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Today's News

  • Priest ordered to register as sex offender at sentencing

    A former Glenwood priest found guilty in December of five misdemeanor counts of invasion of privacy received a suspended prison sentence Friday and was ordered to register as a sex offender.

    Rev. Paul Monahan, 83, received a suspended sentence of 30 days in jail for each count to be served concurrently, one year of probation and to register as a sex offender for 10 years. His sentence was handed down by Associate Judge Gary Anderson.

  • Ohio Man Sentenced To Life In Prison For Fatal Shooting

    A 27-year-old Ohio man found guilty of first-degree murder in December for the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Kathryn “Katie” Weber-Kuhl outside a Glenwood assisted living facility last September, will spend the rest of his life in prison.

    Mark A. Troutman showed no remorse for his actions in a statement given prior to his sentence being announced Monday by District Court Judge James Heckerman.

  • U of Iowa students to partner in trails project

    The Mills County Trails Board has entered into a unique partnership with a team of civil engineering students from the University of Iowa to develop plans for a proposed trailhead and trail network that would link Glenwood Lake Park with the city’s recreation complex and athletic fields on the east side of Keg Creek.

  • Chamber to recognize Zack Jones as Citizen of the Year

    Malvern artist and community leader Zack Jones has been named the Glenwood Area Chamber of Commerce’s Citizen of the Year. East Mills High School student Emmy Duysen is the chamber’s Junior Citizen of the Year.

  • With capital campaign goal met, Glen Haven Village proponents seek to finalize lease agreement

    More than $1 million has now been raised or pledged for the Glen Haven Village capital campaign.
        Proponents of the $3.2 million skilled nursing facility being proposed for a cluster of residential cottages on the campus of the Glenwood Resource Center (GRC) are optimistic construction will begin later this year once a long-term lease agreement is finalized with the state of Iowa.

  • Motorist involved in fatal bicycle collision facing misdemeanor

    A Glenwood man involved in a collision on U.S. Highway 34 in western Mills County last summer that claimed the life of a Florida bicyclist will not face criminal charges following a lengthy investigation by the Iowa State Patrol.

    Mills County Attorney Naeda Elliott announced last week that Robb William Philippus, 34, of Glenwood has been charged with “Actions Against Bicyclists,” a simple misdemeanor.

  • Bicyclist Joe Edwards Goes Down Under For 750-mile Challenge

    Joe Edwards is no stranger to long bike rides.

    In the last few years the devoted long-distance rider has taken part in grueling road rides in Alaska, Colorado and the Cascade mountains.

    But nothing could quite prepare Edwards for the Great Southern Randonee in Australia.

    “As I was riding, I was thinking to myself: this is hardest ride I’d ever done,” said Edwards, who own graphic design shop Joe Designer in Glenwood. “But when I finished I said, ‘Nah, that’s not the hardest I’ve ever done.’”

  • Abuse, neglect allegations lead to GRC staff firings

       Richard Crouch, president of the Glenwood Resource Center Parents and Family Group, said the findings of an investigation by the Iowa Department of Human Services (IDHS) have not changed his opinion about the care his son is receiving at the state-operated facility for individuals with profound physical and intellectual disabilities. Crouch’s son has resided at GRC for 30-plus years.

  • Faith at foundation of Danielle Pint’s 5-year cancer fight

      Danielle Pint has been battling cancer off and on since 2012. She’s had good days and bad days, but she’s never given up hope or lost faith in God.
        “It (faith) has been such a source of strength,” Danielle said last week as she openly discussed the details of her stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. “No matter what happens, it doesn’t change who God is in our life and the work that he’s doing.”

  • Tapping Into Success

    The first barrel of beer has been brewed at Keg Creek Brewing’s new production facility south of Glenwood.
        Panhead is a dark, 19th Century English-style porter that’s expected to be available to patrons of Glenwood’s hometown brewery in early 2017.
        “This is what we’ve been working toward,” said Randy Romens, one of four partners with ownership in the brewery that marked its fifth anniversary in 2016 by expanding its brewing operations to the former Kirsch Trucking building at 22381 221st St.