The Maryville R-II School Board met February 15 to approve personnel and conduct the following business: The following individuals were approved for hire: George Kegode, high school soccer assistant coach; Gina Felzke, second grade; Anna Hulsey, third grade; Darcie Rougeau, first grade; and Kendle Luke, second grade. Jennifer Stoll was reassigned to Title I reading,
Maryville High School senior Hailee Beemer is one of three Missouri Pork Association youth ambassadors for 2017. Missouri Pork Ambassador is a prestigious position awarded to someone who has shown dedication and high involvement in the pork industry. Beemer got into the pork industry three years ago when she began showing Yorkshire and Hampshire gilts
The Northeast Nodaway R-V School Board met on February 15 to hire an assistant principal and conduct the following business: Bryan Grow was hired as the assistant principal beginning next school year. He will be replacing Jason McDowell as McDowell will be the new head principal. The board approved raising the teacher base salary by
Linda Mattson, Conception Jct., is the new executive director of the Children and Family Center of Northwest Missouri, 1220 East Second Street, Maryville. Mattson was named to the position in January. She had worked part time at the shelter since November 14, 2016. She brings a varied background of qualifications to her new role. Her
The Nodaway-Holt R-VII School Board met on February 15 to approve personnel and conduct the following business: Shawn Emerson was hired to be the new high school principal following the resignation of High School Principal Ethan Sickles. Resignations were also accepted from Autumn Steinhardt, English, and Hannah Haffecke, first grade. Physical education teacher Clay James
SN advances to second round during the district basketball game on February 21. Mustangs lose to Bluejays Panthers blast the Rockets out of districts For more photos, scores and prep scoreboard see the printed Nodaway News Leader.
The South Nodaway R-IV Board of Education met in open and closed sessions on February 15 to take care of the following school district business: Game Time Athletics, Weston, was selected to do the baseball field for the Guilford Sports Complex. The work is to be done in 90 days from the start of the
By Kathryn Rice Public art should be at the table from the beginning on all projects said Adam Jones, Kansas City, during his visit to Maryville on February 16. Jones, who describes himself as a design and development consultant who specializes in building renovation and structural restoration, sees art as a tool for social action.
The Ravenwood Community Betterment breakfast will be held from 8 am to noon on Sunday, February 26, at the Ravenwood Community Building. Cost is $8 for adults and $5 for children.
At the February 15 Nodaway County Health Center Board of Directors meeting, it was decided to move forward in making the second floor of the building ADA compliant. Creal, Clark & Seifert Architects/Engineers, Inc., St. Joseph, were approved to provide architectural/engineering service for the MERIL entrance, stair and elevator access to the second floor. The