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Today's News

  • Knights down Sidney in Corner Conference

        The Fremont-Mills volleyball team swept Sidney 25-18, 27-25, 25-9 in Corner Conference volleyball last Tuesday.
        The Knights improve to 10-8 overall and 3-2 in the conference with the win.

  • Glenwood harriers strong at Shenandoah invite

        Mark Abrams stayed perfect on the year and the Glenwood boys once again nipped Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson for the team title at the Shenandoah Invitational on Thursday.
        Glenwood finished on top of the team standings with 44 points to Thomas Jefferson's 42 points. The Rams edged T.J. by a single point at the Harlan Invitational on Sept. 24.
        Mark Abrams ran away with his fifth meet title in as many tries with a time of 16:43. Cade Cleaveland of Riverside was second with a time of 17:04.

  • Kuemper hands Rams conference loss

        Glenwood lost a 14-25, 25-20, 18-25, 23-25 decision to Kuemper Catholic in Hawkeye 10 Conference volleyball on Thursday.
        “We played at a higher level tonight than we did on Tuesday,” said Glenwood coach Kara Huisman. “We gave ourselves a chance to win but just didn't finish. If we continue to play at the speed we did tonight, we will continue to get better and the wins will come."
        Glenwood (6-11 overall, 0-5 in the conference) was led by Morgan Lucy with 15 kills and four blocks.

  • Rams topple Tigers for first win of season

        RED OAK - The Glenwood Rams put a damper on the Red Oak High School’s Homecoming by defeating the Red Oak Tigers in 3A District 1 action, 35-14.

  • West Nile Virus

        The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) has confirmed a case of West Nile virus in an adult woman in Mills County. The confirmation comes on the heels of the announcement of confirmed cases in Pottawattamie County and Harrison County this month, and as public health officials continue to investigate several potential West Nile virus cases in western Iowa.

  • School Bus Transfer Point

        If all goes well, the Glenwood Middle School will be serving as more than a mid-point for the education of students in the district under a new plan approved by the Glenwood Board of Directors last Monday.
        The district received permision from the board to begin the process of making the middle school a "transfer point" for its busing fleet for the start of the 2012-2013 school year.

  • Damage Assessment

    MALVERN – It may be weeks or months before Mills County officials have a precise reading on the percentage of crops destroyed or damaged this year by flooding along the Missouri River and devastating hail and high winds that accompanied a pair of August thunderstorms, but there’s no doubt that production losses in the county will be substantial.

  • Knights rumble through Villisca

        The Fremont-Mills football team scored early, often and about every way possible in a 78-6 victory over Villisca on Friday.
        The Knights (5-0 overall, 3-0 in Eight-man, District 1) got kick off and punt returns for touchdowns by Josh Larsen, a fumble return for a score by Seth Phillips, a pair of touchdown passes by A.J. Scarborough and rushing touchdowns by Nate Meier, Spencer Phillips, Gabe Scarborough and Clayton Wilson in the 72-point rout.

  • Wolverines go 1-3 at Bedford Tournament

        The East Mills volleyball team went 1-3 at the Bedford Tournament on Saturday.
        The Wolverines lost their first three matches to the host Bulldogs 21-7, 21-15, Villisca 21-15, 21-14 and Lamoni 9-21, 21-14, 8-15 before defeating Walnut 21-13, 12-21, 15-11 in the tournament capper.

        “We came out with a lot of enthusiasm and played our best match of the day,” said Connie Viner-Blank of her team’s lone win at Bedford.

  • Abrams, Rams win Harlan invite

        Mark Abrams was first and James Fuller was fourth for the Glenwood cross country team as the Rams edged Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson at the Harlan Invite on Saturday.
        Abrams’ time of 16:56 was five seconds ahead of Fuller.
        Glenwood finished with 51 points to T.J.’s 52 points.
        Jeff Reeve added a sixth place finish for Glenwood.