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Today's News

  • Historic cemetery walk Sunday in Glenwood

    Local residents will have an opportunity to learn about some of Glenwood’s original movers and shakers at a special program taking place this Sunday at the Glenwood Cemetery.

    The Glenwood Public Library and Mills County Historical Museum are teaming up to present what’s believed to be the community’s first cemetery walk. The unique event is a fundraiser for the library and museum and will feature costumed actors portraying some of Glenwood’s most influential citizens of the late 1800s and early 20th Century.

  • City, county back loan for Glen Haven Village

    With the backing of the Mills County Board of Supervisors and Glenwood City Council, the Glen Haven Village project is one step closer to becoming a reality.

    The county board and city council have agreed to provide “assured income guarantees” that will allow the Glen Haven Board of Directors to receive a $4.6 million USDA Rural Development loan to carry out their plans for turning seven cottages on the campus of the Glenwood Resource Center into a state-of-the-art skilled nursing care facility.

  • Frazier now faces murder charge

    A Glenwood mother who has been charged with murder after allegedly giving her 8-year-old daughter a lethal dose of an antidepressant in 2016 entered a plea of not guilty at her arraignment in Mills County District Court Monday.

  • Mayor, council member resign

    The Glenwood City Council has accepted the resignations of mayor Brian Tackett and city council member (at large) Jessie Lundvall. Both Tackett and Lundvall are moving outside the city limits with their respective families, making them ineligible to hold elected office in Glenwood.

    Lundvall’s resignation was effective Sept. 24 and Tackett’s final day as mayor was Sept. 30. The two resignations were accepted by the council at its Sept. 26 meeting. Both positions are up for election on the Nov. 7 municipal election ballot.

  • Mother of girl who died of antidepressant overdose now facing murder charge

    A Glenwood mother who investigators allege gave her daughter a lethal dose of an antidepressant in 2016 is now facing a charge of second degree murder.

    Misty Dawn Frazier, 34, was arrested Sept. 11 and initially charged with child endangerment resulting in death, a Class B felony, and distributing a drug to a minor without a prescription, a Class C felony. On Sept. 19 the charges were amended and prosecutors added a charge of second degree murder against Fraizer. Second degree murder is a Class B felony, punishable by up to 50 years in prison if convicted.

  • Glenwood sweeps Denison in Hawk-10 volleyball

    Glenwood swept Denison 26-24, 25-13, 25-19 to win its second straight Hawkeye 10 Conference home match last Tuesday.

    “We made a few adjustments but it worked out in our favor,” said Glenwood coach Chelsey Harvey.

    The Rams (11-7 overall, 3-1 in the conference), didn’t light up the scoresheet with 21 kills on .097 hitting, but dominated defensively in the match with 42 digs as a team.

  • Fremont-Mills 2-2 at home tourney

    Fremont-Mills won two matches and lost two matches at it’s own Knight Invitational Volleyball Tournament Saturday in Tabor.

    The Knights (11-8 overall, 2-3 in the Corner Conference) recorded a pair of wins over East Atchison 21-18, 21-9 and 22-20, 21-13 and dropped decisions to Griswold 21-17, 21-17 and Sidney 21-5, 21-5.

    Sophie Phillips led Fremont-Mills with 14 kills.

    Kendall Reed dished up 16 assists in the tournament.

    Stanton 26-25-17-25-15
    Fremont-Mills 28-23-25-20-12

  • Rams trample Denison

    DENISON - Glenwood rushed for a season-high 390 yards and scored the game’s first 31 points in a 52-14 victory on the road at Denison Friday.

    “This was our most complete game,” said Glenwood coach Cory Faust. “I thought we were pretty solid in all three phases for the most part. We’ve been really struggling on offense, especially in the first half of games. So I thought it was big we forced a turnover on their second possession and we were able to punch it in. That kind of got the monkey off our backs.”

  • Glenwood girls top field at Harlan meet

    HARLAN - For the second time in three days, the Glenwood girls came out on top.

    After Tuesday’s title at the Creston Invitational, the Rams bested the field at the Harlan Cross Country Invitational Thursday to take home another meet championship.

    The Rams were led by Lacey Jackson’s seventh place finish. Jackson was followed closely by teammates Kate Kaufman (eighth), Aubrey McIntyre (ninth) and Katelyn Malcom (12th).

  • Glenwood’s ‘Outcasts’ reach 50-year milestone

    Hear ye! Hear Ye!

    Let it be known the Glenwood Outcasts are celebrating their golden anniversary at this year’s homecoming celebration.

    Fifty years ago, Dr. R.S. Troutman, a Glenwood veterinarian, and John C. Watson spearheaded the formation of the Outcasts as an outlet for local residents who didn’t graduate from Glenwood High School but wanted to be part of the community’s annual homecoming celebration.