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Today's News

  • Working for a Better Glenwood

    It’s been a a year since a team from the Iowa Department of Economic Development (IDED) came to Glenwood to conduct a Downtown Assessment.

    The assessment included interviews with dozens of citizens who were asked to share their likes and dislikes about living in Glenwood. Interviews were conducted with Glenwood-area residents of all ages from all walks of life. At the conclusion of their visit, IDED team members presented their analysis of the interviews and their own outsider thoughts on Glenwood.

  • Hawk-10 hoops to be North vs. South in 2010-11 season

    The Hawkeye 10 Conference has announced a restructuring of its boys and girls basketball schedule beginning in the 2010-2011 season.

    League officials announced last week the conference will be broken into a north and south division. The following schools will make up the northern division of the conference: Atlantic, Denison, Harlan, Kuemper, and Lewis Central. The southern division schools will be: Clarinda, Creston, Glenwood, Red Oak and Shenandoah.

  • Hawk-10 hoops to be North vs. South in 2010-11 season

    The Hawkeye 10 Conference has announced a restructuring of its boys and girls basketball schedule beginning in the 2010-2011 season.

    League officials announced last week the conference will be broken into a north and south division. The following schools will make up the northern division of the conference: Atlantic, Denison, Harlan, Kuemper, and Lewis Central. The southern division schools will be: Clarinda, Creston, Glenwood, Red Oak and Shenandoah.

  • Ready For RAGBRAI

    Three communities in Mills County are making their final preparations for RAGBRAI.

    The Des Moines Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa will pass through the county Sunday, the first day of the ride, as bicyclists make their way from Council Bluffs to Red Oak for their first overnight stop.

  • Ready For RAGBRAI

    Three communities in Mills County are making their final preparations for RAGBRAI.

    The Des Moines Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa will pass through the county Sunday, the first day of the ride, as bicyclists make their way from Council Bluffs to Red Oak for their first overnight stop.

  • Knight comeback sinks Wolverines

    The East Mills baseball team could not hold onto a 4-1 lead as Fremont-Mills rallied for an 11-5 Corner Conference win on Friday.

    The Wolverines (7-8 overall, 6-4 in the conference), scored two runs each in the first and third innings to take the early lead, but Knight starter Brandon Herrick seemed to get control of the game over the final three innings to hold East Mills to one run.

  • Knight comeback sinks Wolverines

    The East Mills baseball team could not hold onto a 4-1 lead as Fremont-Mills rallied for an 11-5 Corner Conference win on Friday.

    The Wolverines (7-8 overall, 6-4 in the conference), scored two runs each in the first and third innings to take the early lead, but Knight starter Brandon Herrick seemed to get control of the game over the final three innings to hold East Mills to one run.

  • Rams sweep Monarchs

    Molly Bryan broke the single season strikeout record and Glenwood pounded out 18 hits in Hawkeye 10 Conference double-header sweep of Denison on Thursday.

    The Rams (23-12 overall, 10-6 in the conference) had 13 hits in an 8-3 game one victory over the Monarchs. Bryan struck out 10 and allowed just five hits in the win.

    In the capper, Bryan fanned two and allowed six hits in a 3-0 shutout.

  • Rams sweep Monarchs

    Molly Bryan broke the single season strikeout record and Glenwood pounded out 18 hits in Hawkeye 10 Conference double-header sweep of Denison on Thursday.

    The Rams (23-12 overall, 10-6 in the conference) had 13 hits in an 8-3 game one victory over the Monarchs. Bryan struck out 10 and allowed just five hits in the win.

    In the capper, Bryan fanned two and allowed six hits in a 3-0 shutout.

  • Knights win fifth in a row

    Fremont-Mills pitcher Mindy Lorimor threw a complete-game one-hitter and drove in three runs on two hits in a 10-0 Knights’ win over East Mills on Friday.

    The Knights (22-10, 14-0 in the Corner Conference) have won five games in a row since a 10-0 set back to Bettendorf on June 27.

    Lorimor fanned 10 in running her record to 20-3 on the year. The sophomore has struck out 267 in 136 1/3 innings pitched.

    Lynde Madison was 2-for-4 and drove in a run. Hannah Fichter added two hits and two RBIs.

    Amy Walker had the Wolverines’ lone hit.