Virgil Dale Joslin, 67, Maryville, died Sunday, July 1, 2018, surrounded by his family. Services are 10 am, Saturday, July 7 at St. Gregory’s Catholic Church, Maryville, with private burial at a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of Andrews-Hann Funeral Home, Grant City.
Dustin S. Scott, 34, Maysville, died Saturday, June 30, 2018, from a motorcycle accident. Services were July 3 at Turner Family Funeral Home, Maysville, with burial in Oak Lawn Cemetery, Maysville. Memorials may be made to Dustin’s son, Rhyott Scott. Online condolences may be left at turnerfamilyfuneral.com. Arrangements were under the direction of Turner Family
Winifred May Green Fishell, 98, Clearmont, died Tuesday, June 26, 2018, at Westridge Quality Care and Rehab, Clarinda, IA. Services were June 29 at Oak Hill Cemetery, Clearmont. Memorials may be made to Clearmont Community Club. Arrangements were under the direction of Walker-Merrick-Eickemeyer Funeral Chapel, Clarinda.
Alice Marie Stoll Redden, 71, Maryville, died Thursday, June 28, 2018, at Maryville Living Center, Maryville. Services were July 2 at St. Gregory Barbarigo Catholic Church, Maryville, with burial in St. Columba Cemetery, Conception. Memorials may be made to SSM Hospice of Northwest Missouri or American Legion Auxiliary Post 464, Conception Jct. Online condolences may
Wimbledon, the oldest tennis tournament in the world which was first played in 1877, is upon us now through July 15. This map displays the hometowns of the 25 tennis players from the United States, 11 men and 14 women competing in this year’s Wimbledon Tennis Singles Championships. The East Coast, Midwest and California dominate.
At the July 2 Hopkins City Council meeting, City Clerk Dee O’Riley presented information about Hopkins becoming a member of the Missouri Municipal League. The council was interested in the inquiry service for legal questions and the resources available online. The membership cost of $400 was approved. Resolution 110, the Nodaway County Multi-Jurisdictional Local Hazard
Due to a Saturday evening storm, the celebration of Small Town America in Elmo began June 30 and finished with fireworks the evening of July 1. Annual parade entries included youth, politicians and farming equipment of yesteryear.The Mt. Tabor 4-H Club float was filled with energized youth.
The blood emergency declared by Community Blood Center (CBC) for the Greater Kansas City metropolitan area in June continues as we enter July and the holiday week. The organization is urging the community to come out and donate blood to help replenish the blood supply for more than 60 hospitals throughout the area including Kansas
The Missouri 8-man Football Coaches Association will host its 10th annual Missouri 8-man football senior all-star game in July. Thirty-nine of Missouri’s top 8-man senior football players have been invited to participate in the event and were drafted by the coaches into two teams, Silver and Green. The Silver All-Star Team includes: Cole Alloway and
Community Services of Northwest Missouri Outreach Director Cathy Rybolt and Operations Director Carla Wetzel present Second Harvest Community Food Bank Director Chad Higdon with the Outstanding Community Service Award on June 22. Second Harvest is one of Community Services partner agencies. The award acknowledges community partners and leaders who are vital to Community Services’ mission.