During the October 24 city council meeting, Maryville Mayor Jason McDowell presents Business Women of Missouri members with a proclamation of honor. McDowell declared October 17-23 to be Business Women of Missouri week. Members present were Betty Karnaze, Eve Church, Kay Dew, Sandra Shermuly, Elaine Wilson, Connie McGinness, Amanda McGinness and Kori Sowards. Save
The annual Nodaway County Veterans Day observance will be at 11 am, Friday, November 11 at the American Legion Post 100 Hall, 1104 East Fifth Street, Maryville. The event is coordinated by the James Edward Gray American Legion Post 100, Maryville. The welcome and introduction of dignitaries will be conducted by Allen Chesnut, commander. The
On October 28, Eric Greitens, Republican Missouri gubernatorial candidate, returned to Maryville for the third time bringing his political message to residents. Urging attendees to spread his message, Greitens spoke about his background, campaign and plans for the state. He described himself as a former Navy Seal, small business owner and conservative outsider. Congressman Sam
Voters wishing to vote by absentee ballot will be able to do so from 8 am to noon, Saturday, November 5 at the county clerk’s office in the Nodaway County Administration Center. Voters are requested to bring proper identification such as voter registration card, driver’s license or utility bill. Absentee ballots may also be cast
This past weekend the Northwest Bearcat Volleyball team dropped a couple of tough road matches. They are still ranked #21, with a record of 21-4, in the latest top 25 poll. The Midwest dominates the rankings. Four teams from Minnesota are in the top six, led by Concordia-St. Paul and Minnesota-Duluth. Five teams from the
In addition to the local, state and national races, Missouri’s November 8 general election ballot will feature six unique issues. Constitutional Amendment 1 Official Ballot Title: Shall Missouri continue for 10 years the one-tenth of one percent sales/use tax that is used for soil and water conservation and for state parks and historic sites and
By Kathryn Rice South Nodaway has made changes to facilitate students staying in its band. The 41 band members in grades seven to 12 now practice in the middle of the day instead of in the morning, allowing juniors and seniors to include band and vo-tech in their class schedules. This small change has resulted
“The Most Rewarding Challenge: An Introduction to Foster Parenting” will be presented from 6 to 7 pm, Thursday, November 10 at Cornerstones of Care, Community Services building, 1212 B South Main Street, Maryville. To reserve your spot, visit eventzilla.net/web/event/the-most-rewarding-challenge-an-introduction-to-foster-parenting-2138870251 or call 855.778.5437.
There will be a memory care naming ceremony and open house from 2 to 4 pm, Thursday, November 10 at Oak Pointe of Maryville, 817 South Country Club Road. The ribbon cutting is at 2:30 pm with drinks and hors d’oeuvres being served.
There will be a retirement party for Northwest Technical School Secretary Lisa Redden on Wednesday, November 9. The reception is all day; visitors may come and go at their convenience.