A baked potato bar with all of the fixings will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 pm, Thursday, February 16 at the Northeast Nodaway school cafeteria. Proceeds from the free-will donation meal will benefit the ninth annual NEN Project After-Prom.
Seniors Erin Colvin and Tristan Freemyer reigned as the South Nodaway Longhorns queen and king at the February 3 Courtwarming. Erin is the daughter of Valerie Lee, Barnard. Tristan is the son of Bryan and Carrie Freemyer, Guilford. For more photos, game scores and information, see the printed version of the Nodaway News Leader.
Jefferson Courtwarming king Caden Farnan, son of Jeff and Joan Farnan, escorted Courtwarming queen Sarah Chor, daughter of Steve and Amy Chor. Standing in front were crown bearers Grady Gockel, son of Emily and Alan Gockel, and Alexis Sturm, daughter of Robbie and Dannielle Sturm. For more photos, game scores and information, see the printed
By Kay Wilson The Maryville community of industry leaders, government officials and citizens attended a facility tour, February 3, of the newly-opened Maryville Carbon Solutions located on Leigh Wilson Industrial Road. The manufacturing plant is operated by Bolder Industries and is processing scrap passenger tires into several renewable products including the signature exclusive Bolder Black,
The Maryville High School Spoofhound girls basketball team is now 6-13 for the season after suffering a 39-48 defeat against the Lathrop Mules on January 31.
The Nodaway County Cattlemen’s Association invites the public to the fourth annual Cattlemen’s Round-Up steak dinner, Saturday, February 11 at Tri-Meadows, Conception Jct. The Cattlemen’s Round-Up social hour will begin at 5:30 pm and the meal will be at 6:30 pm. Following the meal, there will be fundraising silent and live auctions and the presentation
Editor’s note: The writer is telling her personal story with black mold poisoning and her healing process, sharing information that she has learned through the articles in this series. She does not have a medial degree, but consults her physician in the writing of these articles. by Christina Rice For those of you just joining
National Letter of Intent Signing Day on February 1 saw four Maryville High School seniors commit to playing college football.
After a public hearing on January 27, the Nodaway County Commission approved the 2017 budget that, due to the costs, did not include the funds requested by Nodaway County Sheriff Randy Strong for the contracted correctional healthcare. The commissioners budgeted $15,000 for inmate health-related expenses for the upcoming year. Last year, there was no budgeted
The West Nodaway R-I Board of Education met in regular and two closed sessions on December 14 to take care of the following school district business: The district is starting to utilize Google email, calendar, document and drive systems for teachers, staff and board members. The staff and teachers received training at the January in-service.