Month: September

United Way spotlight: Nodaway County school nurses

With the annual United Way of Nodaway County campaign under way, the Nodaway News Leader is featuring a partner agency each week, so that contributors understand how their donations will be used. This week we’re showcasing Nodaway County school nurses. United Way helps eight Nodaway County schools purchase additional supplies to be used by school

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Spoofhounds wins MEC Conference golf tournament

The lady Spoofhounds won the MEC Conference golf tournament that was held at Mozingo Lake Recreation Park on September 20 with a team score of 372. Teams from Smithville, Benton, Chillicothe, Savannah, Cameron, Lafayette and LeBlond attended. Maryville golfer Rylie Mundorf chips the ball across the water. For more photos and information, see the printed

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Nodaway-Holt volleyball comes away with 2-0 win over West Nodaway

Making headway in the middle of their season, the Nodaway-Holt Trojans pulled their fourth win in a week September 19 with a 2-0 win over the West Nodaway Rockets in Graham. Madalyn Walker’s serves early in the second set were huge as the Rockets doubled up on Nodaway-Holt early on. For more information and photos,

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Trojans Homecoming sees football team victorious

Nodaway-Holt royalty included seniors DJ Beaderstadt and Phoebe Gard. Beaderstadt is the son of Kristine Patterson while Gard’s mother is Bet Gard. The Spartans won 50-0 against the Dekalb Tigers. For more photos and  information, see the printed Nodaway News Leader. Save

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Panthers hand Muskets a Homecoming loss

The North-West Nodaway Muskets were shut out in a 50-0 Homecoming loss by the Mound City Panthers that spanned a little over one half September 15 in Burlington Jct. The Homecoming king was Trace Hunt, son of Brian Hunt and Rachel Hunt, while the Homecoming queen was Hope Ogle, granddaughter of Bill and Nancy Ogle.

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Maryville enters into agreement with MTC

The Maryville City Council agreed to extend the work release program with the Maryville Treatment Center during its regular meeting September 13. The program provides a work program for six offenders serving time at the treatment center. The offenders will work from 7:30 am to 12:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Some of the work duties

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AAA sees revenue increase; senior center faces cuts

By Kay Wilson The Northwest Missouri Area Agency on Aging is the governmental entity which develops and administers a plan for the senior population in Northwest Missouri’s 18 counties. Most importantly, this agency allocates state and federal funding to senior centers for nutrition services. Funding to the agency has grown in recent years seeing a

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Northeast Nodaway falls to Dekalb

The Northeast softball team lost to Dekalb 8-4 on September 19. Bluejay Blair Stoll releases a powerful pitch, striking out her opponent. For more photos and information, see the printed Nodaway News Leader. Save

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West Nodaway BOE

The West Nodaway R-I Board of Education met in open and closed meetings on September 13 to handle the following school district business: Parents from the Burlington Jct. Blazers summer baseball program talked to the board about the cook shack project being undertaken for the BJ City Park ball field. WN uses the field for

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