Pickering approves street project

Posted September 9, 2015 at 1:00 pm

 At the Pickering City Council meeting on September 3, the council approved street repairs and improvements.

Accepting a bid from Mid-America Road Builders, Platte City, the city will spend between $46,000 and $48,000 plus on the project. The cost of two road tube replacements is still being determined.

The streets being worked on are:

• Wallis from Fourth to Fifth Street

• Coleman from Fifth to Sixth Street, then Sixth Street to last drive before Railroad Street

• Royal from Fourth to Sixth Street

• Fourth and Fifth Streets from Coleman to Railroad Streets on both

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    Northwest reminds fans of football game day policies, enhancements at Bearcat Stadium

     As the Bearcat football program prepares to open its 2015 home season Thursday, September 10, Northwest Missouri State University reminds fans of its policies to enhance the game day atmosphere and the safety fans enjoy at Bearcat Stadium.

    Information about game day policies at Bearcat Stadium is provided below. For more details, updates and frequently asked questions, visit bearcatsports.com or contact University Police at 660.562.1254 or police@nwmissouri.edu.



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    Foster Fitness Center ready to open for Northwest students, employees

     Northwest Missouri State University will celebrate its new Robert and Virginia Foster Fitness Center with a grand-opening ceremony Thursday, September 10.

    The ceremony, which begins at 10:30 am, will include a ribbon-cutting at the facility’s main entrance and a brief program inside. The Foster Fitness Center is located on the south side of the Northwest campus, adjacent to the Lamkin Activity Center. The grand-opening event is open to the public and refreshments will be served.

    Though the

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    Northwest to mark 9/11 anniversary Friday

     Northwest Missouri State University on Friday will commemorate the 14th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, attacks in the United States.

    The public is invited to gather at 8:30 am, at the flag poles in front of the Administration Building; the National Guard will lower the US flag at 8:45 am. Northwest will place a memorial wreath at the base of the flag pole.

    Additionally, Northwest’s Memorial Bell Tower will play “God Bless America” at 8:50 am

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    Nominations being sought for the Nodaway County Farm-City Banquet

     Celebrating the agricultural community, the 55th Annual Nodaway County Farm-City Banquet will be held on Monday, November 9 in the ballroom at the JW Jones Student Union on the Northwest campus.

    Dinner begins at 6:30 pm, followed by a program and awards presentation.

    The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Committee is seeking nominations for the awards that will be presented. Below is a list of some of the awards given and the organizations that select and

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    North Nodaway Homecoming Royalty crowned

    At the North-West Nodaway versus East Atchison football game held in Hopkins on September 4, North Nodaway celebrated Homecoming. Crowned Homecoming Queen and King were seniors Breann O’Riley and Ben Hart.

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