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Today's News

  • Glenwood second in triangular

    Glenwood girls golf team placed second in a two team triangular meet at the Glenwood Golf Course last Tuesday.

    Shenandoah placed first with a score of 214, Glenwood was second with a score of 240 and Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson was third with a score of 258.

    Medal honors went to Alex Curry from Shenandoah with a 39.

    “She played well today and made several good putts and up and downs for par,” said Glenwood coach Kathy Konigsmark.

    Runner-up and placing second was Thomas Jefferson's Emily Storey with a 47.

  • Tie vote gives Glenwood football coach a win

    Glenwood football coach Brian Albert is keeping his job.

    In a special meeting Monday evening, the Glenwood School Board returned from two hours of deliberation with a deadlocked 2-2 vote on the recommendation by Glenwood Superintendent Dr. Stan Sibley that Albert be terminated as the high school's football coach.

  • Kenkel Family Chiropractic Moves Into New Office

    Dr. Mike Kenkel and his staff at Kenkel Family Chiropractic have moved into their new home at 407 Sharp St., on the south side of Glenwood Town Square.

    Kenkel, a Denison native, opened his new office on Jan. 5, three years and a one day after bringing his practice to Glenwood.

    “When I came to Glenwood, my goal was to move into a new location within three years,” Kenkel said. “I opened on Jan. 4, 2006, and we moved in here on Jan. 5. It’s been our patients that have made this possible. They’ve been very supportive.”

  • Duane Kahl Named Citizen of the Year

    Duane Kahl, known to many as Mr. Mineola, has been named the Glenwood Area Chamber of Commerce’s Citizen of the Year.

  • Collinson Is New Firestone Manager

    Tom Collinson was recently named the new store manager at Glenwood Firestone.

    Collinson comes to Firestone with 24 years of experience in the automotive industry. He is currently a resident of Council Bluffs, but has worked and lived in Alaska.

    Collinson is an active member of his church, serving as both an elder and praise team leader. He is a six-season member of the Southwest Iowa Men’s Chorus. He and his wife share five children and five grandchildren.

  • Rams third at Relays

    A good day for the Glenwood relay teams and a strong individual day from Lydia Bienlien helped lead the Glenwood girls to a third place at the Ram Relays on Thursday.

    The Rams' 76 team points trailed second place Harlan's 145. Atlantic was the team champion with 161 points.

    “Everybody did their part to make this a competitive meet,” said Glenwood coach Brad Rasmussen.

    Lydia Bienlien won a gold medal in the 400-meters, placed third in the long jump and ran the anchor leg of the Rams's second place finishing sprint medley relay.

  • The Running Mom

    Most mother's of four have little energy to crawl into bed after a typical day of being Mom. Kelly Knight on the other hand gets her four kids – ranging in age from 8 to 18 – off to school and her day has just begun.

    Knight is an Iowa Western Community College sophomore studying to be a paramedic. Oh, and she happens to be ranked nationally in the 3,000-meters for the Reiver track team.

    To say Knight, 37, took an unlikely path to college long distance runner is putting it mildly.

  • Glenwood drops second straight

    Rams drop second straight

    The Glenwood girls tennis team dropped its second straight dual on Tuesday with a 7-2 loss to Atlantic.

    Glenwood won its opening two singles matches with strong performances by No. 1 Alexa Bledsoe, who defeated the Titans' Laena Frederickson and No. 2 Lydia Sperling to defeated Megan Hoehns 8-4. But the two wins would be the Rams' only victories in the dual.

    The Titans won the final four singles matches and all three doubles matches.

    Atlantic 7,

    Glenwood 2

    Singles

  • Fuller's record-setting day leads Rams

    The Glenwood boys track team braved cold weather and a wet track to win a pair of gold medals at the Sioux City Relays on Saturday.

    The Rams' Johnny Fuller had little trouble adjusted to the cold weather winning first place in the 3,200-meters in 9:58.50. Fuller's time was a personal-best and 15 seconds better than the Glenwood sophomore record set in 1976 by Jim Whitcomb.

  • Rams dominate Kuemper 5-2

    For the second game in a row the Glenwood boys soccer team used an overpowering offensive game to score five goals, this time downing Kuemper Catholic 5-2 in Carroll on Thursday.

    The Rams (4-2 overall, 2-0 in the Hawkeye 10 Conference) took some time to adjust to the Knights' “unusual” style of play, but once they did, said Glenwood coach Mike Artist, his team played well.