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Today's News

  • More Stop Lights In Glenwood?

    A Glenwood resident has asked the city council to consider installing traffic signal lights at the intersection of Nuckolls Street and Locust.

        Tim O’Connor made his request to the council at its regular meeting last Tuesday, May 22, noting the sometimes heavy traffic flow on Locust can make it difficult for motorists to cross or enter the roadway from adjoining streets.
        Council member Craig Florian said he is sympathetic to O’Connor’s concerns.

  • Wolverines plate 18 in victory

        The East Mills baseball team won its conference opener 18-8 over Sidney last Tuesday.  
        “This game was much closer than the score indicates,” said East Mills coach Cole Buchholz.  “We scored 13 runs in the final two innings after trailing 7-5 going into the sixth.  Both teams made lots of errors, but we battled it out and put the ball in play.”
        Charlie Ruff got the win on the mound, allowing seven hits,  four earned runs, and striking out 10.  

  • Rams score nine goals in rout of Tri-Center

        The Glenwood girls soccer team closed out its regular season with a 9-0 rout of Tri-Center last Tuesday.

  • Rams down TJ, 7-5

        Grant Stivers got his second win and the Glenwood baseball team improved to 2-1 on the season with a 7-5 victory over Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson on Friday.

  • Glenwood softball off to 4-0 start

        The Glenwood girls smacked 14 hits and starting pitcher Lisa Nebel did not allow an earned run in an 8-2 non-conference softball victory over Griswold on Friday.

  • Glenwood falls in district final, 4-3

        ADEL - The Glenwood boys soccer team came up a goal short in its Class 2A district final on Saturday at Adel.

  • Political Forum

    Around 50 people turned out Thursday night at the county courthouse in Glenwood for a candidates' forum sponsored by the Mills County Republican Party Central Committee.

  • Relay For Life Ambassadors

    The 2012 Mills County Relay for Life is set for June 2-3 from 4 p.m. - 8 a.m. at Ram Memorial Field in Glenwood.

        More than 1,000 walkers are expected to participate in the annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.
        The Relay for Life committee has selected four ambassadors for this year’s event.

  • Glenwood defeats Missouri Valley, 6-0

        The Glenwood boys soccer team wrapped up its regular season on Thursday with a 6-0 rout of Missouri Valley.
        Tyler Jensen scored two goals and Blake Beier, Bryce Cap, Trenton McNeel and Ross Van Slyke each added a goal.
        For the game, Glenwood held a dominant 45-2 shots-on-goal advantage.
        Glenwood opens district play tonight at 5 p.m. at the Ram Soccer Fields.

    Glenwood 2,
    Denison 0

  • Newman, Tucker qualify for state tennis tournament

        Rachel Tucker and Grace Newman became just the third Glenwood doubles team to qualify for state after finishing second at the Class 1A, Region 2 meet in Red Oak on Thursday.