Criminal charges have been filed against Artema Gray, the former city clerk for the city of Silver City accused of improper use of over $61,000 in taxpayer funds.
Glenwood Middle School 6th grade science teacher Tom Berke said he was surprised to learn he had been selected as a recipient of a Charles E. Lakin Outstanding Teacher Award.
When the state of Iowa announced in April it was shuttering the Glenwood Resource Center in 2024, the future of the facility, its 150 clients and more than 600 employees weren’t the only lingering
The Iowa State Auditor’s Office has released its findings of a special investigation into the financial practices of the City of Silver City.
Mills County voters won’t have to make very many decisions when they cast their ballots in the June 7 primary election.
Department of Justice honors Mills County Attorney’s Office Victim Witness Coordinator Sarah McGinnis
A member of the staff at the Mills County Attorney’s Office has been recognized with a prestigious award from the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S.
Devin Embray has already heard his share of doctor jokes.
He promises not to get too bothered if anyone calls him Mister instead of Doctor. But no one would blame Embray if he did.
A year after punching the school’s first trip to the state golf, Fremont-Mills is on its way back.
The East Mills and Fremont-Mills track and field teams didn’t factor in the team title race at the Class 1A state qualifying meet in Tabor Thursday, but each will be sending athletes to this week’s
The Glenwood boys and girls swept the team titles and combined to qualify for state in 32 events at the Class 3A state qualifying meet in Denison Thursday.