Today's News

  • Mills County District Court 8/20/14

    Kathleen Kilnoski
        Johnathan Robert Sibbitt, Glenwood - domestic abuse assault impeding air/blood flow causing injury, pleaded guilty, deferred judgment, two years probation, ordered to submit DNA, pay court costs and fees.
        Richard Jerald Driscoll, Sidney – O.W.I. (third offense), pleaded guilty, sentence suspended to 30 days in county jail with credit for time already served, two years probation, driver’s license revoked for six years, ordered to pay $3,125 fine, court costs and fees.

  • Glenwood Senior Center 8.20.14

    Located at 20 N. Vine St., Glenwood

    Open Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Sat. 8 - 11 a.m.

    Exercise Classes (6 weeks): Tuesday and Thursday, 10 - 11 a.m.

    Coffee Time: Mon. - Fri. 8 - 11:30 a.m. and 1 - 4 p.m.; Sat.; 8 - 11 a.m.;
    Ladies’ Coffee: Mon. 10 - 11 a.m.
    Cards, Table Games and Dominoes: Mon. - Fri. 1-4 p.m.

    Week of Aug. 21-27
     (served at 11:45 M-F)
    $3.50 for Seniors 60 and up. Reserve day before by noon at 527-4213. Includes drinks and dessert.

  • Mills County Sheriff Reports 8/20/14

        July 31 – Jerry Richardson of Tabor reported a theft.
        July 30 – Teresa Shannon of Malvern reported a theft.
        Aug. 2 - Gerald Nibbe of Council Bluffs reported a theft.
        Aug. 3 – Karla Hall of Emerson reported a theft.
        Aug. 4 – C&M Café of Malvern reported a theft.
        Aug. 4 – Glenn Houtchens of Malvern reported criminal mischief.

  • Glenwood Police Reports 8/20/14

        Aug. 5 – Michael Korperski of Glenwood reported criminal mischief.
        Aug. 9 – Lindsey Krause of Glenwood reported a simple assault.
        Aug. 7 – The Glenwood Public Library reported  criminal mischief.


  • 'Going once, going twice'

    By Daisy Hutzell-Rodman

  • Memorial Dedicated To Fallen Four

    Loved ones and friends of Dennis Chaney, Steven Benscoter, Dale Aspedon and Jay Bock were among about 100 people in attendance at the Glenwood Cemetery Saturday morning for the dedication of a Veterans’ Memorial Plaza built in honor of the four motorcyclists who died in August 2010 after being struck by a drunk driver while riding together in an Interstate 29 construction zone near Little Sioux.

  • Glenwood School menu 8.13.14

    Glenwood Community Schools  Aug. 14-20

    (100% fruit juice and milk served with breakfast)
        Thursday - Long John and hashbrown.
        Friday - Cereal, toast and fruit.
        Monday - Cereal, crackers and fruit.
        Tuesday - Breakfast wrap and fruit.
        Wednesday - Cereal, crackers and fruit.
        Thursday - Hamburger on a bun, baked French fries, sliced tomatoes, chilled peaches, milk.

  • Auditors Say Former Malvern Library Director Used Funds For Personal Use, Altered Receipts

    Mills County Attorney Eric Hansen said Monday he expects charges to be filed against a former director of the Malvern Public Library accused of altering receipts and using library funds for numerous personal expenses over several years.

    Results of an investigation released Friday by State Auditor Mary Mosiman found that former Malvern library director Stacey Buick misspent thousands of dollars. Auditors identified nearly $33,000 of improper expenditures and unsupported documents.

  • Tallman Named Interim County Recorder

    The Mills County Board of Supervisors has appointed Lisa Tallman as  interim county recorder, replacing Vicki McClintic who stepped down from the position in late June.

    McClintic, a Republican, didn’t seek re-election in the June primary and retired before the completion of her four-year term, which expires in December.

  • Mills County Public Health Makes Plea For Immunizations

    With the 2014-15 school year just around the corner, the Mills County Public Health Office is advising parents to make sure their children are up to date with immunizations.

    All children entering preschool, kindergarten, seventh grade, and students newly enrolling into the school district must show proof of being vaccinated.  As important as following the law may be, Mills County Public Health Officials say it’s just as important to keep your children safe from disease.