The following are some of the activities taking place in Nodaway County: November 21-December 12 Today’s Civic Women continues its collection for Toys for Tots of Nodaway County. Distribution will be from 4 to 6 pm, Monday, December 12 at the Nodaway County Administration Building, 403 North Market Street, Maryville. November 28 #GivingTuesday for St.
Barnard Bethany Christian Church Advent service, 10:30 am, Sundays, December 3, 10, 17 and 24. Christmas program, 6 pm, Wednesday, December 20. Christian Church Annual Christmas dinner, 5:30 pm, Sunday, December 3. Advent services, 10:30 am, Sundays, November 26, December 3, 10, 17 and 24. United Methodist Church Christmas Eve service, 6 pm, Sunday, December
Steve and Donella Sherry have been instrumental in organizing the Christmas Homes Tour to raise money for the Gethsemane Children’s Home, Chiang Mai, Thailand. When the couple first moved to Thailand in 2011, they said they were unsure of what God was calling them to do. They made contact with other missionaries in the country
The 2017 Annual Performance Report (APR) data for Missouri public school districts and charter public schools has been released by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education with all Nodaway County schools receiving the Accredited level. The APR combines five performance standards – academic achievement, subgroup achievement, college and career readiness, attendance and graduation
Veterans Day, November 11, saw many veterans and family members turn out for the dedication of the Nodaway County Freedom Rock® in Franklin Park, Seventh and Main Streets, Maryville. Members of the American Legion Posts in Nodaway County stand at parade rest for the ceremony. The Freedom Rock® is the Centennial Legacy Project of the
The Worth County Tigers including several Northeast Nodaway boys won the privilege to play in the Show-Me State Football Championships by winning 58-14 against the North Andrew Cardinals. The Tigers will face Sedalia Sacred Heart at 3 pm, Saturday, November 18 in Springfield. For more photos and information, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.
The Maryville High School Spoofhound football team was triumphant with a 19-13 Kansas City Center High School Yellowjackets on November 11. The team’s helmets had a red, white and blue sticker for commemorating Veterans Day, along with the Hounds carrying the American flags when the team took the field at the beginning. For more photos
The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce leadership announces the Third Annual Chamber Christmas Parade to be Friday, December 1. Beginning November 7, the Grinch Marshal voting opened at Your Maryville Hy-Vee and Walmart. Every $1 is equivalent to a vote for that nominee to become the Grinch of Maryville and then that indivdual will lead
By Christina Rice Five Nodaway County veterans attend the Veterans Honor Flight to Washington, DC, on September 26. The flight creates a special day honoring those who have served our country. Local participants were Bob Colville, who served in the Navy, and Army veterans Robert Jobst, Richard Jobst, William Rabel and Roland Tullberg. Each veteran
In an effort to help Nodaway County law enforcement agencies provide their officers continuing training required by the state with limited budget resources, Robert L. Rice, Nodaway County prosecuting attorney, is hosting a series of trainings in November on common legal issues in law enforcement at the Nodaway County Administration Center conference room. Trainings are