Scooter’s Coffee has announced a new location opening in Maryville in December. The new business will be located at 1308 South Main Street and will serve drive-thru coffee along with an assortment of hot drinks, iced drinks, smoothies and breakfast-related food items. “The city of Maryville and Nodaway County Economic Development are excited to welcome
Enrollment at Northwest Missouri State University this fall is 6,530 students, the university announced after completing its fall census. The total headcount comprises 5,628 undergraduate students, a slight increase from last fall, and 902 graduate students. The headcount includes 1,347 first-time freshmen and 298 transfer students, up 17.8 percent from last fall. At the same
The Pickering City Council tabled discussion on the Farm Animal Ordinance for the third time at the October 3 meeting. With half of the council members missing, the remainder and Mayor Charles Smith didn’t feel a productive discourse could be held. Smith will check on council member availability and call for an additional meeting to
Jack Baldwin, chief sewer and water operator, reported sewer smoke testing results at the Hopkins City Council meeting on October 3. Baldwin stated that half the town was tested with only two critical results. The fall city clean up begins at 7:30 am, Saturday, October 15. Baldwin will use a loader for heavier items such
Northwest’s Language, Literature and Writing Department continues its Visiting Writer’s Series with a poetry and fiction reading at 7 pm, Thursday, October 6, in the JW Jones Student Union Living Room. The reading, featuring authors Marcus Wicker and Daniel Chacón, is free and open to the public. Kawasaki and The Laurel Review, Northwest’s national literary
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon visited SSM Health St. Francis, Maryville, to congratulate Nodaway County, the City of Maryville, Northwest Missouri State University, the Maryville R-II School District and St. Francis for being awarded two education projects. He is shown with children from St. Francis Preschool. The school will use a $1 million Community Development Block
Maryville High School Spoofhound football defenders swarm the Smithville Warriors quarterback and win Homecoming 39-0. Smithville was unable to capitalize on 11 Hound penalties in the first half, one of which called back a touchdown in the final seconds. See more in this week’s Nodaway News Leader.
More than 15,500 Bearcat enthusiasts traveled to Kansas City on October 1 to watch their team play the University of Central Missouri Mules. The undefeated Northwest Missouri State ‘Cats won 42-17.
This fall, Northwest Missouri State University’s Office of Human Resources and Office of Multicultural Student Success will offer its fifth annual Institute for Social Justice: Conversation on Racial Inequity, with the goal of advancing intercultural competence among university employees. The program consists of seven sessions, from 3 to 4:30 pm on Thursdays, beginning October 6,
Kanti Havaldar, MD, is celebrating 40 years of service as an internal medicine physician to Maryville and Northwest Missouri residents. The leadership and staff at SSM Health St. Francis Hospital and SSM Health Medical Group recognize and applaud Dr. Havaldar’s commitment to his patients and community and congratulate him on his years of exceptional medical