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Today's News

  • Down To Three

    The site-selection committee for the proposed Loess Hills Archeology Interpretive Center has chosen three pieces of publicly-owned ground in and around Glenwood as possible locations for the educational facility that’s being billed as a future tourist attraction for Mills County.

  • Booking The Budget

    As a means of cutting back on expenses, the Glenwood Public Library is looking at cutting back on its hours.

    A proposal under consideration would reduce the number of hours the library is open to the public on a weekly basis from 48 to 42. Two hours would be cut at either the beginning or the end of the day on Wednesdays and four hours would be eliminated by closing on Saturday afternoons.

  • On To State

    COUNCIL BLUFFS - Glenwood’s Sam Jameson, Nate Harms, Tyler Maxwell and Colin White punched their tickets to the Iowa State Wrestling Tournament at the Class 3A, District Wrestling at Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson on Saturday.

    Council Bluffs Lewis Central edged Sioux City East 243.5 to 228 for the district crown while Glenwood placed fourth in the district with 168 points, just three points behind third place Sioux City North.

  • Glenwood Girls Pick Up 2 Wins

    Rachel DeYoung, Lexi Fisher and Morgan Lucy combined for 50 of the Glenwood girls basketball team’s 64 points in a 64-39 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory over Creston on Friday.

    The Rams shot 48.1 percent from the field (26-of-54) and held a 39 to 22 rebounding edge while holding the Panthers to 22.2 percent (12-of-54) shooting.

    Lucy had 12 rebounds to go with her 22 points. Fisher added 16 points and DeYoung 12.

    Kierra Smith led Creston with 11 points.

    Glenwood 64,

    C.B. Lewis Central 59

  • Wolverines Win 11th Straight

    The East Mills boys basketball team won its 11th game in a row to close out the regular season with a balanced offensive and defensive effort in a 63-43 victory over Logan-Magnolia on Friday.

    The Wolverines (17-3 overall, 10-1 in the Corner Conference) led 30-16 at the break and effectively shut down Panthers leading scorer Levi Ettleman, who entered the game averaging 21.4 points and had scored 66 points in his previous two games combined.

    East Mills held the 6-foot-3 junior forward to just six points on 2-of-12 shooting.

  • Teen Jumps Off Plattsmouth Bridge

    Single-digit temperatures and blustery winds on Monday forced rescuers to call off their search late in the afternoon for a man who is believed to have jumped off the Plattsmouth Toll Bridge into the cold water of the Missouri River.

    Law enforcement agencies and rescue personnel from Mills County and Cass County, Neb., responded shortly after 3:20 p.m. after witnesses reported seeing a male subject get out of his vehicle, a white Ford Contour, and jump off the bridge.

  • Superintendent Search Begins

    Integrity.

    Ethics.

    A motivator.

    A visionary.

    These are just a few of the attributes the Glenwood Board of Education is looking for in its new district superintendent as they begin the search process to replace Dr. Stan Sibley, who announced in December he would be stepping down when his contract is completed June 30, 2010.

    Sibley has served as Glenwood’s superintendent since 2001.

  • Big fourth quarter carries Rams

    The Glenwood girls used a 17-7 fourth quarter to pull away from Council Bluffs St. Albert in a 43-36 non-conference victory on Saturday.

    The Rams (11-8 overall, 8-8 in the conference), trailed 29-26 heading into the fourth quarter before rallying in the final frame.

    Morgan Lucy led the Rams with 10 points. Lexi Fisher added eight and Ana VanScoy six.

    Hannah Sneed led the Saintes with eight points.

    Denison 59,

    Glenwood 51

  • Slow start dooms Rams

    The Glenwood boys basketball team couldn’t overcome a slow start that led to a 16-6 Council Bluffs St. Albert first quarter run in a 62-50 loss to the Falcons on Saturday.

    The Rams (9-8 overall, 8-6 in the Hawkeye 10 Conference) actually started slow to open the game and the second half and it cost them, said Glenwood coach Curt Schulte.

  • Knight defense stops East Mills

    The Fremont-Mills girls basketball team out scored East Mills 24-6 in the first half of a 52-18 Corner Conference victory on Friday.

    “We got pretty good balance from our top scorers and opened some things up for us,” said Knights’ coach Rod Williams.

    Lynde Madison led a balanced scoring effort for the Knights with 14 points. Mindy Lorimor added 13 and Amy Carlson 12. Lorimor also snagged 10 rebounds and Carlson had seven steals.