Beverly Ann Warner, 91, Savannah, died Friday, May 3, 2019, at Maryville Living Center, Maryville. Services were May 7 at Breit Hawkins Funeral Home, Savannah. Burial was in Prairie Home Cemetery, Graham. Memorials may be made to Savannah Senior Center and Bethany Christian Church. Online condolences may be left at breithawkinsfuneralhome.com.
The Pickering City Council discussed a $38,814.50 bid from Mid-America Road Builders, Platte City, for street maintenance and repair during the May 6 meeting. The city has $12,331.30 in the street fund. After discussion, the council decided to contact Mid-America for a bid on just pothole repair. Mid-America is doing several projects in Nodaway County
The South Nodaway R-IV Board of Education met in open and closed sessions to handle the following school district business. The first order of business was to reorganize the board after the April 2 election. The non-election results were accepted. Returning board members Debbie Bennett and David Klamm were sworn in. Macia Kemper was selected
The Hopkins City Council approved a $98,593.10 bid with Mid-America Road Builders, Platte City, during its May 6 meeting for street work this summer. The company will single and double-chip seal the streets along with pulling shoulders, asphalt patching potholes, power broom and scarifying as the street requires. The streets to be repaired are: Fifth Street
After being closed for flooding and repairs for nearly two months, Interstate 29 reopened on May 8 to traffic from St. Joseph to Omaha. While floodwaters had receded and debris was cleared from the Missouri portion of I-29, the Iowa portion had significant damage as well as the routes that extend east and west from
Beach volleyball is the 90th and newest NCAA sport. The 4th National Women’s Beach Volleyball Championship, won by UCLA, was just completed this past weekend in Gulf Shores, AL. The per capita production of Div. I beach volleyball players is greatest in the Southwest and West with Hawaii leading followed by California, Arizona and Texas. California produces
Northwest Missouri State University’s Board of Regents authorized multiple policies and contracts during its regular meeting on May 3, in addition to recognizing several students, staff and faculty members for individual and team achievements. Policy items approved by the Regents included an academic administrative withdrawal policy which defines the standards for Northwest to administratively withdraw
The Sixth Annual Spoofhound Football Community Cleanup fundraiser will be held on Saturday, May 18. The football team will help with cleanup or outside chores for donations. The donations will be used by the players to participate in summer camps at Northwest Missouri State University. For more information or questions, contact Coach Matt Webb at
The Ravenwood Festival planning meeting will be held at 7 pm, Monday, May 13 at the Ravenwood Community Building. Items to discuss are date, theme and events for the festival. All volunteers are welcome. For more information, contact Brandy Rush at 660.254.1460 or Allie Runde at 660.254.3898.
The annual North Nodaway Alumni Banquet is calling for reservations for the Saturday, May 25 event at the high school. The reservations need to be made by Saturday, May 18. The cost is $16.50 per person and $2 for dues. Reservations may be made by calling Sue Florea, 660.778.3739; Donna Spalding, 660.778.3890; Teresa DeMott, 660.562.3547;