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Today's News

  • Mills County District Court 5/7/14

    Judge Kathleen Kilnoscki

        Myron Lee Brandon, Griswold - interference with official acts causing bodily injury, pleaded guilty, sentenced to 30 days in county jail with credit for time served, ordered to pay $315 fine, court costs and fees.
        Jeffrey Scott Iddings, Sioux City - found to be in contempt of court on original charge of indecent exposure, sentenced to 60 days in county jail, released from probation.

  • Glenwood School Menu 4.30.14

    Glenwood Community Schools May 1-7

    Breakfast
    (100% fruit juice and milk served with breakfast)
    Thursday - Cinnamon roll and cheese stick.
    Friday - Breakfast wrap.
    Monday - Cereal and crackers.
    Tuesday - Muffin and animal crackers.
    Wednesday - Pancake and syrup.

    Lunch
    Thursday – Sloppy Joe, baked French fries, baked beans, fresh apple slices, milk.
    Friday – Quesadilla, steamed corn, cherry tomatoes, chilled peaches, sherbet cup, milk.

  • Glenwood boys soccer stays perfect in Hawk-10

    The Glenwood boys soccer team improved to 5-2 on the season and 3-0 in the Hawkeye 10 Conference with a 2-0 victory over Kuemper Catholic Thursday.

    The Rams, who won on a penalty kick in overtime last season over the Knights, didn’t need any late game heroics. Just some creative offense, said Glenwood coach Shane Keeling.

    “We knew Kuemper would be physical,” Keeling said. “And they were just that. They had rock solid fullbacks.”

  • Knights third at Cardette Relays

    The Fremont-Mills girls track team placed third at the Cardette Relays in Treynor last Tuesday.

    The host Cardettes won the meet, racking up 100 team points to runner-up Woodbine’s 80. The Knights finished with 72 points.

    Fremont-Mills got gold medals from Kelsey Hurley in the 100-meters, 200-meters and the high jump.

    Taryn Williams added a gold in the 100-meter hurdles and a silver in long jump.

  • Rams improve to 4-0 in boys tennis

    After four wins in singles, Glenwood won its first two doubles matches to take the victory 6-3 over Harlan in Hawkeye 10 Conference tennis last Tuesday.

    The Rams’ Cole Peckham, Max Chavez, Alex Chekal and Aaron Bertini all won their singles matches.

  • Starner is new Glenwood softball coach

    Mark Starner has been tabbed to replace Tim Stanton as Glenwood’s softball coach.

    Starner takes over for Stanton who resigned after 11 seasons and a record of 264-151, including two Hawkeye 10 Conference titles.

  • Embray seventh in shot at Drake

    Glenwood’s Jacy Embray placed seventh in the shot put at the Drake Relays on Thursday to lead all Ram qualifiers at the event gathering the state and the region’s top track talents.

    Embray, the Glenwood girls’ first thrower to qualify for Drake since 2004, reached the finals in the shot and placed seventh after recording a top toss of 39 feet, four inches. Embray’s throw was the school’s third best all time.

  • East Mills fourth, F-M seventh at Shen

    Travis Tupper and Sam Rew each won a gold medal for East Mills at the Mustang Relays in Shenandoah last Tuesday.

    Glenwood was the meet champion with 168 team points. East Mills finished fourth at the meet with 65 points.

    Tupper won the 200-meters and placed second in the 400 while Rew won gold in the high jump and placed sixth in the 110-meter high hurdles.

    Fremont-Mills placed seventh as a team with 57 team points.

  • Glenwood sends six to Drake Relays

    The Glenwood boys and girls track teams combined to qualify in six events at the 2014 Drake Relays this week in Des Moines.

    Dane Kruse qualified in the 110-meter high hurdles and will also run a leg of the 4x100-meter relay. Those who could run the 4x100 for Glenwood also include Jon Van Scoy, Mavrick Decker, Spencer Smith, Josh Lee and Nick Beier.

  • Glenwood wins 11 gold medals at Mustang Relays

    Track team victories don’t come more dominating than the Glenwood boy’s at the Mustang Relays in Shenandoah last Tuesday.

    Sure the Rams racked up 168 team points, nearly doubling up second place Clarinda’s 87 points, to win the team title. But it was how Glenwood did it that was impressive.

    The Rams won all six relays and compiled gold medals in five other events to literally run away with the meet title.