Today's News

  • F-M girls, boys in top three at West Harrison Invite

    The Fremont-Mills girls were second and the boys third at the West Harrison Invitational on Thursday.

    The Knight girls racked up 105 points to finish second behind team champion Woodbine’s 182 points. The boys finished with 136 points behind champion Missouri Valley and the host Hawkeyes.

    Leading the way for the Fremont-Mills girls was Andrea McClary (high jump) and Taryn Williams (long jump and 100-meter hurdles), who both scored gold medals. The Knight shuttle hurdle relay team also had a top time of 1:13.70.

  • Glenwood boys, girls second at C.B. Lewis Central relays

    COUNCIL BLUFFS - The Glenwood girls and boys track teams both placed second at the Council Bluffs Lewis Central Co-Ed Relays last Tuesday.

    Harlan edged a Glenwood boys team with a juggled line up, 141 to 133 in the boys standings.

    Glenwood entered the meet hoping to qualify last minute competitors for this week’s Drake Relays in Des Moines. Glenwood coach Mark Starner came away from Lewis Central disappointed with his team’s focus and effort.

  • All-American Family

    The day in 1992 Michael Moreno earned NCAA Wrestling All-American honors, perhaps the youngest fan in the building was rooting for the Iowa State senior and former Glenwood state champion.

    Michael Jr., then less than a year old, in his mother Kristi’s arms, was “cheering” Dad on as he defeated Bloomsburg University’s Brad Rozanski 3-1 in the seventh place match at 134 pounds to finish his Cyclone career as an All-American.

  • Glenwood gets win over LC on links

    Glenwood Girl’s golf team defeated Council Bluffs  Lewis Central in Hawkeye 10 Conference girls golf last Monday.

    Adria Skarnulis led the way for Glenwood shooting a 51 and tying for first place with the Titans’ Amber Huttmann. However, Amber would go on to win the playback hole receiving medalist honors with Skarnulis taking runner-up honors.

    Devon Arbogast shot 65 and has improved considerably from last year cutting her score down 10 strokes, said Glenwood coach Kathy Konigsmark.

  • Glenwood boys tennis team drops dual to LC

    E.J. Hackett and Cole Peckham claimed their second victories of the season but Council Bluffs Lewis Central came away with the dual win last Monday in Hawkeye 10 Conference tennis.

    Hackett, the Rams No. 5 player, handled his opponent winning 8 – 4 while Peckham fought for his win against Ryan Higginbotham, fighting back from down 6-7 to pull out the 9-7 victory.

    “He controlled the end of his match by keeping the ball in play and minimizing his own mistakes,” said Glenwood coach Callie Ohm of Peckham.  

  • Homan scores two goals in win

    OMAHA - Glenwood out-shot Harlan 15-4 and Sarah Homan scored a pair of goals as the Rams knocked off Harlan 3-2 in Hawkeye 10 Conference girls soccer in a match played Friday at Morrison Stadium on the campus of Creighton University.

    Homan got the first of her two goals in the 10th minute to give the Rams a 1-0 lead heading into halftime.

    Just three minutes into the second half, Harlan took advantage of a Ram defensive breakdown and Cyclone stryker Ana Petersen was able to knot the score on a breakaway just past the dive of Ram goalkeeper Kristen Nakamoto.

  • Rams down Cyclones in Hawk-10 soccer

    OMAHA - Tyler Jensen, Parker Baker and Ross Van Slyke each scored a goal for Glenwood in a 3-1 Hawkeye 10 Conference boys soccer victory over Harlan on Friday at Morrison Stadium on the campus of Creighton University.
    Jensen got the Rams (4-2 overall, 1-1 in the conference) on the board early when he beat two Cyclone defenders and whipped a dart just inside the right bar from 25 yards out.

  • School District Budget Approved

    The Glenwood Board of Education formally approved the school district’s 2014 budget at its monthly board meeting last Monday in the Glenwood Community High School Media Center.

  • Life Sentence

    A 36-year-old Glenwood man found guilty of first-degree murder in the July 2011 death of his 5-month-old son has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

        Jason Curtis’ sentence was handed down Friday in Council Bluffs by District Court Judge Mark Eveloff after a motion for a new trial made by Curtis’ attorney Mike Williams was denied.

  • Yield To Pedestrians

    Glenwood officials are hopeful some minor changes in the timing of the traffic lights at the intersection of Sharp and Locust streets will create safer conditions for children and other pedestrians crossing the street.

    Glenwood Public Works Director Perry Cook told city council members last week the timing of the lights in both directions will be altered slightly at the recommendation of engineering consultants who performed a traffic study at the intersection last month.