Today's News

  • 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.

  • The Beat Goes On

        The Glenwood Community High School “Pride of the Rams” Marching Band hosted and participated in the Iowa High School Music Association State Marching Band Contest this past Saturday at Ram Memorial Field.

  • Glenwood boys first, girls third at Hawkeye 10 meet

        HARLAN - First, second, fourth and fifth.
        It’s hard to imagine a better result for the Glenwood boys cross country team at the Hawkeye 10 Conference Cross Country Meet on Thursday at Harlan Country Club. The Rams cruised to their third straight team title at the meet placing in four of the top five spots.
        “That was pretty great,” said an understated Glenwood coach Todd Peverill after his Class 3A,  No. 2 ranked team grabbed four of the top five individual spots at the meet.

  • Glenwood can't catch up with Creston

        After falling behind 13-0 in the first quarter, Glenwood found itself playing catch-up all night in Friday’s Class 3A District 1 matchup with visiting Creston. The end result was a disappointing 42-27 setback for the Rams.

  • Wolverine offense too much for Essex

        The East Mills football team totaled 505 yards in a 66-6 victory over Essex in Eight-Man, District 8 action on Friday.
        The Wolverines (6-2 overall, 5-1 in the district) used their balanced offense - they finished with 238 yards rushing and 277 passing - to build a 54-0 halftime lead. No varsity players took a snap in the second half.

  • Wolverines sweep South Page in regular-season finale

        In its last Corner Conference match of the season, the East Mills volleyball team swept South Page 25-9, 25-12, 25-15 on Thursday.
        “We served 92 percent for the night, racked up 19 aces, and our hitting was positive,” said East Mills coach Connie Blank. “It was great to finish the regular season with a win which will give us a boost as we begin regional tournament play next week.”
        Amanda Bazer recorded six kills and served 14-for-15 with nine aces.  

  • Rams fall in five to CB St. Albert

        The Glenwood volleyball team dropped a five-game decision to Council Bluffs St. Albert 17-25, 24-26, 25-21, 25-23, 6-15 on Thursday.
        “Games two, three and four were played at a very high level and a great tempo for us,” said Glenwood coach Kara Huisman. “It was one of our best defensive matches of the year. We just didn’t do what we needed to do offensively in game 5.  This is a tough loss but we got better tonight."