Month: February

School events for the week of 2/25 to 3/3

Sunday • West Nodaway 3/4 boys and girls BB at Tarkio • West Nodaway FFA Western Farm Show • West Nodaway FFA Breakfast, 8 am • South Nodaway Ball Association meeting, 2 pm Monday • Horace Mann Bearcat Choir, 3:15 pm • North Nodaway PTO Pizza Ranch fundraiser • South Nodaway FFA Labor Auction, 6:30

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Robert Henggeler

Robert Lee Henggeler, 79, Maryville, died Tuesday, February 20, 2018, at his home. Services will be at 10:30 am, Saturday, February 24 at St. Gregory’s Catholic Church, Maryville. Burial will follow in St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Maryville. A prayer service will be at 4:30 pm, Friday, February 23 at Bram Funeral Home, Maryville. The visitation will

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Raymond Enders

Raymond Dean Enders, 81, Williamsburg, OH, died Sunday, February 11, 2018, at the Hospice of Hope Ohio Valley Inpatient Center, Seaman, OH. Services were February 15 at the Mt. Orab Church of Christ, Mt. Orab, with burial in the Mt. Orab Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Mt. Orab Church of Christ, 400 Smith Avenue,

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Methodist to host guest speaker

The First United Methodist Church located at 102 North Main Street, Maryville, will have a guest speaker on Sunday, February 25. Dr. Juanita Simmons, Northwest Missouri State University vice president of the Diversity Equity Inclusion Department, will be delivering a speech entitled “A Message for Millenniels and to Those Who Serve Them.” Services are held

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Northwest reports death of computer science student

The Northwest Missouri State University community is mourning the loss of a student who was found dead this morning at her off-campus residence. Northwest has identified the student as Julieann Freeman, a sophomore computer science major from Liberty. Her death is under investigation by Maryville Public Safety, and no foul play is suspected. Freeman was

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Geography with Goudge

The 67th NBA All-Star Game was played February 18. Players numbering 126 and representing 29 states and 18 countries have made the All-Star roster during the past 18 years. This map based on players’ high school state indicates that the eastern half of the country, particularly the southeastern states, stands out as the leading per-capita

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Kawasaki starts new assembly line, creates new jobs

In a continuing effort to promote economic growth in the Northwest Missouri region, the Kawasaki Maryville plant recently announced the start of a new assembly line. The $520,000 investment is expected to raise production capacity by close to 400 engines per day, once fully staffed. The addition of Kawasaki’s new assembly line has the potential

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Grandin gives a fresh, common sense perspective about two diverse topics

By Kay Wilson Dr. Temple Grandin, a Colorado State University animal science professor and a prolific author of books dealing with today’s education, delivered a James H. Lemon lecture on February 15 at Northwest Missouri State University. The lecture, held in the Ron Houston Center for Performing Arts Mary Linn Auditorium, was titled “Developing Individuals

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NN girls basketball ends season after first round of district play

he North Nodaway Mustangs girls basketball team finished the season with a first round loss to the Rock Port Blue Jays, 33-43, on February 19 at Northeast Nodaway in Ravenwood. Concentrated effort in the second half of play saw the Mustangs out score the Blue Jays by one point in the third quarter and trail

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Library lists week’s activities

The Maryville Public Library, 509 North Main Street, Maryville, will hold the following activities: • Baby/Toddler Time, 9:45 to 10:15 am, Thursday, March 1. For infants to age three accompanied by a parent or caregiver. • Birth to six Story Hour, “Dr. Seuss is on the Loose,” for infants to age six, 5:30 to 6:30

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