The Mills County Board Of Supervisors accepted the resignation of sheriff Travis Oetter at a special meeting last Wednesday. Oetter’s resignation was submitted Nov.
The local holiday season gets underway this weekend with a variety of activities, highlighted by the 2nd Annual Glenwood Holiday Festival on Friday and Saturday.
The future of the Pacific Junction Fire & Rescue Department is in jeopardy following the resignation of the fire chief, volunteer firefighters and EMTs that made up the now dissolved Pacific Ju
U.S. Rep. Randy Feenstra (R-Iowa District 4) met with an invited group of bankers, farmers, business leaders and governmental officials during a gathering at Glenwood State Bank last Tuesday.
Red Oak outscored East Mills 10-1 scoring run down the stretch in a 30-25 season-opening road victory in non-conference girls basketball last Tuesday in Malvern.
The Glenwood football team had 10 players tabbed for the Class 4A, All-District 6 first team released last week.
The Mills Crossing Mega Site being developed by MidAmerican Energy near Glenwood has earned the location a Certified Site designation from Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad.
The Glenwood Aquatic Center will have a new splash bucket to dump water on swimmers when the facility opens next spring.
“If I win Iowa, I will be your next president.”
That was the message Republican Presidential hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy shared with an audience of 100-plus people Sunday night in Glenwood.
Student enrollments are up double-digits in the Glenwood, Fremont-Mills and East Mills Community School Districts.