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Today's News

  • Water Bill Leaves Some Feeling Queasy

        I guess it was nice to learn that I wasn’t being singled out or picked on.
        Judging by some e-mails I’ve received in the past week, I wasn’t the only Glenwood resident slapped with a sizeable rate hike on my water and sewer bill this month from the Glenwood Municipal Utilities.

  • State Marching Band Contest

        Seventeen bands from western Iowa will perform before judges at Ram Memorial Field in Glenwood at Saturday’s Iowa State High School Marching Band Festival.

  • On The Move?

        The Glenwood Board of Directors voted unanimously in approval on Monday to proceed with the purchase of a parcel of land with the intent of relocating the district’s bus barn and maintenance facilities.

  • Pool Proposal

        An outdoor swimming pool being proposed for the city of Glenwood will be the focus of discussion at a public forum Monday night, Oct. 18, at the Mills County YMCA community room. The forum begins at 7 p.m.

  • Knights, Wolverines stopped in Corner Conference tourney

        The Fremont-Mills volleyball team swept East Mills 25-4, 25-10, 25-19 in the opening round of the Corner Conference volleyball tournament last Monday.
        The second seeded Knights (21-3) used its aggressive attack (31 kills) and took advantage of some Wolverine (1-19) errors in the win.

  • East Mills wins in rout, 60-18

        In what head coach Andy Irwin called his team’s most “complete” performance of the season the East Mills football team rang up 536 yards of total offense in a 60-18 victory over Nishnabotna on Friday.

  • Glenwood girls ninth at Atlantic

        In a crowded 21 team field, the Glenwood girls cross country team placed ninth at the Atlantic Invitational on Thursday.

        Tri-Center was the meet champion with 81 team points. Dallas Center-Grimes was the runner up with 104 points and Harlan was third with 130.
        The Rams’ compiled 239 points, 10 points behind eighth place A-D-M.

  • Glenwood downs L.C. in five games

        The Glenwood volleyball team defeated Council Bluffs Lewis Central 25-27, 25-17, 25-19, and 15-12 in a Hawkeye 10 Conference match on Thursday.
        “That was a fantastic night of volleyball,” said Glenwood coach Kara Huisman. “Shelby Brewster and Megan McKern came off the bench and provided us with great play.  Lexi Fisher continues to be a constant force in all areas of the game.  We have prepared for that type of match and it was a great night for our seniors and team."

  • Huskies run game too much for Rams on road

        The Glenwood football team struggled to slow a physical Winterset offense in a 40-7 loss Class 3A, District 1 loss on Friday.

        Winterset ran the ball on 62 of its 73 plays from scrimmage. Their three-back, power running offense ground out 354 yards on the ground, mostly running right at the Rams.

  • Knights pass Sidney test

        TABOR - A slow start and some untimely penalties couldn’t dampen a Fremont-Mills offense that exploded for 30 second-quarter points in a 56-11 rout of Sidney on Friday in Eight-Man, District 8 football.

        The Knights (7-0 overall, 5-0 in the district) started slowly against the 4-3 Cowboys, having two touchdowns nullified by penalties in the first 15 minutes and leading just 16-3 with just under 10 minutes to go in the first half before finding their rhythm.