The Downtown Maryville organization is once again sponsoring the Scarecrow Contest. To promote community spirit, businesses and organizations in the downtown area will have themed scarecrows outside their place of business or in business windows starting at noon, Friday, October 20. Judging will take place on Friday, October 27, with the scarecrows remaining up until
Nodaway County property owners have the esteemed honor to pay the highest tax rate in Missouri again this year. Ravenwood real and personal property owners are paying $10.0214 per $100 assessed valuation, topping the state. Those entities and taxes are: state, 3¢; sheltered workshop, senior center and health center, 5¢ each; Jackson Township, 4.92¢; Jackson
United States Senator Claire McCaskill held a town hall event at the Nodaway County Senior Center on October 10. Every individual who attended was given an index card and encouraged to write down any questions they might have for her. McCaskill then had a crowd member draw cards out of the basket at random to
The Nodaway County Senior Center is weathering the first month of the privatizing pilot program with several changes at the center. Director Amie Firavich stated that the amount of money lost from the Northwest Missouri Area Agency on Aging was closer to $150,000 than the $100,000 she had originally thought. The senior center is losing
St. Gregory’s preschoolers attended the first-ever preschool apple fest on September 29. Isaac James and Landon Tapps eat apples and caramel during snack time. The students also participated in a pedal pull, decorated pumpkins donated by Matt and Kylie Rosenbohm, looked at a tractor and more. For more photos, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.
The Platte Valley Longhorns faced the DeKalb Tigers during a Homecoming game September 30. The final score saw the Longhorns coming up short 64-68. However, the day was filled with additional events enjoyed by students, parents and alumni. There were two sets of royalty crowned with the crown bearer duties falling to Claire Clements, daughter
The St. Joseph Christian Lions put away a 52-6 halftime win over the North-West Nodaway Muskets September 29 in Hopkins during North Nodaway’s Homecoming. The 2017 North Nodaway homecoming king and queen are Wade Torres, son of Ismael and Jennifer Torres and Taylor Combs, daughter of Mike and Shelley Combs. Little Mr. Hopkins Trenton Roberts,
The American Cancer Society gives these tips for early detection of breast cancer. Knowing how your breasts normally look and feel is an important part of breast health. Finding breast cancer as early as possible gives you a better chance of successful treatment. But knowing what to look for does not take the place of
Youth in Nodaway County 4-H groups celebrated National 4-H Week, October 1-7.
Following are Nodaway County October events: • October 1-14 – Family Pumpkin decorating contest, turn in pumpkins at Maryville Public Library, 509 North Main Street. Judging October 17, ribbons awarded. For more information, call the library at 660.582.5281. • October 1 – Santa Cops 4 Kids golf tournament, Mozingo Lake Recreation Park golf course, 25055