Today's News

  • Future bright for Glenwood Golf Course

        A year of troubles behind it, the Glenwood Golf Course is open and looking to a strong future with new turf and clubhouse management at the 48-year old golf course.
        The Glenwood course opened officially on April 15, following a two-week delay to get the course in playing shape. New turf superintendent Ben Starkel spent most of the spring getting the course in shape and, hopefully, preventing a repeat of last year’s problems.

  • Glenwood boys send 14 to state

        When listing the events the Glenwood boys track teams qualified for state in, it might be better to list which events they did not qualify in.
        There were just four, after all.

  • Glenwood boys win eight gold medals at Tiger Relays

        The Glenwood boys track team won eight gold medals and set a pair of meet records at the Red Oak Tiger Relays on Thursday.
        Glenwood easily out-paced second place Fremont-Mills 153 to 81 in the team standings.
        “This was a meet in which we were able to back off some of our athletes to help prepare them for the conference and district  meet.  Along with that, it was an opportunity to tweak some things that need to be done,” said Glenwood coach Mark Starner.

  • Glenwood boys soccer 1-2 at Waverly-Shell Rock Tourney

        The Glenwood boys soccer team dominated Clear Lake 6-1 before dropping its final two matches against ranked opponents at the Waverly-Shell Rock Tournament on Saturday.
        The Rams came out on fire against Clear Lake and controlled throughout.

  • Rams eighth at Atlantic

        The Glenwood girls placed eighth at the Atlantic Invitational Golf Tournament on Thursday.
        The host Trojans were the meet champions with a score of 351. Atlantic had the tournament’s top four medal winners with Bailey Walter taking home top honors with a round of 85.
        Glenwood finished with a score of 467. Maddee Sell led the Rams with a round of 104.
        Adria Skarnulis shot a 116 with Briana Overhue carding a 121 and McKenna Henze a 126.

    Clarinda 206,

  • Glenwood aces Clarinda, 6-3

        The Glenwood girls tennis team defeated Clarinda in Hawkeye 10 Conference tennis play on May 5.

  • Five-peat for F-M

        TABOR - Five-peat?
        Fremont-Mills track coach Mike Wood isn’t sure what to call his team’s fifth straight Corner Conference track title. He’s just happy his team was able to edge East Mills for just the second time this season.

  • New Busing Procedure In Glenwood

        The Glenwood Community School District unveiled its new busing plan on Monday.

  • Earth Lodge

    A group of students from the Nebraska Indian Community College were in Glenwood last week to tour the Mills County Historical Museum and to get an up-close and personal look at the Native American Earth Lodge.

        Professor Wynema Morris and her Omaha Tribal History class students visited the museum as a fact-finding mission. Morris and her class hope to build an earth lodge of their own this summer.

  • Laura's Blessings

    Laura Millar, once she gets going, can’t sit still very long. She snaps her fingers, bounces slightly in her seat and travels between the vending machine containing small toys and the dining table. She loves sports.
         “In the summer I like to swim,” said the 9-year-old with curly red hair and a big smile. “Sometimes in winter I play hallway soccer.”