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Today's News

  • Wolverines get first win

        Katie Sowers and Devin Laughlin combined for 30 points as East Mills got its first win of the season with a 47-37 victory over Sidney on Friday.

  • East Mills boys basketball off to 4-0 start

        The East Mills boys basketball team had its 20-point first-half lead trimmed to as few as six in the second half before a fourth quarter Wolverines run put Sidney away 53-38 in Corner Conference basketball on Friday.

  • Rams sixth at West Des Moines tourney

        The trio of Glenwood wrestlers reached the finals and the Rams placed sixth as a team at the West Des Moines Valley Invitational on Saturday.

  • Creston downs Glenwood, 61-54

        Colby Taylor and Luke Neitzel combined for 35 points for Creston in a 61-54 victory over Glenwood in boys Hawkeye 10 Conference basketball on Friday.

  • Glenwood girls rout Creston, move to 5-0

        The Glenwood girls stayed perfect on the season with a 75-45 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory over Creston on Friday.

  • Williams, Fremont-Mills hot in 60-25 victory

        Macy Williams scored 22 points and Taryn Williams 11 for the Fremont-Mills girls basketball team in a 60-25 victory over Heartland Christian last Tuesday.
        The Knights dominated from the opening tip with a 20-2 run to start the game. Fremont-Mills also held a 41-22 rebounding edge and limited the Eagles to 27 percent shooting (10-of-37).
        Macy Williams made 10-of-15 shots, dished out six assists and grabbed five steals.

  • East Mills ISL Extended 5 Years

        MALVERN - The East Mills Community School District Board of Education has approved a renewal of the district's Instructional Support Levy (ISL) for an additional five years.

  • Santa Gig Began As Hobby For Glenwood Man

    Glenwood resident Bob Fisher started a holiday hobby that has lasted for 10 years -because of his son’s wedding.

        Fisher’s son, Christian, asked all the men in his wedding party to grow beards for the big day. Bob had never grown a beard , but eventually agreed.
        Bob’s wife, Jan, liked the sight of him with a beard and encouraged him to keep it after the wedding. At that point, she got an idea.

  • Santa Began As Hobby For Glenwood Man

    Glenwood resident Bob Fisher started a holiday hobby that has lasted for 10 years -because of his son’s wedding.

        Fisher’s son, Christian, asked all the men in his wedding party to grow beards for the big day. Bob had never grown a beard , but eventually agreed.
        Bob’s wife, Jan, liked the sight of him with a beard and encouraged him to keep it after the wedding. At that point, she got an idea.

  • Pearl Harbor Attack Touched Glenwood

    Seventy years ago today, on what started off as just another peaceful Sunday morning, news of an unimaginable event was relayed across America through a series of “special bulletin” radio broadcasts.

    The  Empire of Japan had carried out a surprise military attack on Pearl Harbor - a strategic U.S. naval base in Hawaii. The first reports indicated mass casualties and injuries, major destruction to U.S. battleships and aircraft, numerous buildings ablaze and a state of chaos in and around Pearl Harbor. War was imminent.