The Maryville Chamber Ambassador Nodaway County Fair Parade, sponsored by the ambassadors, will begin at 9:30 am, Saturday, July 21. As in past years, the parade route will follow Fourth Street east from Northwest Missouri State University then turn south on Buchanan and end at Second Street. The theme for this year is “Back to
New Medicare cards are on their way to everyone enrolled in the program. The new cards will contain a new unique Medicare number that is randomly generated. The new numbers will replace social security numbers on the card. The change is being made to protect people from identity theft and illegal use of Medicare benefits.
Community members and dignitaries flocked to the NOCOMO Industries open house June 7. Certified employees, staff and board members greeted attendees. They took pride in showing off the workshop’s accomplishments in providing dignified employment. Currently there are 42 certified employees. NOCOMO employee members of the 30+ Years Club include, front: Ronda Henry, 32 years; Joy
As part of an international movement, the American Red Cross is launching the Missing Types campaign to recruit new blood donors and those who have not given recently to ensure lifesaving blood is available for patients. During the Missing Types campaign, the letters A, B and O, the main blood groups, will disappear from participating
The Burlington Jct. City Council held its regular meeting June 11 despite pending stormy weather. During the meeting, council members heard a presentation from Linda Laderoute, Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Governments. Local governmental agencies are required to review and update their Hazard Mitigation Plan every five years. The last time the county’s plan was
The Maryville City Council met June 11 for a regular meeting with an abbreviated agenda. The council granted the Maryville Chamber of Commerce’s Ambassadors’ request for street closures during the Nodaway County Fair parade July 21. The one-page agenda had three discussion items: sanitary sewer infiltration, the fiscal year 2019 budget and the use-tax ballot
Summertime in Maryville provides a wide variety of activities, events and facilities to enjoy through Maryville Parks and Recreation. Youth Activities Camp Experience Registration runs week by week from June 25 through July 30. A parent information night will be at 6 pm, Thursday, June 14. The camp is for ages six to 12. Campers
The Nodaway County commissioners met with attorneys from Wagstaff and Cartmell, Kansas City, and agreed to enter into a national opioid lawsuit. Wagstaff and Cartmell are going up against prescription drug manufacturers and distributors, claiming negligence in prescribing certain drugs to the general population, attributing to the rise of opioid addiction and related deaths. If
At the Pickering City Council meeting on June 4 it was announced the parts to repair the storm sirens have been acquired and will be installed. After the sirens’ backup batteries were replaced, the system was tested and it was found the sirens wouldn’t function on the batteries. City Clerk Milt Sovereign determined what parts
Nodaway County Health Department Environmental Health Specialist Larry Wickersham found several instances of mold along with expired medications in local food establishments throughout the month of May. Maryville Middle School, 525 South Hills Drive, high priority Routine inspection on May 3. Critical: Observed can of sliced apples with deep dent along seam; corrected on site.