A Senior from Glenwood High School, Miss Madeline Becker, sponsored by the Harvey T. Rimel Post 141 in Glenwood, earned second place at the State Oratorical Contest. Read more...
RAGBRAI 2019 Starts in SW Iowa! Clocking in at 427 miles with 14,735 feet of climb, the 47th edition of this roving cycling party is the eighth easiest in route history. The 2019 ride is also the sixth shortest and eighth flattest.
Valentine's Day has an extensive history of Roman myth, pagan holiday, sainthood, and literature. A rather short version of its extensive history can be found here. In America, Esther Howland is nicknamed the “Mother of the American Valentine” and credited with creating the first mass market printed Valentines in the United States. Esther's father owned the largest … Continue reading American Valentine’s Through the Years
Reported by Andrea Scott for Military Times, January 29, 2018, working dogs are an integral part of the military might and know these four-legged heroes of the United States military are being recognized by the US Postal Service. To celebrate their battlefield contributions, these brave canines will have an honorary postage stamp of their own. The … Continue reading Military Working Dogs Honored on US Postal Stamp
Air Force Band To Present Holiday Concert Dec. 9, 2018. Tickets are free and available on first-come basis. Click to read more...
Thank you message from David Young, Iowa District 3, U.S. House of Representatives
About the city of Glenwood Glenwood has earned the Home Base Iowa Community designation to demonstrate our support for veterans and transitioning service members. On September 12, 2017, the Glenwood City Council unanimously passed a resolution in support of the Home Base Iowa initiative. In support of the Home base Iowa initiative, the City of … Continue reading Glenwood Passes Resolution in Support of HBI
Iowa Veteran Joshua Jorgensen ia raising awareness about PTSD and Veteran suicide by running across Iowa in a M-50 protective mask. Click to read more...
US News & World Report ranks Iowa 6th in the Nation. With a population of just over three million people, Iowa may be small, but it truly does have fields of opportunities.