Jerry Dean Wallace, 70, Maryville, died Sunday, October 30, 2016, at SSM Health St. Francis, Maryville. Funeral services were Wednesday, November 2 at Price Funeral Home, Maryville, with burial in Bolckow Cemetery. Online condolences may be left at pricefuneralhomemaryville.com. Arrangements were under the direction of Price Funeral Home, Maryville.
Jeanette May Palmer, 84, Maryville, died Sunday, October 30, 2016, at her home. She was born September 10, 1932, in Utica, MN, to Herbert and Vivian Treder. At age 16, she married Dean Palmer. He preceded her in death after 64 years of marriage. Mrs. Palmer worked as the bookkeeper of the family roofing business.
Donald Joe Rankin, 83, Maryville, died Monday, October 31, 2016, at his home near Maryville. Funeral services will be at 11 am, Friday, November 4 at the First United Methodist Church, Maryville. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service. Memorials may be made to the New Nodaway Humane Society, Maryville. Services are under
Lorna Jean Landers Nelson, 92, Guilford, died on October 31, 2016, at LaVerna Village Nursing Home, Savannah. A memorial service will be held. Services are under the direction of Price Funeral Home, Maryville.
Maryville Middle School named its September Students of the Month during a September 30 assembly. The students were nominated by other students and staff. Those honored were front: Julia Poynter and Kenton Ferguson, fifth grade, back: Nayeli Hoilett, seventh grade, and Miguela Giesken, sixth grade.
The Northeast Nodaway R-V School Board met on October 20 to accept bids and conduct the following business: The school board awarded the $175 per job bid to Phillip McIntyre, Ravenwood, for snow removal. The school’s Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance will increase by five percent this year. Discussion was held about changing the
By Kathryn Rice Nodaway County native Marvin Wilmes has published his second book, “A Quest for Freedom: A Golden Key Novel.” The novel is a spiritual coming-of-age fantasy for teens and young adults set in the post-Vietnam War era during a Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday. “One of the themes of the book is no one
Perfect weather greeted spectators and participants of the annual Northwest Missouri State University Homecoming parade on October 29. Families, staff and students of Horace Mann Laboratory School and the Leet Center marched along Fourth Street.
Democrat Jason Kander, candidate for US Senate, is coming to Maryville. He will speak at 2 pm, Thursday, November 3 at the Ray Courter Park Pavilion on the Northwest campus.
South Nodaway held an assembly on October 28 to celebrate Red Ribbon Week. Elementary students watched “Dreammakers,” a film about respecting others, and middle and high school students watched “One Voice” about the positive changes one person can make. Other schools in the county also participated in Red Ribbon Week activities. Save