The Burlington Jct. American Legion Post will feature breaded tenderloin sandwiches at the monthly supper from 5-7 pm, Friday, April 13 at the American Legion Building in Burlington Jct. There will also be potato wedges, salad, drink and dessert. Cost is $8 for adults, children 10 and under are free.
The Maryville Spoofhounds baseball team defeated the Cameron Dragons 17-3 on April 5 at home. Spoofhound senior Zach Patton rounds second base. He hit a double and two singles and scored three runs. For more photos and information, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.
Nodaway County elected officials held their quarterly officeholder meeting on April 5. Nodaway County Sheriff Randy Strong updated the group on the data from his first full year in office. He reported his office had seen the following: •Homicides: 0 •Rapes: 1 •Robberies: 0 •Assaults: 41, with 29 arrests •Burglaries: 18, with 4 arrests •Larcenies:
Nodaway-Holt school district voters passed the continuation of the 89¢ levy per $100 of assessed valuation for an additional 20 years, sunsetting in 2037. In Nodaway County, 232 total votes were cast at the polls, approximately 34 percent of the school district’s registered voters. Of the votes cast, 179 voters, 77.16 percent of the votes,
The Skidmore City Council will proceed with sewer plant renovations after the 60-4 passage of the $1 million bond issue on April 3. A simple majority was needed for passage of the issue. “I’m glad that enough citizens came out and voted in favor of the sewer project,” Mayor Tracy Shewey said. “And now we’ll
By Kathryn Rice Local rescue squads play an important part as first responders in Nodaway County. There are six of these squads. The sixth and last article in this series is about the Tri-C Rescue Squad. • Responsibilities: The Tri-C Rescue Squad covers the Conception, Conception Jct., Clyde, Guilford and Barnard areas. Members provide medical
The Maryville Spoofhounds tennis team hosted LeBlond on April 4 at Northwest Missouri State University. Senior Patrick Baker anticipates the return at the net as sophomore Jaden Hayes serves in their doubles match. For more photos and information, see the printed Nodaway News Leader.
The benefit Power for Puerto Rico will be held at 2 pm, Sunday, April 15 at the Lee and Nina Schneider Performing Arts Center at Maryville High School. The benefit will feature the music of Larry Mannasmith and Vanessa Parsons, a presentation by Red Cross volunteer Shoba Brown, a live Skype with Puerto Rico members
By Kay Wilson This may be painful. Of course it will be for the farmers of the country. Government actions always hit the ag sector. I understand the quality of steel from China has never been as good as the steel we make right here. And while I have never heard firsthand about the aluminum
Sunday • Jefferson, MHS, NH, NEN, NN, SN FBLA state leadership begins Monday • MHS Speech & Debate Student Congress • MHS V soccer at Excelsior Springs Tourney • Horace Mann Bearcat Choir, 3:15 pm • MHS V tennis at Cameron, 4 pm • NEN, NWN, PV, SHNH JH track at Mound City, 4 pm