Northeast Nodaway Bluejays saw two wins on February 9 in the Homecoming domination of the Osborn Wildcats. The girls Bluejay basketball team held on to part of its substantial lead to end the night 49-40. The boys Bluejay team pulled ahead of the Wildcats from the get-go to keep widening the gap with a final
The Maryville City Council approved an additional 10-year tax abatement for Kawasaki during its regular meeting on February 12. The City of Maryville will issue up to $26 million in Series 2018 Industrial Revenue Bonds, which will be purchased by Kawasaki for equipment investment. The new equipment will be owned by the city and leased
“A History of the Nicholas-Beazley Aviation Company” will be the topic of Cam Blazer’s presentation at 6:30 pm, Thursday, February 15 at the Northwest Missouri Regional Airport, 25775 Hawk Road, Maryville. Blazer is from the Nicholas Beazley Aviation Museum. He will cover the history of the company founded in Marshall in 1924, and the Barling
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The Maryville High School Spectrum Show Choir and Illumination Choir will perform at the Mary Lynn Performing Arts Center on the Northwest Missouri State University campus, Saturday, February 10 as part of a competition showcasing choirs from schools in Missouri, Nebraska and Kansas. Illumination will perform at 8 am. Spectrum will perform at 10:45 am
State Representative Allen Andrews will lead the efforts of the Missouri House of Representatives as it seeks to create policies that promote small business growth and job creation. Andrews will now serve as the chairman of the House special committee on small business. Andrews was selected by House Speaker Todd Richardson to chair the committee
Monday • Nodaway-Holt No School • South Nodaway MoWest Choir Festival • Eugene Field preschool registration, 8 am to 5 pm • Horace Mann Bearcat Choir, 3:15 pm • North Nodaway P/T conferences, 4 to 8 pm • MHS F/JV/V boys BB vs Mid-Buchanan, 5 pm • Jefferson early childhood meeting, 5:30 pm • MHS
Boy Scouts Troop 190, Maryville, sold more than $15,000 worth of popcorn during the annual fundraiser held mid-October to mid-November. The troop, part of the Pony Express Council, was the top seller in the 18-county area. Scoutmaster John Campbell said the primary goal was for each Scout to sell $1,000. “It’s amazing to me that
Nodaway County Health Department Environmental Health Specialist Larry Wickersham inspected county schools and various food establishments throughout the month of January. Joy Wok, 1416 South Main Street, high priority Routine inspection on January 2. Critical: Observed milk stored in refrigeration unit not maintaining 41 degrees or less, can of pineapple juice with deep dent along
The West Nodaway Rockets basketball teams saw Courtwarming losses against the Nodaway-Holt Trojans on February 2. The girls teams ended the evening with the Rockets 47 and the Trojans 59. In the boys game, the Rockets jumped to an early lead which dissolved with a tie score by half; the Trojans dominated the second half.