawing his or her own page with a specific theme.
    Sarah Clayton’s page in the book is about a potato that kidnapped a carrot princess and the other carrots in her kingdom are rallying to rescue her.

  • Home for the Holidays festivities kick-off Dec. 3

    Caroling and the traditional tree-lighting ceremony Thursday evening on Town Square will help kick off the Glenwood Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Home for the Holidays celebration. The following festivities are planned as part of the four-day event:

    Thursday, Dec. 3
    4:30 p.m. - Coffee and cocoa served at City Hall (5 Vine St.) by Glenwood Area Chamber of Commerce and Black Hills Energy.
    5:15 p.m. - Caroling and tree-lighting ceremony on southeast corner of Town Square.