Today's News

  • Preserving Pacific Junction's Past

    PACIFIC JUNCTION - Pacific Junction resident Gary Williams has a lot of pride for his small town. His pride extends to his personal collection, and this collection has recently become part of the new Pacific Junction Historical Museum across the street from the post office.

         “I graduated from high school here, and I’m so interested in the town that I just started getting stuff. Then I started going to the library. It gets real habit-forming,” Williams said.

  • Wilson’s seven TDs lead Knights to win

        TABOR – Essex /South Page managed to hang with Fremont-Mills for a portion of the first quarter Friday night, but once the Knights got their offense rolling, there was little ESP could do to slow down the defending state champions.

  • Wolverine defense stifles Westwood in 15-6 win

        For the third straight game the East Mills defense held it’s opponent out of the end zone and the Wolverine offense did just enough on it’s side of the ball to defeat Westwood 15-7 in Class A district football on Friday.
        The East Mills defense held Westwood to minus-16 yards rushing on 34 attempts and forced four turnovers in the win.

  • Perry too much for Glenwoods

        Quarterback Will Whiton had a hand in all five of Perry’s touchdowns in a 35-7 victory over Glenwood in Class 3A District 1 football on Friday.
        The Rams (1-3 overall, 0-2 in the district) had a season-low 216 yards and committed four turnovers in the loss.
        “We didn’t play as well as I think we are capable against Perry, but I am confident we can rebound and play very well this week and for the rest of the season,” said Glenwood coach Cory Faust.

  • Glenwood girls cross country third at Corning

        Lizzy Young placed eighth to lead the Glenwood girls cross country team to a third-place finish at the Corning Invitational on Saturday.

  • Head Games

        Turner Talich doesn’t remember the hit, exactly.
        The impact itself is lost in a haze. But he does recall the play it occurred on. He calls it routine, just a part of a full-contact drill he’d done a hundred times in fall camp with the Glenwood football team.

  • Glenwood Community Schools Menu 9-19-12

    Glenwood Community Schools
    Sept. 20-26, 2012

    (100% fruit juice and milk served with breakfast)
        Thursday - Breakfast Wrap
        Friday - Cereal & Crackers
        Monday - Cereal & Crackers
        Tuesday - Donut & Crackers
        Wednesday - French Toast & Sausage

        Thursday - Chicken Nuggets, Steamed Broccoli, Celery Sticks, Fresh Watermelon, Homemade Hot Roll, Milk.

  • Mills County Sheriff 9/19/12

        Sept. 7 – Joanna Morrison of Pacific Junction reported criminal mischief.
        Sept. 7 – Mark Riemann of Glenwood reported a theft.
        Sept. 7 – Jeanetta Zaiger of Glenwood reported a theft.
        Sept. 9 – Ray Morton of Pacific Junction reported a harassment.
        Sept. 10 – Hector Valladares of Lincoln reported a theft.
        Sept. 10 – Juan Reyes of Lincoln, Neb. reported a theft.

  • Glenwood Police Reports 9/19/12

        Sept. 7 – Kayla Bartel of Glenwood reported a forgery.
        Sept. 7 – Robert Reeve of Glenwood reported a burglary and theft from his vehicle.
        Sept. 8 – Dee Dee Ransom of Glenwood reported a theft.
        Sept. 9 – Steven Gladden of Glenwood reported criminal mischief.
        Sept. 10 – John Vandervoorde of Glenwood reported a theft and criminal mischief to his camper.

  • Green Is Out in Glenwood

        The City of Glenwood’s recycling drop-off will close Oct. 1.
        The city council’s 3-0 vote to terminate the city’s contract with Dihne Recycling, which has managed and maintained the troubled recycling drop-off at the city park on Tyson Street for nearly two decades, will permanently shutter the site at the end of this month.