The Pickering Christian Church is conducting an outreach mission. Free bread and sweets may be picked up from 2 to 4 pm, Monday, June 3 at the east basement door.
The Parnell American Legion Post 528 will hold a fundraiser pancake breakfast from 8 am to noon, Sunday, June 2 at the Legion Hall. Free will donation.
By Wayne Flanary, Extension field specialist in agronomy The cool wet weather has affected cool season grass growth. Cool season grasses are short in height and production. Pastures, which were grazed heavily early spring, have limited regrowth. Now is the time to determine your forage needs for summer and fall and put an action plan
Interstate 29 is once again closed at US Route 71 (mile marker 57) due to flooding in Missouri. Water is over the road on US Route 59 in Mound City and has begun to go over I-29 near mile marker 85. The Missouri Department of Transportation is working closely with the Missouri State Highway Patrol
The North Central Missouri College nursing program will be accepting 10 additional students for the online PN to ADN program beginning fall 2019. This program is a high-demand program which provides students with a flexible educational path as they work toward becoming registered nurses. “This program has been extremely successful with high NCLEX-RN pass rates
The 2019 NCAA Division I Women’s Softball College World Series (WCWS) is being played May 30 to June 5 in Oklahoma City. This proportional symbol map displays the 13 teams that have won championships over the past 37 years. Six of those teams are in the 2019 WCWS. UCLA leads with 12 team titles, followed
The West Nodaway R-I Board of Education met in open and closed sessions on May 15 to handle the following school district business. In closed session, the following extra duty positions were approved: Brandon Phipps as athletic director, summer conditioning director, assistant varsity football coach; Tayne Fast, assistant athletic director; Selina Talmadge, head varsity volleyball
The North Nodaway R-VI Board of Education met in open and closed sessions on May 15 to handle the following school district business. Two buses from Midwest Transit Equipment will be purchased for $162,158. The food safety plan was approved as presented. Superintendent James Simmelink reported a possible propane leak under the sidewalk cement on
Regardless of age, Maryvillians are invited to take part in the Maryville Public Library’s annual summer reading program. “A Universe of Stories” will be underway starting Tuesday, May 28. The summer reading program runs through Thursday, July 31. Challenges have been set for four different age groups, with reading taking place on at least 20
Native plants provide many benefits to agricultural producers and recreational landowners alike. Native plants provide pollinator habitat, curb erosion, protect water quality and produce nutritious livestock forage. The upcoming Grow Native! Native Plants for Row Crop Agriculture, Pollinator Enhancement & Livestock Production workshop is on June 21 in Albany. The workshop is intended for row