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Glenwood residents are asked to share their thoughts and opinions in a survey to set priorities that will help shape future development of the city.
If you live or work in Glenwood, it’s not too late to share your thoughts and opinions in a survey that will help shape the city’s comprehensive plan for the future. The survey, which is available electronically and in paper form, is one of the tools being used to set priorities as the city goes...

The derailment occurred south of Pacific Junction near Marh Ave.
The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad is continuing its investigation into a derailment in western Mills County Friday morning that left two BNSF employees hospitalized for treatment of non life-threatening injuries. The derailment happened around 7 a.m. south of Pacific Junction – east of...
The number of Mills County residents vaccinated for COVID-19 continues to slowly rise according to the latest statistics released Monday morning by the Mills County Public Health Office. As of Monday, 59 percent of the Mills County population age 12 and older was fully vaccinated for the virus. The...
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. A design referencing the earthen-lodge homes that once dotted the Missouri River valley. Oh, and...
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. “We’re averaging about 80 people (each day),” MCPH Administrator Julie Lynes said. “We don’t have near as many scheduled so we’...

The former Glen Haven Home building at 302 Sixth St. in Glenwood was built in the early 1960s. The building is being renovated with plans to convert the structure into apartments.
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. Property owner Ryan Sell recently provided the Glenwood City Council with an update on the project, noting that the nearly 60-year-old structure is being “gutted” as...
Glenwood residents will have an opportunity over the coming weeks and months to help establish a vision for the long-term growth and development for their community. For the first time in 20 years, the city of Glenwood is putting together a comprehensive plan to shape the course of the future. The...

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