Wanda Joyce Cozine, 84, Maryville, died Saturday, March 11, 2017, at Village Care Center, Maryville. Mrs. Cozine was cremated. Gravesite services will be at 11 am, Saturday, April 1 at the Weathermon Cemetery, Guilford. Memorials may be made to the Holmesville Church of the Brethren, Holmesville, NE, or to a charity of choice. Online condolences
One of the vendors at the Maryville Home and Better Living Show on March 26 was the Maryville Host Lions promoting the Maryville Farmers Market. Lions, Jerry Lutz, Sam Mason and Korrie Sowards, all on the farmers market committee, answered questions. The farmers market will start Saturday, May 6 at the same location as last
The Maryville girls soccer team lost to Grain Valley on March 27. For more photos, scores and information see the March 30, 2018 Nodaway News Leader.
Northwest Missouri State University became the first school in Division II history to win a football and men’s basketball title in the same academic year with a 71-61 victory over Fairmont State in the national championship game March 25 in Souix Falls, SD. A packed house of Bearcat fans witnessed the home team never trailing
The Maryville City Council approved a $156,417 change order for the Mozingo Lake Recreation Park Conference Center during its regular meeting March 27. Last fall, in order to stay on-budget city staff removed several value-engineering items from the project. The change order adds the construction of several items back to the project at reduced cost.
Four teams, Duke – five, Connecticut – four, Kentucky and North Carolina – three each, have won a total of 15 titles in the past 30 years. Once again, as in other basketball maps, the eastern half of the country is dominating basketball. North Carolina will be facing newcomers Gonzaga, Oregon and South Carolina in
The First United methodist Church, 102 North Main Street, Maryville, will hold the second annual bike blessing and breakfast beginning with breakfast at 9 am, Saturday, April 1. The blessing is to follow at 10 am. All motorcyclists, scooter riders and bicyclists are invited. Weather date will by Saturday, April 8.
The Graham Lions Club will host an all-you-can-eat fish, mountain oysters and chicken fry from 4:30 to 7 pm on Saturday, April 1, at the Graham Community Building. The cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children. This is the last fry of the season.
The Parnell Fire Protection District personnel will be providing a full roasted hog meal from 5:30 to 8 pm, Saturday, April 1 at the American Legion. The menu includes pork, baked potato, salads, baked beans, dessert and beverages. Freewill donation will be collected.
The Parnell American Legion Post 528 will hold a fundraiser breakfast from 8 am to noon on Sunday, April 2, at the Legion Hall. Free will donation.