Eddie Eagle® will promote gun safety from 9 to 11 am, Saturday, September 16, at gate three of the Hangar Cinema, 1602 South Main Street, Maryville. Event is sponsored by NWMO Gun Safe.
The Maryville Farmers Market starts winding down season. The market is from 7:30 am to noon or when vendors sell out, Saturdays, September 16, 23, and 30, in the parking lot at Fourth and Buchanan Streets, Maryville.
Lions Clubs members and other volunteers work to install pavers at the Freedom Rock® Plaza in Franklin Park, Seventh and Main Streets, Maryville. WR O’Riley sorts the bricks while Larry Wickersham, Chris Davison, Rob Sparks and Ryan Losh lay the pavers. In the background, Doug Thompson and Bob Westfall assist the bricklayers. Sand surrounds the
With the slash of $100,000 in state and federal funding, the Nodaway County Senior Center is scrambling for funds to keep its senior meals, both at the center and those that are home delivered, available for Nodaway County citizens. The center receives funding from the Nodaway County Senior Tax, a 5¢ levy per $100 assessed
The Nodaway County Enhanced Enterprise Zone (EEZ) committee and the Northwest Nodaway EEZ approved the tax adjustment application from Tenaska Clear Creek Wind, LLC, Omaha, NE, during a meeting on August 31. Tenaska plans to construct a wind farm project that sits in both EEZ zones, 70 percent will be in the Nodaway County EEZ
Platte Valley shortstop Kaylin LaMaster had her hand in all three outs against Northeast Nodaway in the bottom of the third inning as the Eagles went on to win 11-0 September 5 against the Bluejays in Ravenwood. For more photos and the complete sports story, see the Printed Nodaway News Leader. Save
Eugene Field Elementary School Media Specialist Ree Sullivan got a pleasant surprise when the school’s newly-remodeled library was awarded $1,000. Gumdrop Books, an international book distributor based in Bethany, continued its grand re-opening celebration of the company’s online store by inviting librarians to view the revamped site and enter the library book giveaway through the
Nodaway County Health Department Environmental Health Specialist Larry Wickersham found unlabeled chemicals during routine inspections of various food establishments throughout the month of August. Gray’s Truck Stop Restaurant, 22979 US Highway 71, medium priority Routine inspection August 2. Critical: None Observed. Non-critical: Observed bag of flour stored on floor of walk-in freezer, case of beef
Sunday • St. Gregory’s All School Mass, 10:30 am • West Nodaway Booster Club Supper & Kickball, 6 pm Monday • Jefferson FCA Student Week of Prayer begins • Maryville Middle picture retakes, 7:30 am • Jefferson 8th DARE, 1st hour • Maryville High 10th Jostens, 2:30 pm • Maryville High V golf at Lawson,
Emma Sackett, 74, Ravenwood, died Monday, September 4, 2017, at her home. Services will be at 10:30 am, Friday, September 8 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Parnell, with burial in Grant City Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Prugh-Dunfee Funeral Home, Grant City.