Today's News

  • On The Job Training

        Some companies provide health insurance for their employees.
        Some companies provide a gymnasium or exercise equipment for their employees to utilize for physical fitness workouts.

  • Ram grapplers split with A-H-S-T, Atlantic

        The Glenwood wrestling team split a pair of wrestling duals with Atlantic and A-H-S-T last Tuesday.

        Glenwood routed the Vikings 74-6. The Rams won 13 of 14 matches, six by fall and seven by forfeit.
        The Rams weren’t so lucky against the Trojans. Atlantic won eight matches, six by fall.
        Sam Jameson (120 pounds), Seth Warren (126), A.J. Clark (138), Josh Clark (145), Zach Magnussen (160) and Rhett Turner (195) all won both of their matches in the double dual.

  • Bob Dyer named to IHSAA Hall of Fame

        Former Glenwood wrestling coach Bob Dyer will be inducted in the Iowa High School Athletic Association Wrestling Hall of Fame during the Grand March at the Iowa State Wrestling Tournament this March.

  • 1,000/100

        East Mills’ senior Luke Schafer reached rare territory on Jan. 5, scoring his 1,000th career point in a 56-35 victory over Griswold.
        How rare of territory is Schafer in?
        Try, Very.

  • Yellowjackets nip East Mills in triple OT

        COUNCIL BLUFFS- Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson outlasted the East Mills boys in a three overtime, 69-67 victory on Friday at the Jennie Ed Sports Medicine Shootout at the Mid-America Center.

  • Wolverine press too much for Yellowjackets

        COUNCIL BLUFFS- The East Mills girls opened the game on a 12-3 run and never looked back in a 59-31 victory over Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson on Friday in the sixth annual Jennie Ed Sports Medical Shootout at the Mid-America Center.

  • Titans hand Glenwood girls first loss of season

        For the second time in a year, the Council Bluffs Lewis Central erased a 14-point lead to rally over Glenwood in Hawkeye 10 Conference girls basketball.
        The Rams, who defeated the same Titans 61-51 on Dec. 5, jumped out to a 24-10 second-quarter lead but couldn’t hang on. From the last half of the second quarter through the third quarter, the Titans out-scored Glenwood 31-10.

  • Bridge Project Moving Forward

    Funds continue to be allocated and work is resuming on the U.S. Highway 34 - Missouri River bridge project in western Iowa.  The bridge will link Mills County with Sarpy County, Neb., south of Offutt Air Force Base.

  • Malvern Man Won't Be Indicted

        A rural Malvern man will not face criminal charges for shooting a burglar at his residence last summer.
        Mills County Attorney Eric Hansen said after viewing evidence and hearing testimony in late December, a Mills County Grand Jury made the decision not to indict 66-year-old Don Hopp.

  • East Mills edges Eagles

        Last fall, Daniel Duysen caught 59 passes and 26 touchdowns on the football field.