With a heatwave hitting a good portion of the country this week, including the Midwest, the Nodaway County Health Department has given some tips to help beat the heat. Those most at risk for heat-related illnesses are the elderly, people living with chronic medical conditions, children, the homeless, the poor, athletes and those working outdoors.
GameTime has announced the funding recipients of its 2017 Show Me Healthy Communities statewide training and funding initiative and they include Maryville Parks and Recreation. In collaboration with the SSM Health preschool and child care center being built at St. Francis, the grant funding will be used to build a playground, which would be an
Nodaway County Health Department Environmental Health Specialist Larry Wickersham found dirty fan blades and insecticide stored over beer during routine inspections of various food establishments throughout the month of June. Hy-Vee Starbucks, 1217 South Main, low priority Routine inspection on June 6. Critical: None observed. Non-critical: None observed. Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp., 28147 Business Highway
Guilford Community Center has been named as one of GRM Networks® first quarter 2017 Community Improvement Grant recipients. The community center plans to use the $250 grant to help purchase new carpet for the center. Other recipients were the Gilman City Ball Association and the Summer Café in Jamesport. Since 1999, GRM Networks® has awarded
Nodaway County 4-H members will showcase their talents Saturday, July 8 at the 2017 Nodaway County 4-H Achievement Day on the main floor of the Nodaway County Administration Center on the square in Maryville. 4-H members, ages 8-18, have been working on projects since the 4-H year began October 1. For each project enrolled in,
By Kathryn Rice The 2017 Nodaway County Fair parade grand marshals are the McPherson family in honor of the late Brian McPherson. The parade starts at 9:30 am, Saturday, July 15. The theme is Discover the Magic of Memories and the route is Maryville’s Fourth Street starting at College Avenue continuing east to Buchanan Street
In our over-processed world, the chance to talk to the person who grows the food or makes the items we consume is provided at the Maryville Farmers Market starting at 7:30 am every Saturday morning now through September at Buchanan and Fourth Streets. This is the third in a series giving NNL readers the chance
The fifth annual Mustang Memorial Scholarship Fund Bike and Car Cruise Poker Run will start with registration from 9 to 10 am, Saturday, July 8 at the North Nodaway High School, Hopkins. Kickstands are up at 10 am. Lunch will be served at the Host Lions Shelter from noon to 2 pm, Mozingo Lake Recreation
Nodaway News Leader Publisher Kay Wilson presents Jessica Sheil, Maryville, $100 in Maryville Chamber Bucks and a certificate as the grand prize winner in the NNL 4th annual photo contest. Sheil entered a photo of leaves on a winter morning titled “Frosted Morning” in the nature category, age 17 and under. For more photos of
Jan Corley, the founder of the Lisa Lane 4th of July parade, gives the royal wave as Tim White squires her along the 40th annual parade route. “I’m thrilled it’s been able to continue,” Corley said, who lives on Lisa Lane, Maryville. “It’s for the kids.” For more photos, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.