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Today's News

  • Wolverines hang on in wild win

    MALVERN - In a game that featured 97 combined points, 794 yards of total offense, 26 penalties and six lead changes, it seems almost anticlimactic that East Mills’ game-winning score came on a quarterback sneak.

    Michael Schafer’s 1-yard plunge capped a three-play, 11-yard drive – set up by his interception on defense – to give the Wolverines the lead for good at 51-46 with 3:06 to go in a wild, 3 hour, 15 minute game in Malvern Friday.

  • Scout Builds Planting Beds As "Welcome Home Gift" For Glen Haven Village

    There should be plenty of flowers in bloom and vegetables growing outside the living units at Glen Haven Village next summer thanks to the efforts of an Omaha boy working toward earning the rank of Eagle Scout.

    Owen Molgaard, the great-grandson of Glen Haven Village resident Jim Osler, recently presented 12 raised garden beds he built as a “welcome home gift” for the residents of the new skilled-care nursing facility that opened last month on the campus of the Glenwood Resource Center.

  • Ram volleyball 3-2 at Harlan invite

    Glenwood won its final two matches and finished 3-2 at the Harlan Invite Saturday.

    The Rams (5-4) won their opener 21-17, 21-16 over Logan-Magnolia before dropping their next two to East Sac County 2-422, 21-17 and Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln 21-18, 23-21. Glenwood bounced back to knock off Hawkeye 10 Conference foes Council Bluffs St. Albert (21-23, 21-18, 25-12) and the host Cyclones (21-13, 21-15) in its final two matches of the day.

    Abraham Lincoln was the tournament champion, sweeping all five of its matches.

  • Wolverines notch first win in rout

    East Mills built a 49-0 lead after three quarters and notched its first win of the season in a 49-12 victory over East Union Friday in Eight-man football in Malvern.

    The Wolverines (1-1) piled up 437 total yards behind Michael Schafer’s 19-of-28 passing night for 276 yards and four touchdowns.  East Mills also picked up 161 yards rushing, including 90 yards from Jackson Wray and 69 from Schafer.

  • Knights roll in season opener, 50-2

    TABOR - Fremont-Mills scored early and often en route to a 50-2 eight-player victory over Exira - Elk Horn/Kimballton in the season opener for both squads Friday night.

    Junior Seth Malcom scored four touchdowns while rushing for 267 yards to pace the potent Fremont-Mills attack.

    “I think we executed very well,” Fremont-Mills head coach Jeremy Christiansen said. “For the most part, we did what we needed to do on both sides of the ball.”

  • Rams third, sixth at co-ed home meet

    The Glenwood girls placed sixth and the boys were sixth at the 45th annual Glenwood Co-ed Invitational Cross Country Meet at Glenwood Lake Park Saturday morning.

    The Ram girls finished with 76 points. Harlan was the girls champion with 40 points, followed by Atlantic with 63.
    Tri-Center’s Peyton Pogge bested the field with a time of 18:38.55, more than 26 seconds better than runner up Taylor McCreedy of Atlantic, to win the individual title.

  • Carr drives Rams to win on record-setting night

    As a junior last season, Zach Carr tossed two touchdown passes as Glenwood’s starting quarterback

    In Friday’s season opener, the Ram QB matched that total in just over a quarter on what would be a record-setting night for the senior.

    Carr and Glenwood overcame two first half turnovers and a dozen penalties with 644 yards of total offense in a 44-28 victory over Carroll in the season opener played at Council Bluffs Lewis Central Friday.

  • Wheelers roll past East Mills in opener

    Audubon blew open a 20-19 game with four straight touchdown drives in a 61-26 victory over East Mills in the Eight-man football season-opener for both teams Friday in Audubon.

    The Wolverines traded leads twice with the Wheelers in the first quarter and half, taking a 20-19 lead on Michael Schafer’s third touchdown pass of the half. But Audubon added two quick TDs in the waning minutes of the half an two more coming out of halftime to take a commanding 47-20 lead midway through the third quarter.

  • The Circus Is Coming To Town

    The circus is coming back to Glenwood.

    The Culpepper & Merriweather Circus will be putting on two shows at Glenwood Lake Park on Aug. 31. The performances are scheduled for 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. The event is sponsored by the Glenwood Rotary Club.

  • School District Extends ISL For 5 More Years

    The Glenwood Community School District Board of Directors has approved a five-year extension of a levy that has brought in more than $700,000 annually for curriculum improvements in the district.

    The board approved the extension at a special meeting July 29. The Instructional Support Levy (ISL) was initially approved by district voters in January of 2011 for a 10-year term. While that term isn’t up until 2021, Glenwood Superintendent Devin Embray said the board decided to renew the levy now due to timing.