The Maryville Spoofhounds fell to the Monett Cubs, 18-27, in the Class 3 Missouri State Championship football game November 26 at Plaster Stadium in Springfield. The Spoofhounds finished the season with a record of 14-1. Read our Storify story here and check out more in our 12/1 print edition: https://storify.com/NodawayNews/maryville-falls-to-monett-in-state-championship Save
Nodaway County has the highest tax rate in Missouri again this year. Ravenwood real and personal property owners are paying $10.0369 per $100 assessed valuation, topping the state. Those entities and taxes are: state, 3¢; sheltered workshop, senior center and health center, 5¢ each; Jackson Township, 4.9¢; Jackson Fire, 29.4¢; Northeast Nodaway R-V, $5.814; Jackson
Skidmore Community Betterment will meet at 6 pm, Monday, December 5 at Newton Hall, Skidmore. Interested individuals are invited.
Nodaway County Commissioners approved a new payroll and time sheet program for all county employees during their November 16 meeting. Beginning the middle of January, employees will log their hours on a website via a Tyler Technologies program called Incode. The online program will give employees the convenience of on-demand access to their payroll information
West Nodaway child development students are now experiencing realistic childcare with life-like electronic babies. The school purchased new reality babies that have more features and sensors than previous models. The electronic dolls help students experience the responsibilities that come with caring for infants. Students must feed the baby, diaper and burp it. In some instances,
By Christina Rice After six years of beekeeping, Erin Mullins, Skidmore, earned the Missouri State Beekeeper of the Year award. Mullins began her beekeeping career as an FFA project and later took a beginner course at Northwest Technical School. She started with three beehives and has grown her operation to five hives. “I was surprised.
After the Thanksgiving meal and shopping on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, kick off the holiday season by giving. #GivingTuesday, the global day of giving, encourages individuals to get involved in their community and help others through the gift of time, donations, goods or voice. There are several ways to give in Nodaway County. SFH
Mallory McConkey, South Nodaway High School senior, signed her National Letter of Intent on November 9 to play basketball at Northwest Missouri State University. Surrounded by her family, Matthew, William, Marissa and Benjamin Curran, dad, Warren McConkey, Mallory, mother, Julie and sister Meaghan, Mallory made it official that she will be attending Northwest.
Students in a section of Northwest Missouri State University’s community engagement university seminar course will host a “Glow with the Flow” 5k to raise funds and awareness for organizations connected to the Maryville and Northwest communities. The event, which is open to the public, begins at 6 pm, Sunday, December 4, in Bearcat Arena, with
The Nodaway-Holt kindergarten class presented a Thanksgiving program and meal to their families on November 18. The children helped with the kitchen preparation of the soup, muffins and pumpkin pies. The students also performed several songs and told the assembly what they were thankful for.