Addison Hull shoots to score her first goal of the 7-0 win over Lafayette High School in the first round of district tournament play. She was assisted by Lydia Mitchell. Hull and Mitchell both scored two goals for the Spoofhounds. For more photos and information, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.
Maryville High School senior Hailee Beemer is one of three Missouri Pork Association youth ambassadors for 2017. Missouri Pork Ambassador is a prestigious position awarded to someone who has shown dedication and high involvement in the pork industry. Beemer got into the pork industry three years ago when she began showing Yorkshire and Hampshire gilts
St. Gregory’s hosted its second annual school nutrition program employee training at the school. Under current state regulations, all food service personnel must have six hours of continuing education every year. Thirty-four people from 12 schools attended the seminar. The program included knife skills training by Marci Behrens, Northwest Technical School, administrative review preparation by
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SSM Health Medical Group is bringing two doctors to Maryville. Dr. Lori Snook and Dr. Leah Habersham will join the office on September 12. “This is an excellent opportunity for our team to improve our access for patients in the area,” Physician Practice Administration Director Andrea Anderson said. “The current doctors are looking forward to
The Nodaway County commissioners approved the spring 2017 opening of a permanent hazardous waste center. The center will serve five counties and be located at the Nodaway County road and bridge maintenance yard, 1516 East Halsey, Maryville. The commissioners were approached by Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Government’s Community and Environmental Planner, Linda Laderoute, to