Month: April

MoDOT to resurface Route 148 in Nodaway County

A resurfacing project on Route 148 is set to begin next week. The Missouri Department of Transportation has contracted with Herzog Contracting Corporation to resurface just over 14 miles of Route 148 from the Iowa state line to US Route 71 near Maryville. Crews will mill off the old surface and then lay down new

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Nodaway County Ambulance’s new board takes oath

On April 10, the board of directors of the Nodaway County Ambulance District reorganized from the results of the April 2 election. Newly elected members, Pat Giesken and Scott Walk, read the oath of office aloud. Charlie Standiford was presented with a cake for his 21 years of service. The board handled the following business:

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Nodaway-Holt BOE

The Nodaway-Holt school board reorganized for the coming year on April 10. After the oath of office was given to Michael Rosenbohm and Haily Randall, Rosenbohm was elected president and Kenny Shewey as vice president. Other officers selected were Adrean Plummer, treasurer; Beverly Shifflett, secretary; Jim Fuhrman, delegate. Shifflett presented a plaque to Joe Day

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West Nodaway BOE

The West Nodaway R-I Board of Education met in open and closed sessions on April 10 to handle the following school district business. The board underwent re-organization to reflect the outcome of the April 2 election. Board Secretary Cheryl Atkins swore in two new board members, Scott Conn and James Graham. Amanda Walker is returning

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NEN inducts new NHS members

Northeast Nodaway inducted new members into the school’s National Honor Society on April 10. They are Blair Stoll, Paige West, Madelynn Mattson, Corby Schmitz, Angela Standiford, Cassy Redden, Sarah Burke and Anne Schieber.

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Nodaway Chorale presents ‘Sing On!’ choral concert

The Nodaway Chorale will present a concert of vocal music at 7 pm, Sunday, April 28 at the First Christian Church, Third and Buchanan, in Maryville. The theme of the concert is “Sing On!” “The focus of our concert is ‘music about music,’” Chorale Music Director Jim Rash said. “The singing of music has been a

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Northwest’s McNeese honored for commitment to American Heart Association

The American Heart Association recognized Gina McNeese, an instructor of health and physical education at Northwest Missouri State University and the Horace Mann Laboratory School, with its Mission Impact Award for her commitment to physical fitness instruction and 30 years of leading students through the organization’s Kids Heart Challenge on April 12. Stephanie Jumps, a

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Edith George

Edith B. Cooper George, 98, Maryville, died Tuesday, April 16, 2019, at Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville. Memorial service will be at 11 am, Monday, April 22 at the First United Methodist Church of Maryville. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the church. Mrs. George’s body has been cremated

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Skidmore to sponsor city spring cleanup

The Skidmore City Council announced the city-wide spring cleanup will take place from Monday, May 6 to Sunday, May 12. There will be two trash receptacles furnished by Porter Trash at the horse arena at the north end of Skidmore. No tires or brush will be accepted. Jeanise Schwebach and Sandy Wright were sworn in

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Maryville extends open burning period

Maryville has adopted ordinances to limit open burning to three times a year. The first period of each year is scheduled for April 1-14. Due to cooler temperatures and rain, the open burn period is being extended through the month of April. For details regarding the open burning ordinance inside the city limits, visit maryville.org,

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