MMS tips caps to Chase Stooksbury

Posted December 18, 2014 at 10:22 pm

 Maryville Middle School and Eugene Field Elementary students, teachers and staff reached out to an Albany first grader, Chase Stooksbury, on December 12 in a Caps for Kids fundraiser.

Chase was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a childhood cancer that affects the nervous system. He is now in stage IV recurrent neuroblastoma and has been taking chemotherapy and radiation treatments during this school year. Because of the spread of his cancer, he is doing one more round of treatments, with plans to undergo an experimental trial in Chicago after the first of the year. It is expected to last for six months.

Chase’s two older brothers, Jeffery and Trey, attend Maryville Middle School. The Virginia E. George

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    Redden recalls his years of service to NW, community

    Posted December 18, 2014 at 10:21 pm

    Well-known for his gruff, big heart and even bigger ideas, John Redden recently announced his retirement from both his career at Northwest Missouri State and his volunteer work with the Maryville Public Safety/Polk Township volunteer firefighters after

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    Ambulance board gives employees 2.4% COLA

    Posted December 18, 2014 at 10:17 pm

     The Nodaway County Ambulance District Board of Directors held its monthly meeting on December 10 to address the following business:

    • After reviewing the bills to be paid, the board discussed a late fee on the

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