The Ravenwood Community Betterment breakfast will be held from 8 am to noon on Sunday, September 24 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
Businesses, churches, organizations and others can sign up, now through September 25, to hand out candy or other treats at the 22nd Annual Downtown Trick or Treat in Maryville. The event is from 5 to 7 pm, Monday, October 30. The cost is $5 and may be dropped by the Nodaway News Leader, 116 East
Everyone who lives in or visits this city has a reason they’ve chosen Maryville. Downtown Maryville is asking community citizens to identify what it is that makes Maryville special, and to come up with a slogan or phrase that defines it. Downtown Maryville is an organization made up of local business people with the common
Beulah Bernice West, 102, Sheridan, died Thursday, September 14, 2017, at St. Francis Hospital, Maryville. Graveside services were held Monday, September 18 at Oak Hill Cemetery, Clearmont. Memorials may be given to the American Heart Association. Online condolences may be left at pricefuneralhomemaryville.com. Arrangements were under the direction of Price Funeral Home.
Approximately 100 people, including more than two dozen motorcyclists, attended First Christian Church in Burlington Jct. on September 10 for a biker Sunday. The congregation invited members of the local Christian Motorcycle Association Chapters (CMA) to come. CMA area representatives David and Kim Sampson, Trenton, shared their testimony. A collection was taken for the CMA
Maryville High School running back Tyler Houchin reaches with the football trying to gain extra inches during the Spoofhound’s 54-6 victory over Bishop LeBlond on September 8. For more photos and the story, see the Nodaway News Leader.
The Maryville Fire Department hosted a memorial service honoring firefighters and first responders who lost their lives due to the terrorist attacks on the twin towers in New York City on September 11, 2001. The service also honored the men and women who serve in the armed forces. In his speech, Fire Chief Phil Rickabaugh
The West Nodaway Ministerial Alliance is in need of donations to help families in need through the winter. The Ministerial Alliance works to share the light of Christ throughout the community by offering families in need financial emergency assistance, funding the angel tree project which provides food boxes for families at Christmas and giving Bibles
St. Gregory’s student ambassadors supported a Hope for Harvey campaign to help those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. The students sent cards with prayers and hopeful messages to those affected and held a prayer assembly. St. Gregory’s students, Brinley Conn, Wesley Snead, Tye Halley and Anna White, pause for a moment during the Taco John’s Crunch
Unicorns were spotted at the 17th annual Lollipop Parade in Conception Jct. on September 10. Emersyn McCrary rode Spirit and led Shimmer Shine, both outfitted as unicorns. Emersyn’s mother, Lisa McCrary, was on Axle. For more photos and information, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.