The 2018 St. Francis Hospital Foundation’s golf classic “Our Roots Run Deep” began May 12 with the second annual adult/youth alternate-shot golf event at the Mozingo Watson 9. Left: On May 17, a 19th hole social was held at the Mozingo Conference Center saw Foundation Executive Director Megan Jennings recognize Nodaway Valley Bank CEO and
The Maryville High School girls soccer team ended its season with a 1-5 loss to St. Pius X at sectionals on May 19 at the Hound Pound. Maryville senior Annika Johnson chases down St. Pius senior Rachel Kolich. For more photos and information, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.
The Mozingo Advisory Board recently discussed possible improvements and policy changes to be implemented after peak season ends. Assistant City Manager Ryan Heiland suggested implementing a survey to all current campers as well as emailing a survey to past campers asking about park improvements and what they think staff could do to make Mozingo better.
By Kay Wilson I’ve watched literally hundreds of young people marching in numerous processionals during commencement exercises through my years. During the last couple years, I’ve been gone for literally most of the high schools’ commencement ceremonies, thankfully leaving it to a dedicated news crew. But, I detect something new this year that I hope
The Class 1 MSHSAA State Track and Field Championship was May 18 and 19 at Adkins Stadium, Jefferson City, with 10 athletes competing from Platte Valley, South Holt/Nodaway-Holt and Northeast Nodaway. And half brought medals back home to Northwest Missouri. Platte Valley junior Ashley Riley took home two state titles, placing first in the 1600-meter
The 2018 NCAA Division I Softball Regionals dominated ESPN coverage this past weekend. Super Regionals, or the Sweet Sixteen, will be played this coming weekend. The SEC accounts for eight of the teams. This proportional-symbol map displays the teams that have amassed the highest rankings over the past five years. The largest symbols include Oklahoma,
Paws at The Pub is a monthly social event to benefit the New Nodaway Humane Society. The event will be from 5 to 8 pm, Wednesday, May 30, at The Pub, 414 North Main Street, Maryville. This is a chance for pups and owners to meet in a friendly, relaxed setting while raising awareness and
The Maryville Public Library, 509 North Main Street, Maryville, will start sign-up for the children and youth summer reading program at 9 am, Tuesday, May 29. The program is for children birth to age 18 and lasts through Saturday, July 28. For more information, call the library at 660.582.5281.
The Memorial Day luncheon will be served from 11 am to 1 pm, Sunday, May 27 at the Graham Community Building, Graham. Sponsored by the Graham Community Betterment Association, the menu features fried chicken, salads, slaw, homemade bread, deviled eggs and fruit cobbler. Adults are $9, children ages six to 12 are $3, and under
The Ravenwood Community Betterment breakfast will be held from 8 am to noon, Sunday, May 27 at the Ravenwood Community Building, on West Hawk Street. Cost is $8 for adults and $5 for children. The breakfast includes: bacon, hashbrowns, biscuits and gravy, fried and scrambled eggs, pancakes, coffee and juice. Proceeds go for the upkeep