The Rambler

Eight Period Day Discussed Again

Isabella Milone, News Editor

April 25, 2019

Recently, the teacher members of the Building Leadership Team again discussed the possibility of shifting to an eight period day. Though it will not be put into place in the upcoming school year, in the eyes of teachers who ins...

School Year Shortened

Lillian Becker, Feature Editor

April 24, 2019

The last day of school will now be May 31 shaving four school days from the previous scheduled last day of June 6. Superintendent Devin Embray met with the Board of Education this past week to make this decision. The Board of Edu...

Bahr Committs to Attend Iowa State as Percussionist

Gregory Topete, Contributor

April 24, 2019

Glenwood Fine Arts will be sending another student to a Division 1 College band program in the Fall of 2019. Nick Bahr will be attending Iowa State University to study percussion performance, and he will be a member of the jazz...

Public Library Supports Art Community

Felix Cooper, Contributor

April 18, 2019

The Glenwood Public Library opened its doors last week to the many artists of GCHS. The library opened April 1 with art pieces sitting atop bookshelves spread all over the library. These pieces range from sculptures and pai...

Boil Order Still in Effect

Lillian Becker, Feature Editor

March 28, 2019

A boil order has been issued by Glenwood Municipal Utilities to all citizens of Glenwood. This order began on March 19 and is still in effect. Water needs to be boiled prior to any type of consumption including drinking, ice, teeth ...

Mills County Storehouse Still in Need of Cash Donations for Flood Relief

Gable Thompson, Entertainment Editor

March 26, 2019

Anyone looking to help flood victims should consider giving monetary donations to the Mills County Storehouse. The Mills County Storehouse has received many donations of food and other household products, so much so that t...

Animal Rescue Begins In Mills County

Felix Cooper, Opinion Editor

March 22, 2019

In light of the current flooding where hundreds have been displaced, the often overlooked victims are dogs, cats, and countless farm animals. Massive flooding around Pacific Junction forced families to leave in the middle of the n...