Today's News

  • Ground Breaking For Highway 34 Bridge

        PACIFIC JUNCTION - More than 200 people, including dignitaries from Iowa and Nebraska, turned out for Thursday afternoon’s groundbreaking ceremony for the U.S. Highway 34 – Missouri River Bridge.

  • Lake Manawa Accident Claims Life

        Noah Murray, a Glenwood resident and Nishna Valley High School graduate, died on Wednesday from injuries he suffered in a swimming accident at Lake Manawa on Aug. 28.

  • Young Glenwood Woman Dies In Accident

       A 21-year-old Glenwood woman died in a single-vehicle accident late Saturday afternoon in Washington County.
        Sara Suzanne Sell was a passenger in a pickup truck driven by Micah Harmsen, 26, of Keota.

  • East Mills Vote Dec. 7

        After two years of discussions, public forums, more than 600 signatures and a unanimous vote of the Green Hills Area Education Association Board of Directors last Monday, the Nishna Valley and Malvern School Districts will put the matter of their proposed reorganization into one district to a public vote on Dec. 7.

  • Bridge Ground-breaking Thursday

        Nearly 20 years in the making, the ground-breaking ceremony for the Highway 34 - Missouri River bridge will finally  take place Thursday afternoon.

  • Rams, Fuller stay perfect at Pella

        The top ranked Glenwood boys cross country team traveled to Pella on Saturday for the Pella Invitational.

        The Rams raced through the competition, which included No. 4 ranked Knoxville and the host No. 6 Little Dutch, for their second straight meet title to open the season.
        Johnny Fuller led the Rams to the team championship by running the course in near record time of 16:02. Glenwood finished with 53 team points to easily out-distance runner up Pella’s 66 points and Knoxville's 68.  

  • Top-ranked Falcons soar over Glenwood

        St. Albert scored early and often Friday night as the Falcons rolled to a lopsided 42-7 win over Glenwood in the Rams' 2010 home opener.

  • Knights get defensive in 14-point comeback

        TABOR - First and goal at the three yard line. A dive up the middle is thwarted by the Fremont-Mills defense as the first half clock runs out, leaving the Knights trailing 14-8.

        The Knights' stop that ended the half wasn't exactly a “play of the game” type but as far as momentum goes, there was no bigger play in the game for Knight head coach Jeremy Christiansen whose team battled back from from a two-touchdown deficit in a 20-8 victory over Adair-Casey on Friday.

  • Silver City Resident Running For County Board

        Rural Silver City resident Jack May said Monday that Mills County’s reluctance to repeal its building permit ordinances is behind his decision to run as Independent candidate by petition in the Nov. 2 election for a seat on the county board of supervisors.

  • Florian Running For Mills County Treasurer

        Longtime Mills County resident, Craig Florian of Glenwood recently announced his decision to run for the Office of Mills County Treasurer in the Nov. 2 general election. Florian, an Independent, will be on the ballot as a candidate by petition. He’s be opposing Republican Becky Dix Killpack.