The Nodaway-Holt Board of Education handled the school’s business for the month on March 20: • Authorized to maintain the athletic co-op with South Holt for football and track during 2019-20. • Approved the annual membership into Missouri Educators United Health Plan with the carrier being Cigna and Forrest T. Jones as the third party
The 27th annual DARE dinner and auction will open its doors at 6 pm, Saturday, April 6 at the St. Gregory’s Parish Gymnasium, 333 South Davis Street, Maryville. Nodaway County DARE Officer Rick Smail and Maryville DARE Officer Ian Myers have been busy collecting items for the silent auction, which will begin at 6 pm,
The Northeast Nodaway school board met March 21 to address the following business items: Patrons Pam and Paul Stoll along with Linda and Francis Mattson spoke about a possible athletic co-op with Worth County, involving softball and basketball. They noted the co-op would encourage all to participate and be challenged no matter their ability. No
By Dustin Henggeler It wasn’t the style of win Maryville Soccer Coach Dale Reuter wanted for his girls, but the 2-1 win was a victory nonetheless on March 26 in the home match over Lafayette. “I expected more from us in our win against Savannah and I expected more from the girls tonight,” he said,
The West Nodaway R-I Board of Education met on March 13 in open and two closed sessions to handle the following school district business: Discussion was held on the health insurance coverage for the school district employees. The district belongs to the Missouri Educators United Health Program, which is a selffunded program of approximately 120
The school board of the Maryville School District met March 20 to process the following business items: • Held a student showcase of state wrestlers including Kade Wilmes, Connor Weiss, Keiren Watkins, Drew Spire, Gavin Gray-Walker and Jeff Stooksbury; Madeline Wiedmaier earning state choir distinction; and all-state basketball team members Serena Sundell and Eli Dowis.
The North Nodaway R-VI Board of Education met in open and closed sessions on March 20 to handle the following school district business: In closed session, the board approved 2019-20 employment of Sarah Emery, Katherine Hansen, Kaela Howard, Sami Jackson, Cassie Runde, Tana Wymer, Amanda Wonderly, Kit Meiners, Sam Riley, Gannon Albrecht, Elena Bellamy, Lindsi
The Mt. Tabor 4-H Club has food pantry collection boxes at D&S, Snodderley Lumber, both of Clearmont, Citizens Bank & Trust, Burlington Jct. and the post office in Elmo. Boxes will be picked up later this month. The items collected will go to the West Nodaway Food Pantry. The members who prepared the boxes are
The 2019 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball March Madness is now down to the Sweet Sixteen. This proportional symbol map displays the teams that have amassed the highest AP Top 25 Poll finishes over the past five years. The largest symbols include Connecticut, Notre Dame, Baylor, South Carolina and Louisville. All teams that are still
St. Joseph’s Catholic Church is having a fish fry from 5 to 7:30 pm, Friday, April 5 in the handicap-accessible church basement located at 415 South Main Street, Parnell. The freewill donation meal will feature fish, cheesy potatoes, baked beans, cole slaw, dinner roll and desserts.