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Today's News

  • Rams’ 49-41 victory over Harlan first since 1994

    HARLAN - In the near half century of football history between Glenwood and Harlan, several numbers stand out in a lopsided rivalry.

    46 – the number of Cyclones wins over Glenwood in its last 47 meetings.

    1994 – the year of the Rams’ one and only win in the series.
    But there is just one number that mattered Friday night in Harlan.

    49.

    As in, Glenwood 49, Harlan 41.

  • C-A-M holds off Wolverines 48-41

    MALVERN – Injury-plagued East Mills came up a touchdown short Friday night in a 48-42 setback to visiting Cumberland-Anita-Massena (C-A-M).

    The Cougars scored two touchdowns in the final five minutes of the shootout to put away a game that saw the two squads trade the lead throughout the night.

  • Parade, Coronation To Highlight Glenwood Homecoming

    More than a dozen class reunions, a Friday afternoon parade and Saturday night coronation highlight the 2016 Glenwood Homecoming celebration.

    Glenwood band parents will be hosting the 2016 homecoming parade on Friday, Sept. 23, at 1:30 p.m. The theme of this year’s parade is “Welcome to the Jungle.”

  • Victim, Suspect Identified In Fatal Shooting

    Sunday afternoon, the Glenwood Police Department identified the victim and a suspect charged in a fatal shooting Saturday evening on the 700 block of N. Linn Street in Glenwood.

  • Glenwood 2-0 after 40-6 win

    Glenwood turned in another dominating defensive effort and its second straight 40-point performance on offense en route to a 40-6 triumph over visiting Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson Friday night at Ram Memorial Field.

    The Rams improved to 2-0 by winning a contest they controlled from the start.

  • Glenwood harriers second, third at AL

    The Glenwood girls placed second and the boys were third at the 48th Annual Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln Cross Country Meet at Iowa Western Community College Saturday.

  • Fremont-Mills dominates in 43-8 victory over Stanton

    TABOR - Turnovers, any coach will tell you, often tell the tale of wins and losses in football.

    The rule is simple: commit fewer turnovers than your opponent, your chances for winning considerable improve.

    Fremont-Mills proved that rule true by forcing four first half turnovers – including three interceptions by Carter Jennings – and converting three into touchdowns and rolling to a 43-0 halftime lead in a 43-8 victory over Stanton in Eight-man football Friday.

  • Not quite RAGBRAI, but . . .

    Billed as the “ultimate summer sendoff bicycle party,” more than 500 bicyclists from Iowa and surrounding states converged on the Wabash Trace Nature Trail last weekend for two days of cycling and music.

    The second annual “Pedaler’s Jamboree Iowa” began Saturday morning for a two-day round-trip journey between Mineola and Shenandoah. The event included an overnight stay in Shenandoah along with live music and refreshments at communities along the trail.

  • A fresh look for Glenwood’s Marching Rams

        Members of the Glenwood Community High School Marching Band are ready to show off their new threads.
        When the Marching Rams take the field at the first home football game of the season on Friday, Sept. 2, they’ll be donning new uniforms for the first time in nearly two decades.

  • Rare rope tornado causes anxious moments, no damage in county

    A tornado in Council Bluffs put Mills County in a warning Thursday evening but no tornado touched down in the county, according to Mills County Emergency Management Director Larry Hurst.

    The tornado, which Hurst said he’d classify more as a waterspout than an actual tornado, touched down on Lake Manawa Thursday afternoon, according to reports from the National Weather Service.