Advanced beekeeping 201 will be offered from 1 to 5 pm, Saturday, February 2 by the Northwest Bee Busters as part of the adult and community education classes offered by Northwest Technical School, 1515 South Munn, Maryville. Fee is $12.
Economical self-storage units. Conception and Clyde, MO. 10’x10’ = $28, 10’x15’ = $40, 10’x20’= $55. Contact Dennis, cell, 660.582.1156, or 660.944.2463. tf
Small wheeled microwave cart or similar style wheeled cart to buy. Text 660.582.1743.
Mossberg 410 pump shotgun. Full choke, vent rib, 6-shot, $290. Call 660.541.4000.
A collection of rare and collectible books donated by Marshall White of St. Joseph will be on display in the Missouri Western State University Library in the Hearnes Center this spring. A reception honoring White and the exhibit will be held from 2 to 4 pm on Wednesday, January 30 in the Hearnes Center. The
Four resident artist performers from the Lyric Opera of Kansas City will visit Northwest Missouri State University for a Wednesday afternoon performance on the campus. The performance, which begins at 3 pm in the Charles Johnson Theater, is free and open to the public. The artists, who consist of three vocalists and a pianist, will perform a
The Jefferson school board met January 16 to address the following business. • Adopted the 2018D policy updates as presented. • Approved the first semester dual credit reimbursements, excluding Laura Galbraith, Veronica Luke and Jared McQueen. • Approved the 2019-2020 calendar. • Authorized the purchase of a used 72 passenger bus from Midwest Transit. Reports
The South Nodaway R-IV Board of Education met in open and closed session to handle the following school district business. The board approved hiring a social worker for the school district beginning with the 2019-20 school year. Discussion was held on the roles of school counselors, social workers and psychologists. Counselor Nick Wray, who was
The West Nodaway R-I Board of Education met in open and two closed sessions on January 16 to handle the following school district business. It was announced by the baseball project committee the City of Burlington Jct. received a $75,000 Gladys Rickard Trust grant for the city’s baseball field improvements. As soon as weather permits,
The North Nodaway R-VI Board of Education met in open and closed session on January 16 to handle the following school district business. The preliminary 2019-20 school year calender was reviewed. Even with the state change to attendance hours, instead of days, Superintendent James Simmelink went with 170 days of student attendance. This will allow