The youth PGA league of three Maryville teams and one St. Joseph team played a match on the Watson 9, Mozingo Lake Golf Course, June 24. Breaking into duos, the young golfers played best ball. Alex Rice, Maryville, determines the trajectory of his shot before teeing off.
The Missouri Department of Transportation is taking additional measures to accommodate an expected increase in traffic due to the Fourth of July holiday. On Missouri’s interstates and most heavily traveled roads, no additional lane restrictions will be put in place on July 4, 5 and 6 during daylight hours. There are some lane and bridge closures
Despite a sporadic rain shower, Northwest Missouri State University administrators, parents, students and representatives from both the state and local levels gathered to cut the ribbon on Horace Mann’s new outdoor classroom. Dean of the School of Education Timothy Wall, Horace Mann Principal Sandy Seipel, Regents Chair Pat Harr, Northwest President John Jasinski and other
By Superintendent Johnnie Silkett Instruction: South Nodaway is fully accredited by the state of Missouri. In the 2016-2017 school year we received 100 percent for MSIP 5. (Figures have not been released for 2017-18.) I also want to say that our results go beyond the scores. Our students are both mentally challenged and nurtured to
Tiny Lawrence Meyer, 74, Maryville, died Tuesday, June 26, 2018. Services are 2 pm, Saturday, June 30 at Price Funeral Home, Maryville. The family will receive friends for two hours prior to the service. Burial will be in St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Maryville. Memorials may be made to SSM Hospice. Online condolences may be left at
Carol Jean Hager, 67, formerly of Barnard, died Friday, May 11, 2018, at Belton Hospital, after a lengthy illness. Arrangements were under the direction of Kansas City Funeral Directors with burial in Memorial Park, St. Joseph, at a later date.
The Nodaway County Historical Society (NCHS) recently announced the Maryville museum has been selected to host the Smithsonian traveling exhibit “Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America” from October 12 to December 2. The NCHS and the surrounding community have been expressly chosen by the Missouri Humanities Council to host this exhibit, which was created by
The Maryville City Council approved an ordinance on June 27 that will allow local fireworks stands to continue business as usual. During its regular meeting, the council approved an ordinance reducing the distance the city requires fireworks stands to be from fuel sources, schools or healthcare facilities. Previous ordinances stated fireworks stands must be a
Melinda Patton, Nodaway County clerk, reported copies of the August 7 Primary ballots are available on the county website for viewing at nodawaycountymo.us under the Election Information tab. Voters need to remember the August election is a primary and they will be selecting a party ballot of their choice. The August party ballots selections are:
The Friends Caring group will meet at 4 pm, Thursday, July 5 in the Friendship Hall, First United Methodist Church, 102 North Main Street, Maryville. Friends Caring is for individuals of all ages who find themselves alone, either by choice, divorce, death or other circumstances. The hour of sharing, scripture led by Rev. Marjean Ehlers