At the September 18 Maryville City Council meeting, two contracts related to the Mozingo Visitors Center were approved. A contract with Midland Steel Company, Wathena, KS, for delivery and installation of structural steel for the visitors center was approved. The contract is for a total of $20,998. Midland Steel will provide full service delivery and
The Pickering Horse Show’s Draft Horse Pull, September 15, was an opportunity for families to get out in the crisp fall air.
The Maryville Spoofhound Girls Tennis lost to Savannah 0-9 on September 19 in Maryville. Additional photos can be found on Pages 15 of this week’s NNL.
Sign up is underway for the 28th Annual Downtown Trick or Treat which will be held from 5 to 6:30 pm, Monday, October 30. Deadline to sign up is Monday, September 25 and is open to businesses, organizations, churches or individuals in Maryville. A $5 charge to cover posters, flyers and other promotions will once
A ribbon cutting and ceremony celebrating the completion of Maryville’s South Main, Phase I had officials speak, Spectrum choir perform, fun souvenirs given away and a ribbon cutting stretched across the new street. Mayor Tye Parsons wielded the ceremonial scissors while City Manager Greg McDanel and Assistant City Manager Ryan Heiland stretched the red ribbon
Community Blood Center has announced a blood emergency following a summer of low donor turnout. Contributing to the shortage are the recent Labor Day holiday, back-to-school activities and a prolonged 50 percent decrease in youth and first-time donors. The region’s blood supply is well below the optimal five to seven days and while all blood
The Ravenwood Community Breakfast will be from 8 am to noon, Sunday, September 24 at the Ravenwood Community Center. There will be eggs, bacon, hashbrowns, biscuits and gravy and pancakes. Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children. Proceeds will go to the Northeast Nodaway High School cheerleaders.
The Maryville Spoofhound Girls Golf defeated Savannah 145 to 188 on the Watson 9 at Mozingo on September 19.
The Nodaway County Firefighters Association was the recipient of $8,800 from 10 Squared Women, September 13. At the presentation were front: Robin Clark, Basil Owens, Jace Pine, Thomas Shifflett, Kim Campbell, 10 Squared Women Representative Amanda Twaddle, Katie Bragg, Morgan Wheeler; back: Ethan McIntyre, Byron Clark, Herb Snodderley, Cody Hoepker, Brad Renfro, Ed Hanson, Coby
Recognition of the fall sports senior athletes from North Nodaway, Nodaway Valley, Northeast Nodaway and Platte Valley can can be found on Page 16 of this week’s NNL.