The annual law enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics saw a large turn out May 23. James Runde, the coordinator since 2007, stated the run promotes awareness of individuals with disabilities being included in athletics. Runde also stated that Missouri is ranked sixth in the nation for the amount of money it raises for the
Wear Blue: run to remember, Maryville, will be at 9 am, Saturday, May 27 at the Raymond J. Courter College Park Pavilion at Northwest Missouri State University. The event is an informal gathering during which runners honor the service and sacrifice of the American military. For more information, visit the Facebook page Wear Blue Maryville
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 31 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 Nodaway County Association of Retired School Employees will have its last meeting of the school year on Thursday, June 1. It will be a brunch at 8:30 am at the Nodaway County Senior Center. Gay Dittemore, Region 1 vice-president, will be a guest. All new retirees are also invited as guests. Amie Firavich, senior
The Nodaway County Republican Women will hold a meeting at 11:30 am, Thursday, June 1 at Pizza Ranch, Maryville.
The local Masons will meet at 7:30 pm, Monday, June 5 at the Masonic Lodge on North Main, Maryville.
Aaron and Rosey Runde, Ravenwood, announce the birth of a son, Colton James, born on Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at Mosaic Life Care, St. Joseph. He weighed eight pounds and joins a sister, Autumn. Maternal grandparents are David and Lisa Loch, Maryville. Paternal grandparents are Ken and Terry Runde, Parnell. Maternal great-grandmother is Marian Loch,
Maryville’s Lettuce Dream will be hosting The Amazing Lettuce Chase, an event similar to the popular TV series The Amazing Race, later this summer. The Amazing Lettuce Chase will start and end at Lettuce Dream’s production facility, 1623 East Second, Maryville. Upon completion of the chase, participants will be offered refreshments and an opportunity to
Northeast Nodaway’s third graders in Heidi Beatty’s class are learning how to sew and quilt. Beatty began the annual project six years ago when she was teaching at Horace Mann. The class began by reading Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder. In the book, family is highly valued. The students dove
The weekly Maryville Farmers Market saw a good turnout May 6. Vendors were selling flowers, vegetable plants, early produce, homemade jams, cinnamon rolls, doughnuts, pallet boxes, crocheted items and more. The market will be open from 7:30 am until supplies run out, every Saturday until the end of September.