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Today's News

  • Malvern community news

    By Virginia Seipold
    624-8876
        Following hospitalization, Mildred Hardy spent two weeks in Unadilla, Neb., with Deb and Howard Isaacs. She returned to her home in Malvern Thursday, March 22. Randy Hardy of St. Joseph, Mo., has spent some time with Mildred.
        Raburn and Dixie Benton spent the month of February in Destin, Fla. While there, Raburn attended the Richard Brock Ag Symposium. They also visited Maida McClure, a former Malvern resident.

  • Glenwood Community Schools Menu April 12-18, 2012


    Breakfast
    (100% fruit juice and milk served with breakfast)
        Thursday - Breakfast Wrap
        Friday - Cereal & Crackers
        Monday - Cereal & Crackers
        Tuesday - Donut or Yogurt
        Wednesday - Breakfast Sandwich
    Lunch
        Thursday - Frito Pie, Steamed Green Beans, Chilled Mandarin Oranges, Cowboy Bread, Milk.
        Friday – Chicken Wrap, Steamed Corn, Fresh Grapes Cookie, Milk.

  • ENGAGEMENT - Kristina Jens / Brock Spangenberg

    Brock Spangenberg and Kristina Jens of Council Bluffs have announced their engagement.

        Spangenberg is the son of Randy and Angie Spangenberg of Red Oak. He played baseball at Highland Community College and Upper Iowa University, where he graduated with a degree in marketing. He is currently working at Farm Bureau Financial Services.

  • Federal Meth Conviction

        A 58-year-old Glenwood man has been sentenced in United States District Court to serve three years in federal prison for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
        David Andrew Stump was sentenced March 27 in Council Bluffs by U.S. District Court Judge John A. Jarvey. After serving his prison time, Stump will be on two years of supervised release and has been ordered to pay a $100 special assessment to the Crime Victim Fund.

  • Terror In The Darkness

    It’s been 10 years since a distraught man, dressed in full camouflage military fatigues and body armor and equipped with a semi-automatic assault rifle, opened fire on a Mills County Sheriff’s deputy and Glenwood police officer in the darkness of a Glenwood subdivision.

  • Jazz Choir Reaches Crescendo at State

    Escorted by the flashing lights of a cruiser from the Iowa State Patrol and serenaded by the sounds of a fire truck siren, Glenwood’s Rhapsody in Gold Jazz Choir returned home victorious last Wednesday from the Iowa Jazz Championships in Waverly.

        Qualifying for the state championships for only the second time in school history, Glenwood came away from the competition at Wartburg College with the No. 1 rating and state championship trophy for Class 3A.

  • Tabor Community news

    By Glendora Goodman
    629-1855
        Deepest sympathy to Bev Howard and her family on the loss of her great-grandson, “Little Charlie.” He was born and passed  Friday, March 16, at Mercy in Council Bluffs. His parents are Brett and Ranita Hiller and grandfather is Donnie Howard.
        Frances Clapper is home from New Mexico after a couple weeks there with her family. She enjoys the time with those little ones so much.

  • 4-H news

    Country Cousins

  • Malvern community news

    By Virginia Seipold
    624-8876
        Enjoying a St. Patrick’s Day dinner Sunday, March 18 with Roger and Orla Jean Jackson in their home were Lola Hasselquist, Calvin and LaDonna Deitchler and Vernita and Norman Kruse.
        The Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran Church, rural Hastings, met Wednesday, March 14, at the church.

  • Glenwood’s Giving Garden receives funds

    The Mills County Board of Supervisors voted to allot $1,500 from the Community Betterment Local Option Sales Tax Fund in support of Glenwood’s Giving Garden.   The funds will allow for an irrigation system to be installed at the garden site. The organizers of the garden would like to express their appreciation to the Board of Supervisors for this generous gift, which will greatly enhance the operation of the garden.