City managers once again prepare for international presentation

Posted March 25, 2014 at 6:28 pm

 Maryville’s City Manager Greg McDanel and Assistant City Manager Ryan Heiland are gearing up for their second presentation at the International Town and Gown Association conference.

The two will talk about their partnership with Northwest Missouri State on a number of projects. They spoke at last year’s conference about the Fourth Street Corridor Improvement project where the city worked with Northwest to obtain funds. The improvement project, which would enhance the main stretch of streets incoming students take to get to campus from the downtown, showed a partnership that the Maryville city managers shared at last year’s ITGA conference.

This year’s conference presentation will update those in attendance on that project as well as a number of other partnerships the city and Northwest have undertaken since.

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    Girls kick off season with 8-1 win over KC Lutheran

    Teammates of Mollie Holtman surround her after she scored her second goal of the game against KC Lutheran. Collecting a hat-trick in the second half alone, Holtman was one of two players to secure the trio as Ashton Reuter completed it plus one in a four-point performance. The eighth goal, which originally sparked Maryville’s scoring drive, was scored by Angie Meyers. The 8-1 win March 24 over KC Lutheran was Maryville’s home and season opener to make them 1-0 for the season.

    Tri-State Ford and West Nodaway High School partner to raise $6,000 for new baseball team

     Tri-State Ford, West Nodaway High School and members of the local community raised $6,000 for West Nodaway’s new baseball team at a recent test-drive event, as part of Ford Motor Company’s Drive 4 UR School program.

    More than 300 Northwest Missouri area residents test-drove a Ford vehicle at West Nodaway High School on March 17. Tri-State Ford and Ford Motor Company donated $20 for each test drive, with funds going toward uniforms and equipment for the new baseball team.

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    St. Gregory’s raise the Flag

    Three of St. Gregory’s fourth graders performed the duty of raising the United States Flag on a cold, blustery day. Working as a team, Drew Spire, Tori Freuh and Maggie Graham made sure the Stars and Stripes were proudly displayed.

    Eugene Field preschool is now taking registration

     Registration for the 2014-15 preschool at Eugene Field Elementary will be held from 8 am to 3 pm, Tuesday through Thursday, March 25-27, at the school, 418 East Second, Maryville.

    Options for preschool include a full five-day program as well as a half-day programs either mornings or afternoons. The half-day program is available for five days a week. The monthly cost for five full days is $315; half day is $155.

    Children need to be at least

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    5th annual NNL poetry contest calls for entries

     In conjunction with National Poetry Month, the Nodaway News Leader is calling for poetry from the youth of the area.

    This is the fifth year for the NNL Youth Poetry Contest. All types of original poetry will be accepted. There are three age divisions for the entries: kindergarten through fourth grade, fifth grade through eighth, and high school.

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