Today's News

  • Athletic Complex Construction Hindered By Rains

    You want the good news or the bad news first?

    The bad news: the Glenwood Athletic Complex is four to six weeks behind schedule.

    The good news: the Glenwood Community School District’s targeted mid-September “substantial completion” date is still within reach, according to Superintendent Devin Embray.

    “That’s the goal,” Embray said. “I’m an optimist. But a lot depends on the rain.”

  • Biermann three-run homer helps Rams to 6-3 win

    Sydney Biermann’s three-run home run in the top half of the seventh inning put Glenwood ahead for good in a 6-3 victory over Council Bluffs Lewis Central Friday in Hawkeye 10 Conference softball.

    With the win the Rams (17-12 overall, 12-6 in the conference) secured a season sweep of the Titans.

    Glenwood coach Kylee Stanton said she had a feeling Biermann was due heading into her team’s final at bats.

  • Big fifth inning lifts Cowgirls to Corner Conference crown

    Sidney scored eight runs in the fifth inning to down Fremont-Mills 11-6 and win its third straight Corner Conference Softball Tournament title Friday in Sidney.

    The Knights (8-13) opened the game with a three-run first inning and starter Kendall Reed took the 3-0 lead and cruised into the fifth inning nursing a three-hitter. But the Cowgirls (11-9) got their offense clicking there.

    Jolie Sheldon smacked a bases loaded doubled to drive in three runs and Danica Lauman drove in two more as part of the eight-run fifth.

  • Glenwood miscues prove costly in 10-3 loss at CB Lewis Central

    Glenwood could not overcome stranding 12 runners on base and committing four errors in a 10-3 loss to Council Bluffs Lewis Central Friday in Council Bluffs Friday.

    The Titans slapped 10 hits while remaining unbeaten in the Hawkeye 10 Conference.

    “This was kind of typical for Lewis Central, they always hit the ball,” said Glenwood coach Kurt Schultz. “They had a couple big innings that hurt us and we had some miscues too that may not have shown up as physical errors but we didn’t get them out when could have.”

  • Knights rally for conference title

    For 6 2/3 innings, Donnie Weis and his Stanton teammates had Fremont-Mills’ number.

    Weis was masterful on the mound, scattering five hits and two earned runs while striking out seven Knights to take a 4-1 lead into the seventh inning. But the right-handed senior hit his pitch limit with two outs in the frame, forcing the Vikings to the bullpen.

    That’s when the Knights sprang to life.

  • THE READER - On With Life Volunteer Spends Her Time Telling Stories

    “There was ease in Casey’s manner as he stepped into his place, there was pride in Casey’s bearing and a smile lit Casey’s face. And when, responding to the cheers, he lightly doffed his hat, no stranger in the crowd could doubt ‘twas Casey at the bat.”

    Reading never occurred to Judith Oldham as a volunteer option.

  • Remembering Our Fallen

    Since its unveiling in September 2017 in front of 1,000 Gold Star Family members at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., the Remembering Our Fallen traveling memorial has been displayed at dozens of prominent events and locations across the country.

  • Wolverines notch first win of season

    Kassidy Croghan tossed a complete-game three-hitter and East Mills cruised to its first victory of the season with a 10-5 win over Whiting last Wednesday.

    Croghan was sharp in the circle all night. The senior lefty fanned a season-high 13 and allowed just three singles in the win.

    Miah Urban and Emily Williams keyed an East Mills (1-11 overall, 0-6 in the Corner Conference) offense that matched a season-high in runs and finished with eight hits. Urban singled and tripled, scored two runs and stole three bases.

  • 13-run fourth inning carries Rams to win

    Cade Van Ness hit two three-run home runs in a 13-run fourth inning and Michael Radford tossed a four-hit complete game for Glenwood in a 15-4, five-inning victory over Atlantic in Hawkeye 10 Conference baseball Thursday in Atlantic.

    The Rams (11-7 overall, 9-3 in the conference) sent 16 batters to the plate in the decisive fourth inning.

  • Rams deal Atlantic first Hawk-10 losses

    Glenwood is right back in the Hawkeye 10 Conference chase.

    After an inconsistent start that saw them open the conference slate 5-4, the Rams have won six in a row, including Thursday’s big sweep of conference-leading Atlantic.

    The Rams (15-8 overall, 11-4 in the conference) went on to the road and took 6-4 and 10-8 decisions from the Trojans (21-5 overall, 12-4 in the conference) to push them into third place in the standings and give them momentum in the downhill stretch of the season.