Cindy White, a Maitland resident, creates pieces of art using local barn wood, a popular trend in home decor. White began building her workshop in the fall of 2016 and retired as manager of the Hy-Vee floral department in 2017, officially expanding her business, The Potters Garden. She started her floral career at Easter’s Flower
American Legion members volunteer for honor guard duties throughout Nodaway County and beyond as the need arises. In addition to the traditional funeral honor guard, members honor service, the military and veterans at parades, Flag Day, Memorial Day and Veterans Day ceremonies and other occasions where they are asked to participate. This year, the honor
B&G Catering’s motto, “just like Mom used to make,” emphasizes the Sunday after church dinner quality of their meals and the family members who pitch in to complete those meals. Sisters Pat Giesken and Rose Buholt officially started B&G Catering four and a half years ago. “Well, we had been doing a few events for
North-West Nodaway, Platte Valley, South Holt-Nodaway-Holt and Northeast Nodaway participated at the Blue Jay Relays on April 10 in Rock Port. Northeast Nodaway athlete Blair Stoll winds up to throw the discus. For more photos and information, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.
The Maryville Parks and Recreation board approved changes to the new SSM Health St. Francis playground restroom during its regular meeting on April 5. MPR Director Aaron Dobson said the playground has no public restrooms and restroom access would be located inside the preschool building in a locked area separate from the private preschool areas.
Sunday • Jefferson FFA Officer Interviews • MHS Speech & Debate American Legion Oratorical • Northeast Nodaway Retirement Party for Mrs. Primm, 1 pm Monday • North Nodaway No School • Jefferson, NH, NEN, SN, WN 7th Career Awareness event • MHS V baseball – Pony Express Tourney begins • Nodaway-Holt 1st to Fairfax Hospital
Maryville resident Bob Ferguson gives back to his community by volunteering at the SSM Health St. Francis Hospital front desk. He, along with approximately 33 others, man the front desk area, assisting patients and visitors, giving directions, forwarding calls and providing a friendly smile to all who enter the hospital. “We are the first point
A crowd gathered at Mozingo Lake and Recreation Park on April 11 to commemorate National Crime Victims’ Rights Week by holding a tree planting ceremony. The event opened with the Maryville High School Spectrum Choir, followed by an invocation, pledge of allegiance, the reading of a proclamation by Mayor Pro-Tem Ben Lipiec, a speech from
Following the #MeToo #TimesUp and #NoMore campaigns, survivors of domestic and sexual abuse will tell “Our Stories” at 6:30 pm, Friday, April 13 at the JW Jones Student Union Ballroom on the Northwest Missouri State University campus. The public is invited.
The Maryville Pride Lions Club is hosting a rummage sale from 7 am to 6 pm, Saturday, April 14 at the Nodaway County Senior Center, 1210 East First Street. Proceeds will benefit the senior center and Lions Clubs diabetes fund.