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Today's News

  • LC sweeps Rams in H-10 dual

    An experienced Council Bluffs Lewis Central squad downed Glenwood 9-0 in Hawkeye 10 Conference boys tennis last Monday.

    “The bottom line is that Lewis Central has five out of the six starters as seniors and they are a veteran group,” said Glenwood coach Trent Turney. “They have been starting since their freshman year and hats off to them as they improved over the years and are well coached. We could not get anything going offensively. We will have to work on attacking more in offense and forget about a night like this.”

  • Glenwood places in six events at tough Sioux City Relays meet

    Glenwood set seven season-best times and won two Class B relay titles at the highly competitive Sioux City Relays Saturday.

    Team scores were not tabulated but the Rams placed in six events, winning the 4x100-meter relay and the 4x200-meter relay. Jon Lee, Christian Stanislav, Cooper Silvius and Zach Vondra teamed up to run a 45.15.

    Jack Hughes and Silas Bales paired with Stanislav and Vondra in the 4x200 to run a 1:33.57.

  • Schraft wins trio of golds at SC Relays

    Team scores at the Sioux City Relays weren’t kept but it’s clear: the Glenwood girls track team did well.

    Very well.

    The Rams’ Janette Schraft won the 400-meter hurdles and the 1,500 and 3,000-meters among a competitive field on Saturday in the meet considered a major primer for next week’s Drake Relays.

    “As you can tell by the results, there were some good efforts on Saturday by all the girls,” said Glenwood coach Cory Faust.  

  • Vice President To Tour Flood Damage Friday

    Vice President Mike Pence will make a stop in the Pacific Junction area Friday. Pence is scheduled to visit Lincoln's Ridgeview Farms and meet business owners and families affected by recent Missouri River flooding.

  • Glenwoods drop two at TJ tournament

    The Glenwood girls soccer team lost a pair of matches at the Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson Tournament Saturday.

    The Rams (1-3) fell 4-1 to Class 2A, No. 11 Dallas Center-Grimes and 3-1 to Class 2A, No. 8 Spencer. Class 2A, No. 14 ranked Glenwood has lost three straight to higher ranked teams since opening the season with a decisive 4-1 win over Sioux City West.

  • Rams claim 11 gold medals to win Lady Tiger Relays

    The Glenwood girls won 11 events and ran away with the team title at the Lady Tigers Relays in Red Oak Thursday.

    The Rams racked up 184 points to easily out-pace runner up Creston’s 145 to win the AA Division title.

    Audrey Arnold, Janette Schraft and Abby Hughes each won three gold medals on the night for Glenwood. Arnolds won the long jump, 100-meter hurdles and ran a leg of the gold medal-winning shuttle hurdle relay.

    Hughes claimed the 400-meter dash title and ran on the sprint medley and 4x400-meter relay teams that won gold.

  • Rams win links opener

    Savannah Mellon won top medalist honors and Glenwood scored a 206 to 268 dual victory over Treynor in girls golf last Tuesday at the Glenwood golf course.

    Mellon carded a round of 47 for top individual honors. Teammate Kathryn Gunderson was the runner up with a round of 51.

  • Glenwood second at Clarinda

    Council Bluffs Lewis Central edged Glenwood for team title at the 82nd annual Cardinal Relays in Clarinda Friday.

    The Titans won eight events and scored 169 points to the Rams’ 155 in the Class 3A division. Council Bluffs St. Albert easily won the Class 2A division.

    The Rams continued to show good depth, winning four of seven relays and taking second in two others and battling with the Titans all meet long.

  • Pacific Junction Won't Be Cleared For Re-entry Until Water Has Receded

    Pacific Junction and rural Mills County residents peppered Mayor Andy Young and Mills County Emergency Management officials with around two dozen flood-related questions during a nearly 90-minute, emotion-filled meeting last Wednesday night at the Glenwood Resource Center.

    Audience members had questions on a variety of topics, including security, water levels, clean-up assistance and evacuation protocol.

    One question that didn’t get answered is “When will we be able to get back into Pacific Junction?”

  • Glenwood soccer knocks off Kuemper, off to 2-0 start

    John Palmer’s goal in the 76th minute lifted Glenwood a 2-1 victory over Kuemper Catholic and a 2-0 start to the season Friday in Carroll.

    “This game was fun to be a part of,” said Glenwood coach Cort Lovato. “Both teams played with a passion. The boys did not panic once Kuemper tied the game with 10 minutes to go. The boys kept playing the same way and were able to score the winning goal. The boys kept doing what we are asking of them and they were able to persevere for the conference win of the season.”