Alice Charlene Wray, 89, Parnell, died Sunday, February 4, 2018, at SSM Health St. Francis, Maryville. Funeral services will be 2 pm, Wednesday, February 7 at Price Funeral Home Maryville. Burial will be in Nodaway Memorial Gardens, Maryville. Visitation will be from 6 pm to 8 pm, Tuesday, February 6 at Price Funeral Home. Memorial
Casen Michael Joseph Bremer, three, died Saturday, February 3, 2018. Funeral service was Tuesday, February 6 at the Roberson-Polley Chapel, Albany with burial in the Enyart Cemetery, Gentry. Memorials may be made to Children’s Mercy Hospital or Three Rivers Hospice in care of the Roberson-Polley Chapel, 403 N. Hundley, Albany, MO 64402. Online condolences may
The Jefferson C-123 School Board conducted the following business during its regular meeting on January 17: Superintendent Tim Jermain’s contract was approved for one year; the salary will be set at a later date. First semester dual credit reimbursements were approved. Rachel Denne and Hope Pappert gave the school board an update on classroom activities.
Using the home court advantage, the Jefferson Eagles basketball teams came out on top against the North Nodaway Mustangs. The girls game was a seesaw battle with the final score being 42-33, Eagles. The boys game saw the Eagles outscore the Mustangs throughout the game and the final score was 52-24. Eagle Dalton Luke goes
The Maryville boys defeated Bishop LeBlond 64-50 on January 30. Jakob Woods sets his stance for a layup. Wood lead the team with 12 points for the game. For more photos and information, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.
The West Nodaway R-I Board of Education met in open and two closed sessions on January 18 to handle the following school district business: In closed session, the resignation of Michael Goff, special education teacher, was accepted as of January 18. Bailey Mather was hired as a replacement for the remainder of the school year.
The Nodaway-Holt R-VII School Board approved a ballot question for the upcoming April election during its regular meeting January 17. The resolution asks voters to continue the district’s operating tax rate ceiling of $4.2898 per $100 of assessed valuation. The money generated would pay for improvements to the school including adding a new wing to
The South Nodaway R-IV Board of Education met in open and closed sessions on January 17 to handle the following school district business: In closed session, the retirement of K-12 Principal Darbi Bauman was accepted and the decision was made to promote from within SN ranks to fill her position. Bauman has been with the
The Nodaway County commissioners approved the projected 2018 income and expenditures during their budget hearing on January 26. The $10 million budget is approximately the same as the 2017 budget. The county plans to build five bridges in the upcoming year and will design a sixth. However, due to the lack of BRO allocations, there
By Christina Rice Longtime MoDOT employee Adam Watson was recently promoted to the area engineer for the western portion of the northwest district, taking the place of Mike Rinehart. Originally from the Kansas City area, Watson received a civil engineering degree from the Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla. Watson has worked for