Nodaway County youth will be taking the stage this weekend for the Maryville Young Players (MYP) performances. Performances will be at the Ron Houston Center for the Performing Arts on the Northwest Missouri State University campus. They will be at 2 and 7 pm, Saturday, June 10 and Sunday, June 11. MYP is an opportunity
Anticipation and excitement is higher than ever as aspiring country music artists prepare to compete for the 36th annual Country Showdown. Local radio Pick-up Country, KNIM, will again hold the Country Showdown preliminaries at 7 pm, Saturday, June 10 on the square in Maryville. This year’s local contestants are Shelby Bever, Guilford; Tammy Dredge Hickman,
A Guilford man was found guilty of child molestation by a Clay County jury on June 8. The jury found Gerald “Rick” Pedersen, 65, guilty on two counts of Felony Child Molestation in the 1st Degree but not guilty on the third count of Felony Forcible Rape. The jury also returned verdicts assessing punishment
The Burlington Jct. City Council will meet at 7 pm, Monday, June 12 at the Burlington Jct. City Hall.
Mary Elizabeth “Beth” Richards, 58, died May 28, 2017, in Maryville. Services will be held in Maryville at a later date. Online condolences may be left at pricefuneralhomemaryville.com. Arrangements are under the direction of Price Funeral Home, Maryville.
This map displays the 2017 Kansas City Royals current active roster of 25 players by birthplace. Over one-third of the players are from outside the US. The Royals are made up of players from the south, 36 percent, California and Latin America, 32 percent, accounting for the highest concentration. Nine of the 25 were on
The Maryville Garden Club is excited and preparing for a flower show. Every other year, during the Nodaway County Fair, the club holds a show at the First Christian Church, Third and Buchanan Streets. The show is open to the public, free of charge, from 1 to 8:30 pm, Friday, July 14 or from 8
At the June 5 meeting of the Hopkins City Council, it was decided not to pursue a procedure to remove a dangerous, substandard building. To pursue building removal, City Attorney Taryn Henry had compiled a guide and necessary forms. Upon review, the council decided it would be cost prohibitive. The information Henry gathered will be
On June 3, country band Big Time Grain Co. made a big-time splash as the first act of the June concert series held at the Donaldson Amphitheater, Maryville. The band presented a $250 donation to Maryville Young Players as their way of supporting local art. Accepting the check from the band were Briley Henggeler, Annika
At the June 5 meeting of the Pickering City Council, discussion was held on three blocked tubes on Sixth and Railroad Streets which are causing problems for traffic. The streets lie on the outskirts of town. Mayor Charles Smith thought that one of the tubes was on a township road, so it was decided that