Today's News

  • Schlictemeier Pleads Not Guilty

        The drunken driver charged in a tragic  pickup-motorcycle collision last August in Harrison County that killed four motorcyclists, including three from Mills County, has pleaded not guilty.
        Andrew Schlictemeier, 21, entered a written plea of not guilty late last week on four counts of vehicular homicide. Schlictemeier is charged for his role in an accident along an Interstate 29 construction zone near the Little Sioux Interchange on Aug. 9. The motorcyclists were returning home from a rally in Sturgis, S.D.

  • Election Day Draws Near

    Along with the usual state and federal ballot issues, Tuesday’s general election will give Mills County residents an opportunity to vote on a pair of contested races for county courthouse positions.

  • Halloween deserves holiday status

        More than 100 million American families will answer their door bells and hand out candy this Halloween.

  • Rams win district, send three runners to state

        DENISON - For all its cross country success over the last decade, the Glenwood boys have just one district title to show for its efforts.
        After Thursday, make that two district titles.

  • Knights run through East Mills, complete 9-0 season

        TABOR - The Fremont-Mills defense held East Mills to minus-23 yards on its first five possessions and built a 30-0 lead before the end of the first quarter in a regular-season finale for both teams rife with playoff implications in Tabor on Friday.

  • Knight playoff run 28 years in the making

        It’s been 28 long years since the Fremont-Mills football team could call itself a playoff team.
        After Friday night, for just the second time in school history, the Knights can once again call themselves playoff bound.

  • Carroll ends Rams’ season with 51-20 loss

        A 19-0 first-half deficit was too much for the Glenwood football team to overcome Friday night as the Rams fell to visiting Carroll, 51-20.

  • Fremont-Mills ends East Mills’ volleyball season

        The old coach's adage goes, it's hard to beat the same team three times in a season.
        The Fremont-Mills volleyball team will tell you four times is just as hard.

  • Supervisors Focus Of Forum

        Candidates for the three Mills County Courthouse positions up for election this year took part in a public forum Thursday night at the Glenwood American Legion.
        The majority of the written questions from audience members were directed at supervisor candidates Richard Crouch (incumbent Republican) and Jack May (candidate by petition). Several questions were also asked of county treasurer candidate Craig Florian (candidate by petition).

  • Lockdown At Chantry Elementary School

        MALVERN - Chantry Elementary School was in lockdown mode Friday morning, Oct. 15, as Mills County Sheriff’s deputies searched the neighborhood near the school for a subject believed to be armed and dangerous that had been involved in a domestic disturbance at 94 Main Street in Malvern.