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Today's News

  • Wolverines take Woodbine to wood shed

    The East Mills football team exploded for 36 second quarter points to blow open a 6-6 ballgame en route to a 50-14 victory over Woodbine in a non-conference eight-man match up on Friday.

    “That first quarter was pretty tough,” said Irwin, whose team was deadlocked at 6-6 with the Tigers heading into the decisive second quarter. “Then in that second quarter we just sort of exploded and kind of created some celebration at that point in the game. It was a very good night for us passing but part of that was because we were able to get the running game going.”

  • Wolverines take Woodbine to wood shed

    The East Mills football team exploded for 36 second quarter points to blow open a 6-6 ballgame en route to a 50-14 victory over Woodbine in a non-conference eight-man match up on Friday.

    “That first quarter was pretty tough,” said Irwin, whose team was deadlocked at 6-6 with the Tigers heading into the decisive second quarter. “Then in that second quarter we just sort of exploded and kind of created some celebration at that point in the game. It was a very good night for us passing but part of that was because we were able to get the running game going.”

  • Brick Street Debate In Glenwood

    Brick streets have resurfaced as an issue of discussion and debate for the Glenwood City Council.

    Two Glenwood citizens – Jean Jaskierny and Linda Forman – attended council meetings in August to voice their displeasure with the city’s public works department for using concrete to repair a brick intersection at Coolidge and Hazel Street earlier this summer.

  • Brick Street Debate In Glenwood

    Brick streets have resurfaced as an issue of discussion and debate for the Glenwood City Council.

    Two Glenwood citizens – Jean Jaskierny and Linda Forman – attended council meetings in August to voice their displeasure with the city’s public works department for using concrete to repair a brick intersection at Coolidge and Hazel Street earlier this summer.

  • High School Creating Buzz

    It isn’t taking long for Glenwood Community High School students and staff to warm up to their new school.

    Doors to the $21.5 million facility were formally opened Thursday morning as freshmen and sophomores reported for orientation and an abbreviated schedule of classes. Students were visibly excited about stepping into their new school for the first time.

    "It’s just really big. It’s probably the nicest school I’ve ever been in," said sophomore Ben Umberger.

    Morgan Lucy said she was in awe over the size of the gymnasium.

  • High School Creating Buzz

    It isn’t taking long for Glenwood Community High School students and staff to warm up to their new school.

    Doors to the $21.5 million facility were formally opened Thursday morning as freshmen and sophomores reported for orientation and an abbreviated schedule of classes. Students were visibly excited about stepping into their new school for the first time.

    "It’s just really big. It’s probably the nicest school I’ve ever been in," said sophomore Ben Umberger.

    Morgan Lucy said she was in awe over the size of the gymnasium.

  • It's A Go!

    It’s official.

    The long-awaited opening of the new Glenwood Community High School will take place Thursday.

    GCHS Principal Kerry Newman confirmed Wednesday that a follow-up inspection from the Iowa State Fire Marshal’s Office has taken place and the district has been given the green light to occupy the school on Thursday.

  • It's A Go!

    It’s official.

    The long-awaited opening of the new Glenwood Community High School will take place Thursday.

    GCHS Principal Kerry Newman confirmed Wednesday that a follow-up inspection from the Iowa State Fire Marshal’s Office has taken place and the district has been given the green light to occupy the school on Thursday.

  • '80-20' Odds On New School

    There is a “high probability” the new Glenwood Community High School will open as scheduled Wednesday provided a re-doubled effort by contractor Construction Services, Inc. (CSI) completes fire safety work prior to a final inspection Monday by the state fire marshal.

  • '80-20' Odds On New School

    There is a “high probability” the new Glenwood Community High School will open as scheduled Wednesday provided a re-doubled effort by contractor Construction Services, Inc. (CSI) completes fire safety work prior to a final inspection Monday by the state fire marshal.