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Today's News

  • Christmas Spirit, Trees Abound At Sawtooth Farm

    For Norm and Gretchen Riemersma and their daughter Rachel, growing and selling fresh Christmas trees is more about tradition, spreading holiday cheer and catching up with old friends than it is about the bottom line of their family business.

  • Glenwood Girl Serving As Iowa Kid Captain

    Long road trips to the University of Iowa are nothing new for Livia Jackson.

    For the past six years, the 10-year-old daughter of Jonathan and Holly Jackson of Glenwood has been receiving treatment at the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital for Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome (CVS), a rare condition characterized by recurring and prolonged episodes of intense nausea and vomiting, occasional abdominal pain and intense headaches.

  • Lack of Cable Service, Answers Has Glenwood Homeowner Frustrated With Provider, City

    When Chris Clayton of Glenwood moved with his family about 100 yards from their home on the 100 block of Glenbrook Dr. to their new residence on the 300 block of Valley Street, the thought of losing Mediacom cable television and high-speed Internet service never crossed his mind.

  • A New Oasis

    A parcel of land that once housed the popular Oasis restaurant is being transformed into an urban oasis by the new owners of the property.

    Since purchasing the vacant lot at 104 S. Walnut St. on the southwest corner of Town Square in May, Joe and LuAnn Edwards have been working countless hours turning the site into a yard where they can bring their five Pomeranians to play or enjoy a cookout or cold beverage with friends.

  • County Allowing Mineola Woman To Keep Comfort Cow

    MINEOLA - A Mineola resident will be allowed to keep a cow, horse and three goats on her property that she says provide emotional support to help her deal with anxiety, depression and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder brought on by chronic pain that’s a result of a major back injury in 2004.

    Mills County Attorney Naeda Elliott said the county will comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act and allow Nicole Stoppel to keep her animals.

    “We’re making reasonable accommodations to meet her medical needs,” Elliott said.

  • Nebraska-based Grocer Acquiring Glenwood Store

    Lincoln, Neb.-based B&R Stores is acquiring the Newman’s Thriftway  grocery store in Glenwood from longtime grocer Dan Newman, who is retiring next month The transaction is expected to close in mid-November.

    The store, located at 900 S. Locust. St., will be converted to a Russ’s Market. B&R operates several banners aside from Russ’s Market, including Super Saver and Apple Market. The Glenwood store will be the 20th location for the company.

  • Mayor, Council Members Have Differing Views On Building Inspections

    It doesn’t appear the City of Glenwood will be hiring a private firm to conduct building inspections anytime soon.

  • Purses, Wallets Stolen During Vehicle Break-ins

    The Glenwood Police Department is advising residents to lock their vehicle doors and protect their valuables following a rash of break-ins and thefts.

    Glenwood Police Chief Eric Johansen said seven “forced and unforced” vehicle break-ins resulting in the theft of purses and/or wallets have been reported over the past three weeks. Five of the incidents took place last week, often during daylight hours.

    “We’re still looking for a black Dodge Journey,” Johansen said.

  • FOR SALE: Concession Stand, 7 years old, Fixtures Not Included

    The Glenwood Community School District is looking to rid itself of its baseball concession stand. The building sits between A.C. Nuckolls Baseball Field and Ram Memorial Football Field and in the path of the district’s planned $3.7 million sports complex renovation.

    The district is considering two options for the seven-year-old, roughly 780 square-foot building: demolish it or find a willing partner to move the building to a new, private location.

  • Judge gives Frazier mandatory sentence

    Last month, Misty Frazier was found guilty of child endangerment causing death for giving her 8-year-old daughter Kathleen a fatal dose of a powerful antidepressant in 2016.

    On Thursday, Frazier was sentenced to up to 50 years in prison but with good behavior and an early parole, could be out of prison in just one year.