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Today's News

  • Rams sweep Shenandoah in Hawk-10 play

        The Glenwood volleyball team swept Shenandoah 25-20, 25-18 and 25-18 Hawkeye 10 Conference play last Tuesday.
         “Tonight was a great night for Glenwood Volleyball.  Freshman, junior varsity, and varsity all completed the night with wins,” said Glenwood coach Kara Huisman. “We did some great things and it is exciting to see us continue to improve.”
        Morgan Lucy led an aggressive Glenwood attack with 14 kills.

  • Knights shutout Essex, move to 4-0

        The Fremont-Mills football team improved to 4-0 on the season with a 66-0 victory over Essex on Friday in Tabor.

  • Opinion-Tribune Delivery Delayed 1 Day

    Due to a mechanical problem at the printing plant in Red Oak, The Opinion-Tribune was printed one day late this week. Single copies of the September 15 issue are now available from normal vendors.

    Subscribers in Mills County should receive their newspaper in the mail on Thursday.

    We regret the inconvenience.

  • ANNIVERSARY - Dale & Gale Spetman (25)

        Dale and Gayle Spetman are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary with a dinner and dance on Saturday, Sept. 18, at the Mineola Community Center.


        The dinner begins at 6 p.m. with the dance to follow from 8 p.m. to midnight.
        The Spetmans were married on Sept. 7, 1985, in the park gazebo on
    Main Street in Silver City.
     

  • Whistle Stop Days

        The 2010 Pacific Junction Whistle Stop Committee has announced its line-up for this year's events.  
        On Thursday, Sept. 16, there will be a Texas Hold'em Tournament beginning at 7 p.m. sharp at the Junction Bar – a $50 buy in with half the proceeds donated to Whistle Stop Days.  

  • Fatal Accident In Mills County

        HASTINGS - A 46-year-old Emerson man died in a crash Friday afternoon, Sept. 10, on U.S. Highway 34 near Hastings.

  • Big 10 Summit In Mills County

        I must have read my invitation wrong, but I thought last Thursday’s gathering in western Mills County was supposed to be a groundbreaking celebration for the new U.S. Highway 34 - Missouri River bridge project.
        I didn’t know it was going to turn into a summit to discuss Nebraska’s move to the Big 10 Conference and the future rivalry between the Husker and Hawkeye football teams.

  • PJ Council Controversy

        PACIFIC JUNCTION - A Pacific Junction City Council meeting ended abruptly last Tuesday after the council failed to pass its agenda for the meeting.
        According to Iowa Code, a local board, council or commission acting as a government body must approve that meeting’s agenda before considering new business. At last Tuesday’s meeting, the council declined to approve the agenda. In Jim Lovely’s nearly 10 years as Pacific Junction mayor, this was the first time he can recall where a consent agenda failed to pass.

  • Glenwood girls fourth at Clarinda Invite

        The Glenwood girls cross country team had two runners in the top 12 to place fourth as a team at the Clarinda Invitational last Tuesday.

  • Wolverines can’t get past Vikings

        MALVERN - The way East Mills and Stanton began their district opener last Friday, with both teams scoring on their opening possessions, the reporter-estimated crowd of 400 on hand probably thought they were in for an offensive shootout.