Mills County Auditor Carol Robertson was recognized last week by the Iowa State Association Of Counties for the efforts of her office in assisting victims of the 2019 Missouri River flooding event. Mills County Supervisor Richard Crouch made the presentation. He’s currently serving as ISAC president.
6 days 20 hours ago
In a surprise ceremony last Wednesday, Aug. 3, at the Pony Creek Nature Center, Mills County Auditor Carol Robertson was recognized by the Iowa State Association Of Counties (ISAC) for her efforts and the work of employees in her office to assist victims of the devestating flooding event of 2019....

Christina Androy stands by the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office vehicle “36-6” honoring her late husband, Deputy Gilbert Androy. Deputy Mike Wake now wears badge 36-6, the same number worn by Deputy Androy when he died from injuries sustained in the line of duty in 1997. (COURTESY PHOTO - Fremont County Sheriff's Office)
1 week 6 days ago
The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office is honoring a former deputy that died from injuries sustained in the line of duty nearly 25 years ago. Deputy Gilbert Glen Androy died after falling down a flight of stairs while responding to a domestic assault call in October 1997. Upon his arrival, the door to...

The basement of the Glenwood Public Library has been closed off to patrons this summer after multiple flooding events in the spring caused damage. Books like “The Water Hole” are being temporarily stored in a dry location.
3 weeks 5 days ago
The Glenwood Aquatic Center isn’t the only facility owned by the city that’s experiencing water woes this year. The basement of the Glenwood Public Library is off limits to patrons this summer after two spring flooding events forced the children’s department to be temporarily moved upstairs to the...

U.S. Senate candidate Michael Franken campaigned in Glenwood last week. The Democrat is challenging incumbent Republican Charles Grassley.
Retired U.S. Navy Admiral Michael Franken attracted a curious crowd of more than 30 people during a campaign stop in Glenwood last Tuesday. Franken...
August 10, 2022, 6:21 PM

2021-2022 Female Athlete of the Year: Brynlee Arnold, Glenwood
“Big Red.” The nickname arrived in middle school. As Brylee Arnold, the 6-foot-3, auburn-haired middle blocker heads off to UNO to play volleyball as...
August 8, 2022, 11:14 AM

2021-2022 Male Athlete of the Year: Jake Malcom, Fremont-Mills
For most multisport athletes, it’s the touchdown, the hard-fought layup or the sharply hit double that drives their competitive streak. For Jake...
August 8, 2022, 11:11 AM

U.S. Senate candidate Michael Franken campaigned in Glenwood last week. The Democrat is challenging incumbent Republican Charles Grassley.
Retired U.S. Navy Admiral Michael Franken attracted a curious crowd of more than 30 people during a campaign stop in Glenwood last Tuesday. Franken is the Democratic candidate challenging Republican U.S. Senator Charles Grassley in the November general election. “I’m a strong-willed, substantial...
August 10, 2022

News


  • U.S. Senate candidate Michael Franken campaigned in Glenwood last week. The Democrat is challenging incumbent Republican Charles Grassley.
    August 10, 2022
    Retired U.S. Navy Admiral Michael Franken attracted a curious crowd of more than 30 people during a campaign stop in Glenwood last Tuesday.Franken is the Democratic candidate challenging Republican U...

  • Mills County Auditor Carol Robertson was recognized last week by the Iowa State Association Of Counties for the efforts of her office in assisting victims of the 2019 Missouri River flooding event. Mills County Supervisor Richard Crouch made the presentation. He’s currently serving as ISAC president.
    August 9, 2022
    In a surprise ceremony last Wednesday, Aug. 3, at the Pony Creek Nature Center, Mills County Auditor Carol Robertson was recognized by the Iowa State Association Of Counties (ISAC) for her efforts...

  • The city of Glenwood is one step closer to taking on EMS, currently managed by the Glenwood Volunteer Fire Association.
    August 2, 2022
    The Glenwood City Council has passed the first reading of an ordinance that would put the management of Glenwood Fire and Rescue’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS) into city hands.  EMS is...

Sports

  • August 15, 2022
    Among bicyclists, it’s referred to as an “epic ride.”A grueling, 748-mile trek from Sweden to Norway, passing through the Arctic Circle, and back, in just 90 hours.For Joe Edwards,...

  • 2021-2022 Female Athlete of the Year: Brynlee Arnold, Glenwood
    August 8, 2022
    “Big Red.”The nickname arrived in middle school.As Brylee Arnold, the 6-foot-3, auburn-haired middle blocker heads off to UNO to play volleyball as Glenwood’s first every Division I...

  • 2021-2022 Male Athlete of the Year: Jake Malcom, Fremont-Mills
    August 8, 2022
    For most multisport athletes, it’s the touchdown, the hard-fought layup or the sharply hit double that drives their competitive streak.For Jake Malcom, it’s the well hit golf shot.“...

Features


  • The Kindness chains from Northeast Elementary School classrooms were linked together for the school assembly.
    March 29, 2022
    Simple acts and words of kindness were celebrated during an all-school assembly last week at Northeast Elementary School.Earlier this year, students at Northeast were challenged to do kind things and...

  • Glenwood had two high school jazz bands and one middle school jazz band perform at the Dick Bauman Jazz Festival.
    March 2, 2022
    Glenwood hosted the 23rd annual Dick Bauman Jazz Festival on President’s Day.High school and middle school bands from throughout southwest Iowa performed at Glenwood Community High School - in...

  • Ashlie Salazar
    February 22, 2022
    Ashlie Salazar may be Northeast Elementary School’s new principal but she’s not new to Glenwood.The Muscatine-native and current second grade teacher at Titan Hill Elementary in the...

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