Today's News

  • First-degree Murder Charge Filed

    A first-degree murder charge was filed Monday against a 35-year-old Glenwood man in connection with the death of his infant son.

        In October, Jason Mathew Curtis was initially charged with child endangerment, neglect of a dependent person and willful injury after investigators from the Glenwood Police Department and Iowa Department of Criminal Investigation determined he was responsible for the July 14 death of his 5-month-old son, Jackson.

  • Home Sweet Dome for Knights

        Fremont-Mills football coach Jeremy Christiansen was careful not to use the word “revenge” in describing his team's 69-26 thrashing of the team that eliminated his Knights in last year's state semifinals.

  • VOR Co-president

    Longtime Glenwood resident Sybil Finken has been elected to lead VOR, a national advocacy organization for people with intellectual disabilities. She will serve as the organization’s co-President, through June, with Ann Knighton from Augusta, Ga.

  • City Election Results

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    2011 City Election Results - Mills County, Iowa



    Kimberly Clark - 123

    Write-ins – 2

  • Knights rumble into state semifinals

        MALVERN - For the second straight season, the Fremont-Mills football team will be finishing its season in the UNIDome in Cedar Falls.

  • Northbound I-29 Reopens

    The Iowa Department of Transportation expects the construction cones and barricades along an 8-mile stretch of Interstate 29 in Mills County will be removed in the next week.

        The opening of the northbound lanes of I-29 last week eliminated a crossover and head-to-head traffic in the southbound lane west of Glenwood. Southbound traffic will be restricted to one lane until restriping is completed.

  • Cyclones stop Rams in regionals

        The Glenwood volleyball season came to an end Thursday with a 25-13, 25-16, 25-18 loss to Harlan in the Regional semifinals Thursday in Harlan.

  • Wolverines roll into quarterfinals

        The East Mills football team got a crucial fourth down stop on defense to hold its lead in the final minutes of a 42-36 second-round victory over Glidden-Ralston in the state Eight-man playoffs Monday.

  • Fremont-Mills blasts Stanton, faces East Mills in quarterfinals

        Two weeks to the day after a wild, 80-49 shootout victory over East Mills in the regular-season finale, Fremont-Mills will face the Wolverines once more on Friday in the Eight-man state playoff quarterfinals.

  • Abrams 10th, Rams 11th at state cross country

        FORT DODGE - Mark Abrams became the second consecutive  runner to stand on the medal stand while the Rams placed 11th as a team at the  Class 3A Iowa State Cross Country Meet in Fort Dodge Saturday.