Month: January

Maryville council holds liquor license revocation hearing

Erik Schreiber, owner of The Palms Bar and Grill, LLC, will appear before members of the Maryville City Council at 6 pm, Thursday, February 9 at City Hall to determine whether he will be able to retain his liquor license. During the council meeting on October 24, 2016, Maryville Public Safety Director Keith Wood presented

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Regents approve resolutions, curriculum proposals

During its regular meeting January 27,  Northwest Missouri State University’s Board of Regents approved eight curriculum proposals and authorized the university to apply for a Missouri Department of Natural Resources grant that could partly fund the relocation of an outdoor classroom. The Regents passed the resolution authorizing the university to apply for a grant administered

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Robert Schulte

Robert Eugene Schulte, 86, Maryville, died Thursday, January 26, 2017, at Parkdale Manor Care Center, Maryville.  Funeral services were Tuesday, January 31 at St. Gregory’s Catholic Church, with burial in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Maryville. Memorials may be made to AseraCare Hospice, Savannah, or to an agriculture scholarship to be established in Mr. Shulte’s name at

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Joan Mullock

Joan Mullock, 78, died Wednesday, January 25, 2017, in Maryville. Funeral services were Saturday, January 28 at Prugh-Dunfee Funeral Home, Grant City, with burial in Oxford Cemetery, Oxford. Memorials may be made to the Parnell United Methodist Church or to the Oxford Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of Prugh-Dunfee Funeral Home, Grant City.

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Why your immune system and most prescription drugs can’t kill mold

Editor’s note: The writer is telling her personal story with black mold poisoning and her healing process, sharing information that she has learned through the articles in this series. She does not have a medial degree, but consults her physician in the writing of these articles. by Christina Rice You can breathe in mold spores

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Health board changes meeting time, date

The Nodaway County Health Center Board of Directors decided at the January 18 meeting to change their meeting time to 10 am on the third Wednesday of each month. The next meeting will be 10 am, Wednesday, February 15 at the Nodaway County Health Center. Tom Patterson, director, updated the board on the progress of

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Geography with Goudge

February 1 is National Signing Day. Few events garner as much media attention in the life of a high school senior as Signing Day. This sample of the 300 top high school football recruits according to ESPN highlights the Pigskin Cult. This region indicates the prominent role the southern states play in college football. The

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Annual hospital gala goes under the big top

This year’s Under the Big Top-themed St. Francis Gala is Saturday, February 18 and will be hosted by the St. Francis Hospital Foundation and SSM Health St. Francis Hospital Auxiliary. The annual event is one of the foundation’s major fundraisers, with this year’s proceeds going toward the new SSM Health Preschool & Child Care Center.

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Community Foundation hosts 6th annual event

The 2017 Community Foundation of Northwest Missouri, Inc. breakfast is Friday, February 10 at the JW Jones Student Union Ballroom on the Northwest Missouri State University campus. The guest speaker is Ron Drake, author of “Flip this Town.” He is also the CEO and founder of Ron Drake Consulting, LLC. His firm provides consulting services

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NOCOMO board works on future

The NOCOMO Board of Directors met on January 24 to review the sheltered workshop’s performance and to consider the future of the facility. “It’s important to have full engagement from the board of directors from here on out,” Nicki Samson, workshop manager, said. Of the nine board members, only five were able to attend the

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