Glenwood City Clerk Clerk Amber Farnan will take on a new job at the start of the new year - Glenwood City Administrator.
Glenwood’s student enrollment is up for the 2021-2022 school year.
A switch up on defense from zone to man-to-man and a 21-0 second quarter run offensively proved the difference for East Mills in a 63-20 victory over Red Oak in the girls basketball season-opener f
Satisfied Flooding Risk Has Been Mitigated, Love's Planning December Reopening For Mills County Store
Closed since being deluged by over 10 feet of Missouri River floodwater in March 2019, the Love’s Travel Stop in western Mills County is expected to reopen for business in early December.
Panels depicting the culture and symbology of the native people and animals that occupied the region 600 years ago. Outdoor learning areas featuring native artwork and the local flora and fauna.
Jim Thrane didn’t want to join the U.S. Army.
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As of Tuesday morning, Nov. 2, about 300 booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine had been administered at clinics being hosted at Kaufman Hall by Mills County Public Health.
Plans are in the works to turn the former Glen Haven skilled nursing care facility at 302 Sixth St. into a 27-unit apartment complex.
Glenwood senior volleyball player Brynlee Arnold has been selected first team all-state by the Iowa Girls Coaches Association.