Today's News

  • Glenwood Police Reports

        March 3 – Paul Hill of Pacific Junction reported an attempted burglary.
        March 12 – Amanda Dalton of Glenwood reported a theft.
        Yoder Construction of Treynor reported a theft.
        March 13 – Douglas Wise of Omaha reported  criminal mischief.
        March 17 – Glenwood West Elementary School  reported a burglary and theft.
        Clifford Stoppel of Glenwood reported criminal mischief.

  • Mills County Sheriff

        March 19 – Julie Bailey of Malvern reported a burglary.
     Robert Opdyke of Malvern reported a burglary.
        Vanderhaags of Council Bluffs reported a theft.
        Deb Coleman of Malvern reported a burglary.
        Mid-American Energy of Council Bluffs reported a theft and criminal mischief.
        Vector Fleet of Pacific Junction reported criminal mischief.

  • Rams take top honors at southern division meet

        The Glenwood boys track team won 13 of the 18 events to take home top honors at the Hawkeye 10 Conference Southern Division Meet at Shenandoah last week.

  • Glenwood girls second at meet

        The Glenwood girls track team placed second at its first outdoor meet of the season last week.

  • Glenwood opens season with 5-0 victory

        The Glenwood boys soccer team got a pair of goals from Trenton McNeel and one each from Riley Townsend, Blake Beier and Payton Kalambokidis in a 5-0 season-opening victory over Tri-Center on Thursday.

  • Career Transitions

    If there is one thing Stan Winquist hopes his students learn in his career transitions class, it’s all the things he didn’t learn before leaving high school and college and entering the workforce.

        “It all comes down to teaching the things I wish someone would have taught me,” Winquist said. “Most of what I’m teaching them is what I learned because I screwed up and I don’t want it to happen to somebody else.

  • A Passion For Giving

    Rachel Salerno wants to help people, no matter their age, vitality or nationality.

  • National Champions

    When you hear about a team winning a national
    championship, you assume some type of athletic competition was involved, right?

        Maybe football, basketball or baseball.
        Ever heard of a team winning a national championship for donating blood?
        That’s exactly what a

  • Golf Carts On The Street

    There wasn’t a big line. In fact, there was no line. But Tim O’Connor still wanted to be the first one in it.

        O’Connor was the first Glenwood resident to seek and be granted a permit to drive his golf cart on Glenwood’s residential streets last week. Last October, Glenwood’s City Council approved an ordinance to allow citizens to operate golf carts on city streets, with a vehicle safety check and a special permit.
        The new ordinance goes into affect April 1.

  • Henderson Community News

    By Wanda Williams
        My it was 80° yesterday – so it seems like spring has arrived. Sounds like it is going to stay very warm for the next few days.
        Neva and De Laine Slump and Darrell and Bev Lewis spent several days at their respective Lake of the Ozark homes.
        Taylor Lauridsen and Tyler Skokan of Mineola were visitors with Ken and Mary Lauridsen one day last week.