Month: October

NOCOMO reduces certified employee hours

Nicki Samson, NOCOMO Industries manager, announced at the September 27 board meeting that certified employee hours have been cut. With a higher percentage of the workshop employees making minimum wage, Samson expressed concern that they might lose benefits such as subsidized housing and food stamps. The solution has been for more than half of the

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Prosecutor to host listening posts

Robert “Bob” L. Rice, Nodaway County prosecuting attorney, will conduct a series of listening posts throughout the county to listen to citizens about the issues affecting them. Rice will also discuss the following: services for crime victims, the Fourth Circuit victim advocate serving Nodaway County, collecting restitution and prosecuting bad checks. Rice encourages citizens to

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Fall day trips for the family: Indian Cave offers fun outdoor outing

By Jacki Wood Editor’s note: this is the fifth in a series of day trip ideas you can plan for your children or grandchildren. Looking for an outdoor adventure surrounded by beautiful fall foliage? Indian Cave State Park, located on 3,052 acres along the Missouri River between Brownville and Falls City, NE, might be a

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