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Today's News

  • Rams trample Monarchs, improve to 16-5 on season

        The Glenwood girls basketball team improved to 16-5 on the season with an impressive 65-36 rout of Denison on Friday on the road in Hawkeye 10 Conference play.
        Glenwood jumped out to an early 10-2 lead, but the Monarchs  answered to pull within a point at 12-11 to end the first quarter.
        The game went back and forth during a fast paced second quarter, but each time Denison closed the gap, the Rams responded with a run of their own to keep the lead.

  • Semi-pro football team coming to Mills County

        Semi-professional football is coming to Mills County.
        The Mills County Militia will begin its inaugural season in the semi-pro Central Plains Football League this season with a home opener on March 19. The Militia will play its home games just east of Malvern.

  • Sidney ends East Mills girls’ season

        The East Mills girls basketball team’s season ended with a 65-18 loss to Sidney in the first round of the Class 1A Regionals on Thursday.
        The Cowgirls out-scored the Wolverines (3-15 overall, 2-9 in the Corner Conference) 21-6 in the first quarter and led 39-10 at halftime.

  • Monarchs hand Rams 74-43 loss

        The Glenwood boys basketball team suffered its worst defeat of the season on Friday with a 74-43 loss to Denison.

  • Rams fourth at district wrestling meet

        Glenwood wrestling coach Matt Dyer had mixed emotions following his team's finish at the Class 3A District Wrestling Meet on Saturday at Johnston High School.

  • GOP Lawmakers United On Labor Reform

    Yes, they support their governor in his desire to restructure wage and benefit compensation packages for state employees, but members of Mills County’s legislative delegation say they also stand firm behind the Glenwood Resource Center and its staff.

  • Drunk Driver Admits Fault

        The drunk driver that killed four motorcyclists last summer on Interstate 29 has pleaded guilty to four counts of vehicular homicide.
        Andrew Schlictemeier, 22, of Murray, Neb., is scheduled to be sentenced March 24 in Harrison County District Court. Under a plea agreement, he faces a penalty of up to 25 years in prison on each of the four counts. The Harrison County Attorney’s Office is asking for a 50-year sentence, but Schlictemeier could be paroled in 10 to 20 years.

  • City Weapons Ban

    The Glenwood City Council has passed a resolution that prohibits weapons from being brought into a building or onto a property owned, occupied or leased by the city of Glenwood.

        Under the resolution passed unanimously by the council Tuesday, Feb. 8, only persons with a professional permit to carry a weapon (certified law enforcement officers), will be permitted to possess a weapon on city property.

  • Ranking The Presidents

    President’s Day is Monday. We observe this day in February because it happens to be the birth month of George Washington, our first president, and Abraham Lincoln, the man many historians regard as our greatest president ever.

  • Website Change

    Beginning Wednesday, Feb. 16, The Opinion-Tribune’s website, www.opinion-tribune.com, will convert to a subscription-based news and information site. We’ll still offer our valued newspaper subscribers complete access to all of the news and features currently in our print product, plus a number of online-only features such as videos, slideshows, reader interaction and more.