The Maryville High School boys track team placed third overall at the Class 3 Missouri State High School Athletic Association track meet held May 26-27. Individual results included: • Spencer Morrison, eighth place, 100m hurdles; fourth place, 300m hurdles • Reece Bickford, third place, 100m; fourth place, 200m • Josh Sanders, third place, 400m; fifth
The Parnell American Legion Post 528 will hold a fundraiser breakfast from 8 am to noon on Sunday, June 4, at the Legion Hall. Free will donation.
The annual Adwell reunion will be at 12:30 pm, Sunday, June 4, at the Ravenwood Christian Church fellowship hall with a carry-in dinner.
The Today’s Civic Women will meet at 6:30 pm, Tuesday, June 6 in the Maryville Public Library basement meeting room. Everyone is welcome.
Hopkins Community Betterment will hold it’s monthly meet at 6:30 pm, Wednesday, June 7, at the Christian Church annex room, Hopkins. The church is handicapped accessible if entering from the east side. All interested individuals are invited to attend.
Memory Cafe will be held from 10 to 11 am, Thursday, June 8, at the First United Methodist Church, 102 North Main Street, Maryville. The cafe is open to people with memory loss and their care partners to enjoy a social outing. Reservations welcome, but are not required. To register or for more information, call
Lora Madge Horn, 96, Maryville, died Friday, March 31, 2017, at SSM St. Francis Hospital, Maryville. A celebration of life visitation will be at 11 am, Saturday, June 3, at the Nodaway County Senior Center, 1210 East First Street, Maryville. A private burial has occurred in Hopkins Cemetery.
Aaron and Ashley Brown, Maryville, announce the birth of a son, Jarrett Max, born Monday, May 22, 2017, at SSM Health – St. Francis Hospital, Maryville. He weighed nine pounds and four ounces and joins brother, Jessep. Maternal grandparents are Kirby and Brenda Keever, Burlington Jct. Paternal grandparents are Dan and Dalene Brown, Maryville, and
American Legion posts throughout the county held Memorial Day services over the weekend in several area cemeteries. On May 28, Post 464 traveled to 14 cemeteries conducting a brief program at each to honor soldiers who have died. Post 100 held its annual program at the legion home on May 29. Sergeant First Class Dustin
Local men and women of Nodaway County have dusted off their props in preparation for the Civil War battle re-enactment season. Re-enactors dress in time-period clothing and gear and travel all across the nation performing for audiences and teaching youth about our country’s history. They set up military camps, pitching time-period tents and cooking over