Today's News

  • A Special Touch

    Glenwood Community High School could already boast of being one of only a handful of high schools in Iowa with a video replay screen in its gymnasium.

        Now, the two-year-old school has another unique addition in its gym to show off  - a 6-foot by 10-foot oil painting of a ram, the school’s mascot. The painting was unveiled at the homecoming pep rally in September.

  • Agony Continues For Flood Victims

    Information technology (IT) employees living a dream life in the country, a construction worker and his wife soon to watch their daughter be married, a 71-year-old grocery store employee who will not be able to retire soon. These people all have one thing in common – they have all been devastated by the flood of 2011.

  • East Mills forces eight turnovers in 68-12 homecoming win

        Luke Schafer tossed seven touchdown passes, five to Daniel Duysen, and the East Mills football team improved to 6-0 on the season with a 68-12 victory over Villisca on Homecoming in Malvern.
        The Wolverines (6-0 overall, 4-0 in the district) racked up 377 yards in the win. Schafer finished 12-of-12 passing for 204 yards and matched a career high with his seven touchdown passes. He also added 58 yards rushing, including a 5-yard touchdown scamper.

  • Fremont-Mills 6-0 after 65-12 victory Stanton

        TABOR – Fremont-Mills delivered a first-quarter knockout Friday night against visiting Stanton.
        The Knights scored four first-quarter touchdowns en route to a 65-12 District 8 victory.
        “We expected a physical game with Stanton and we got a physical game,” Fremont-Mills head coach Jeremy Christiansen said. “We had some things go right for us, but we also saw some things we need to work on, so it was a good game for us.”

  • Rams going ‘red’ for Oct. 7 football game

        The statistics are alarming. Major cardiovascular diseases, including stroke, caused 33.3 percent of total deaths in 2007 in Mills County. 
        Cardiovascular disease (CVD) claims more lives than the next four most common causes of death combined, including cancer.

  • Knights down Sidney in Corner Conference

        The Fremont-Mills volleyball team swept Sidney 25-18, 27-25, 25-9 in Corner Conference volleyball last Tuesday.
        The Knights improve to 10-8 overall and 3-2 in the conference with the win.

  • Glenwood harriers strong at Shenandoah invite

        Mark Abrams stayed perfect on the year and the Glenwood boys once again nipped Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson for the team title at the Shenandoah Invitational on Thursday.
        Glenwood finished on top of the team standings with 44 points to Thomas Jefferson's 42 points. The Rams edged T.J. by a single point at the Harlan Invitational on Sept. 24.
        Mark Abrams ran away with his fifth meet title in as many tries with a time of 16:43. Cade Cleaveland of Riverside was second with a time of 17:04.

  • Kuemper hands Rams conference loss

        Glenwood lost a 14-25, 25-20, 18-25, 23-25 decision to Kuemper Catholic in Hawkeye 10 Conference volleyball on Thursday.
        “We played at a higher level tonight than we did on Tuesday,” said Glenwood coach Kara Huisman. “We gave ourselves a chance to win but just didn't finish. If we continue to play at the speed we did tonight, we will continue to get better and the wins will come."
        Glenwood (6-11 overall, 0-5 in the conference) was led by Morgan Lucy with 15 kills and four blocks.

  • Rams topple Tigers for first win of season

        RED OAK - The Glenwood Rams put a damper on the Red Oak High School’s Homecoming by defeating the Red Oak Tigers in 3A District 1 action, 35-14.

  • West Nile Virus

        The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) has confirmed a case of West Nile virus in an adult woman in Mills County. The confirmation comes on the heels of the announcement of confirmed cases in Pottawattamie County and Harrison County this month, and as public health officials continue to investigate several potential West Nile virus cases in western Iowa.