Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander recently reminded Missourians the voter registration deadline for the November 8 general election is October 12. Missourians can visit GoVoteMissouri.com for more information. In 2013, Kander made Missouri the 16th state in the country that allows eligible voters to fill out their voter registration forms, including change of address
Nodaway County residents may get the flu vaccine at the following Maryville locations: Hy-Vee Pharmacy, 1217 South Main, The Nodaway County Health Center, 2416 South Main, Rogers Pharmacy, 125 East South Avenue, SSM Health St. Francis Hospital, 2016 South Main, Walgreen Drug Store, 1114 South Main, and Walmart Pharmacy, 1605 South Main. According to Tabitha
Nodaway County’s Enhanced Enterprise Zone Board (EEZ) met in September for the first time in three years. The board was started in October 2011 to discuss the possibility of moving wind turbines into the area. Because large businesses often locate in an area based on incentives, the board created an incentive program. The incentive program
Nodaway County Sheriff Darren White pauses beside his car which sports new pink lettering in support of breast cancer awareness. The department also issued new uniform patches with pink lettering. “We are just trying to do our part to raise awareness. Cancer affects a lot of people,” White said. “You would be hard pressed to
With fall firearms turkey season running Oct. 1-31, the Missouri Department of Conservation advises hunters it could be a challenging season. This year’s annual wild-turkey brood-survey shows statewide turkey production in 2016 was lower than the five-year average – likely due to poor nesting success. “Although we didn’t have many days with heavy rainfall in
The Maryville Chamber of Commerce has announced that Lily White, Northwest Missouri State University alumni, has been named executive director. White has previously worked in the Northwest Missouri State University event coordinating department where she oversaw the planning and execution of university events. She has also been the office administrator at Point O’Pines Camp for
Maryville City Council members met September 14 and voted to approve the development of a new subdivision on Icon Road. They held a public hearing for a preliminary plat for Ridgeline Estates subdivision owned by the Sarah J. Arnold Trust. The 22 acres along Icon will be divided into 63 R-2 zoned lots. They approved
Laura Street Baptist Church held its annual Water Wars youth games on August 5. Local firefighters closed Laura Street and allowed youth to use fire hoses in competitive games.
Don Weston of AseraCare Hospice Foundation presented a $500 gift to Stephanie Patterson, Maryville Public Library director, for the purchase of ebooks, downloadable audiobooks and children’s books all related to the grief process.