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Today's News

  • 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.

  • Knights fall to Sidney in Corner championship

    FARRAGUT - The second time was not the charm for the Fremont-Mills volleyball team against Sidney in the finals of the Corner Conference Volleyball Tournament.

    The Knights opened the match strong but couldn’t hold back a strong Sidney attack as the Cowgirls recorded their second straight sweep of the Knights 24-26, 13-25, 13-25 en route to their first conference tournament crown in 20 years.

  • Malcom To Sign With Hawkeyes

    Matt Malcom will be remaining in black and gold for his collegiate wrestling career.

    Malcom, a Glenwood senior, has committed to the University of Iowa wrestling program. He is the first Ram to accept a Division I wrestling scholarship since Mitch Artist signed with Iowa State in 2005.

    “I just fit in really, really well I felt like with my style of wrestling and just the atmosphere,” Malcom said of his commitment to the Hawkeyes. “I love the coaches. Everything just fit perfectly.”

  • Glenwood Girls Second At Shen

    The Glenwood girls placed all five of its scorers in the top 20, including two runners in the top 10, to place second over at the Shenandoah Invitational Cross Country Meet Thursday.

    The Ram girls finished with 59 team points, just two points short of the host Fillies’ top point total of 57.

  • Knights Hold On For Sixth Win

    TABOR - Fremont-Mills got a homecoming scare from visiting Stanton Friday night, but held on for a 30-22 Eight-man, District 8 victory. The Knights improved to 6-0 with the win, while the Vikings fell to 4-2.

    ”I didn’t expect us to play as poorly on the offensive side,” Fremont-Mills head coach Jeremy Christiansen said. “They (Stanton) did a good job of keeping the ball out of our hands. Defensively, we held them in check until we had some breakdowns in coverage in the second half.”

  • Rams’ Wilwerding, Defense Dominate In Homecoming Win

    Kolten Wilwerding tossed a school-record six touchdown passes and the Glenwood defense was stifling in a 42-0 victory over Denison in front of a reporter-estimated crowd of 1,800 on Homecoming Night in Glenwood Friday.

    Four of Wilwerding’s record-breaking touchdown passes came in the first half while the Ram defense limited the Monarchs (0-6) to 47 yards on 27 first half plays in cruising to their first 6-0 start in school history.

  • Mills County Man Accused Of Killing Neighbor's Dog In Front Of Teens

    A Mills County man is facing an animal abuse charge and four counts of assault while displaying a dangerous weapon after shooting and killing a dog in front of teenagers who were walking with the animal along a gravel road.

    The incident occurred last month on Rains Ave. in southern Mills County, near U.S. Highway 275.