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Today's News

  • Glenwood's Star-Spangled Sendoff

    Glenwood will have the feel of the Fourth of July when bicyclists come to town this summer for the start of RAGBRAI (The Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa).

  • Mills, Fremont County towns on Day 1 route for RAGBRAI riders

    For the first time in the 44-year history of RAGBRAI (Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa), the city of Malvern will serve as a pass-through town.

  • Glenwood City Administrator Terminated

    After meeting in closed session for more than two hours at its regular meeting Tuesday, Feb. 9, the Glenwood City Council fired city administrator / financial director Brian Kissel.

  • Former P.J. city clerk gets probation for tampering with records charge

    Former Pacific Junction city clerk Kari Leann Williams of Glenwood has pleaded guilty to tampering with records, an aggravated misdemeanor.

    The Mills County Attorney’s Office said the charges stemmed from an incident that occurred while Williams was employed as city clerk. The incident was brought to light during an audit of the city’s finances and records conducted by the Iowa State Auditor’s Office.

  • Fundraising efforts underway for K9 purchase, training

    Fundraising has begun for the purchase and training of a new dual purpose K9 for the Mills County Sheriff’s Office.

    The office’s current K9, Monte, recently underwent surgery to repair a knee injury. The 5-year-old Dutch Shepherd had been serving as a dual purpose dog – assisting with narcotic identification, criminal apprehension, tracking and handler protection. Monte will now be restricted to only doing narcotic identification in an effort to prolong his life and service to the sheriff’s office.

  • State Receptive To 'Glen Haven Village' Proposal At GRC

    The aging Glen Haven Home could be replaced by a new skilled care complex on the campus of the Glenwood Resource Center as early as next year if adequate funding can be secured.

    The Iowa Department of Human Services is receptive to negotiating a proposal that would allow Glen Haven to lease seven cottages on the GRC campus and allow the living units to be renovated into a state-of-the-art skilled care and rehabilitative services facility.

  • Principal Joan Crowl Nears Finish Line of Education Career

    Joan Crowl’s first teaching job was in a first grade classroom at Council Bluffs St. Albert Catholic School.
    Three decades later, Crowl hasn’t strayed far from the classroom or a passion for helping mold young learners in primary education.

    As the principal at Northeast Elementary, Crown has spearheaded the school’s transition in its Early Learning Center and turned the preschool through second grade building into one of the finest in southwest Iowa.
    Crowl announced Jan. 11 she would be retiring at the end of the year school year.

  • GCHS principal, stepson give their accounts of altercation

    Hurl Beechum III described the scene unfolding before his eyes as “unthinkable.”

    His stepfather, Glenwood Community High School Principal Richard Hutchinson, sprawled unconscious on the ground being beaten, he said, by a pair of men who had verbally sparred with the principal over the use of a racial slur just minutes before.

    Beechum, 42, attempted to intercede in the melee before retreating into Hutchinson’s home and returning with his handgun.

  • Dr. Ben Carson stumps in Glenwood; says he can heal what ails America

    Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson brought his conservative message to Glenwood Thursday afternoon, hoping to drum up support for the Feb. 1 Iowa caucuses.

    Carson’s town hall meeting at Glenwood Community High School attracted over 400 people, including about 200 high school students. Carson spoke for 45 minutes, stressing the importance the 2016 presidential election will have on future generations of Americans.

  • County attorney says lack of evidence leads to dismissal of charges against three in Sept. 27 altercation

    Charges against three men involved in an altercation outside Glenwood Community High School Principal Richard Hutchinson’s residence have been dropped.

    Colton McDaniel, 21, and Denver Cook, 19, faced charges following an altercation with Hutchinson and his stepson, Hurl Beechum III, on Sept. 27, that left McDaniel with two gun shot wounds to the leg. McDaniel was charged with assault causing bodily injury, a misdemeanor. Cook faced a charge of willful injury, a felony, and a misdemeanor charge of assault causing bodily injury.