The Nodaway-Holt R-VII School Board elected a new president during its regular meeting April 18. The school board approved the official election results. Kelly O’Riley received 127 votes, Kenny Shewey received 213 votes and Joni Everhart received 208 votes. Shewey and Everhart were sworn in to service for the board of education. The school board
Nodaway County Health Center student employee Dana Otto received Student Employee of the Year for Initiative from Northwest Missouri State University. Otto, a senior dietetics major, has worked at the health center this school year. She plans to continue through the summer and until her graduation in December. She fits in work around her classes.
The Maryville R-II Board of Education reorganized the board during its regular meeting on April 16. The school board voted Josh McKim as the president and the Missouri School Board Association delegate for the 2017-2018 school year. Rob Sparks will be vice-president and Missouri School Board Association alternate. Elaine Wilson will be the AEL Advisory
The NOCOMO Board of Directors met April 24 to finalize details on the open house for the 45th anniversary of the workshop. The event will be 6 to 8 pm, Thursday, June 7 at the NOCOMO facility, 319 South Newton, Maryville. Tours of the upper warehouse and production areas are planned with the certified employees
The South Nodaway R-IV Board of Education met in open and closed sessions on April 16 to handle the following school district business: A lease contract with 1 Source Towers, LLC, FL, was approved to place a cell tower on the northwest corner of the Guilford Sports Complex. The lease is for five years, renewable
From 10 am to 2 pm, Saturday, April 28, law enforcement agencies across the state will partner with the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to give Missourians the opportunity to discard expired, unused or unwanted prescription drugs. Locally, the drugs will be accepted at Maryville Public Safety. For more information, contact Officer Wilson at 660.562.3209.
Sunday • Northeast Nodaway senior trip begins • West Nodaway FFA breakfast, 8 am • Jefferson StuCo volleyball, 2:30 pm • Nodaway-Holt School Play, 4 pm Monday • Nodaway-Holt Elementary Character Assembly • West Nodaway EOC testing • Jefferson English II testing, 8:15 am • South Nodaway Bump Up Day, 8:30 am • MHS V
The Nodaway News Leader has compiled a list of those individuals elected to serve in their towns and villages in Nodaway County. Arkoe Mayor: Darrell Cronk Road Commissioner: Steve Conz Chairman: Joe Partridge Clerk: Megan Partridge Treasurer: Joyce Cronk Barnard Mayor: Mike Murphy Council Members: Zeb Coleman, Glenn Miller, Deb Snyder, Ned Waterman Burlington Jct.
May activities abound in Nodaway County. The following are some of the scheduled events: • April 30-May 7 – Skidmore citywide cleanup, two trash receptacles by old arena, one for trash, one for metal. No tires accepted. • May 1-4 – Horace Mann Art Show, Northwest Missouri State University, during school hours. The artwork produced
The Bearcat baseball team has a conference win/loss record of 21 – 9, ranking first in the MIAA Conference. Per-capita production of all 9,288 Division II baseball players by hometown indicates that the Midwest and South, traditional hotbeds of baseball, are at the forefront. This pattern resembles the Major League production map. The Bearcats host