Actor and author Tim Mooney will visit Northwest Missouri State University, Friday, September 9 and Saturday, September 10 for a pair of workshops and an evening performance described as “a wild romp through Moliere’s most hilarious monologues.” The performance is free and open to the public. The workshops are open to Northwest students and faculty.
The weather cooperated with mild temperatures and clear skies for the Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) Glow For Kids Sake 5K run/walk on August 27. Approximately 190 people participated beginning the run at SSM Health St. Francis Hospital, Maryville. “This is a great family event which is why we do it,” Lynette Harbin, BBBS of
The Northeast Nodaway Board of Education met on August 18 to set the tax levy and conduct the following business: •Northeast Nodaway’s assessed value increased by $175,250. Board members set the 2016-2017 tax levy at $5.8566 per $100 of assessed value. •The ag enclosure is almost complete. The wiring, drywall and installation are finished. •Heidi
Maryville R-II school board met August 17 to conduct the following business: •The district’s assessed evaluation dropped 1.4 percent. The 2016-2017 tax levy was set at $5.0791 per $100 assessed value, dropping approximately a nickel from last year. •Non-resident tuition was set at $9,800 per student. •St. Gregory’s will pay $450.28 per student for transportation
The North Nodaway R-VI Board of Education met in open and closed sessions on August 17 to handle the following business: The tax rate was set at $4.7195 per $100 assessed valuation, with $4.1295 going toward the operating fund and 59¢ toward the debt service fund. The 2016-17 tuition rates were set. The tuition for
Hunter Hayes, a five-time Grammy nominated singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, will headline Northwest Missouri State University’s fall concert, the university’s Student Activities Council (SAC) announced this week during its back-to-school fireworks display. Songwriter Ryan Lafferty will join Hunter Hayes for the concert at 8 pm, Saturday, October 8, at Bearcat Arena. Doors open at 7
Anna Jones drives a tub of ice water through the bathtub race obstacle course at the Graham Street Fair, August 27. Jones’ teammates were Chase Atkins, Trey Plumber, Tyler Steel and Cody Plumber.
Maryville native Ashley Hennegin won employee of the year for her work at Tri-County’s Mental Health Services, Kansas City. With over 100 employees, Tri-County assists more than 7,000 patients a year. Hennegin has worked for two years at Tri-County an is currently the intake and assessment manager. She also answers crisis calls from the community.
The Ed Phillips Memorial Rodeo was August 20 at the Ed Phillips Memorial Arena, Maryville.