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Today's News

  • Silver City Resident Running For County Board

        Rural Silver City resident Jack May said Monday that Mills County’s reluctance to repeal its building permit ordinances is behind his decision to run as Independent candidate by petition in the Nov. 2 election for a seat on the county board of supervisors.

  • Florian Running For Mills County Treasurer

        Longtime Mills County resident, Craig Florian of Glenwood recently announced his decision to run for the Office of Mills County Treasurer in the Nov. 2 general election. Florian, an Independent, will be on the ballot as a candidate by petition. He’s be opposing Republican Becky Dix Killpack.

  • County Attorney Withdraws From Election

        Some health issues have forced Mills County Attorney Marci McClellan to terminate her re-election campaign.
        McClellan formally withdrew from the Nov. 2 general election in a letter submitted to Mills County Auditor and Election Commissioner Carol Robertson on Aug. 20.

  • Outdoor Pool On November Ballot

    The Nov. 2 general election ballot for residents of the city of Glenwood will include a $2.2 million bond issue referendum that would provide partial funding for the construction of an outdoor swimming pool and aquatic center adjacent to the Mills County YMCA.

  • Comeback Kids

        SERGEANT BLUFF - Michael Lawler's field goal with :50 left in the game and a stifling  defensive effort carried Glenwood to a 9-7 come-from-behind season-opening victory at Sergeant Bluff-Luton on Friday.

  • Wolverines tame Tigers

        MALVERN – After spotting Woodbine a pair of first-quarter touchdowns, East Mills got its big-play offense on track in time to spark a 40-28 eight-man win over the visiting Tigers last Friday night before a partisan Wolverine crowd.

  • Lutheran Pastor Retiring

        Over the past four decades, he’s  spent 11 years as a parochial school teacher and 30 years as a pastor.
        Robert Lindau, who is formally retiring this week as pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church in Glenwood, has served his church well over the past four decades and is ready to move on to the next chapter of his life.

  • East Mills Reorganization?

        The Green Hills Area Education Agency will join the school boards from Nishna Valley and Malvern for a public hearing on Sept. 1 that could decide the future of the two districts that entered into a whole-grade sharing agreement nearly four years ago.

  • East Mills considering 'reorganization'

        The Green Hills Area Education Agency will join the school boards from Nishna Valley and Malvern for a public hearing on Sept. 1 that could decide the future of the two districts that entered into a whole-grade sharing agreement nearly four years ago.

  • P.J. councilman’s comments about Mexicans draw fire

        A Pacific Junction City Councilman is under fire after remarks he made in reference to Mexicans during last Monday's regular council meeting.
      Following a  request by The Opinion-Tribune for a copy of the audio recording of the meeting, Mayor Jim Lovely played the tape in the Pacific Junction City Hall on Tuesday.
        A voice on the recorder, who Lovely identified as Councilman Rodney G. Bents, can be heard saying, “Well, then don't be getting hit by a Mexican up in Omaha.”