From June 24 through 28, the Clearmont Baptist Church will be hosting a Vacation Bible School, “Created by God – Built for a Purpose,” for pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Each day will be from 1 to 4 pm. The closing program will be held at 6:30 pm, Sunday, June 30. Individuals should preregister by calling
June is Adopt a Shelter Cat month and the New Nodaway Humane Society animal shelter, 829 South Depot, Maryville, is offering special adoption rates until June 30. Cats over six months are $20 and kitten adoptions are $40. Each adoption includes the pet’s spay or neuter, age-appropriate shots and microchip. Adoptions are on a first
The Maryville Public Library, 509 North Main Street, Maryville, will hold the following activities: • Signup is underway for the all-ages summer reading program, “A Universe of Stories.” It runs through Wednesday, July 31. • Story Hour for ages two to eight, 9:45 am, Tuesday, June 25. • Book Nibblers, 9:45 to 10:15 am, Thursday,
Paws at The Pub is a monthly social event to benefit the New Nodaway Humane Society. The event will be from 5 to 8 pm, Wednesday, June 26 at The Pub, 414 North Main Street, Maryville. This is a chance for pups and owners to meet in a friendly, relaxed setting while raising awareness and
The Roar! Vacation Bible School will be held from 6 to 8:30 pm, Sunday, July 28 to Thursday, August 1 at the First Christian Church, 201 West Third Street, Maryville. To ensure correct T-shirt size, please register by Monday, July 1. The VBS is for three-year-olds to fifth graders. Cost is $5 per child. Registration
Sheila Smail celebrated her retirement from the City of Maryville on June 12. Along with her husband, Rick Smail, Sheila received well wishes from co-workers, family and friends. Smail had worked for the city for 23 years, 10 in the public works department and 13 as city clerk.
The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks 760, Maryville, officiated Flag Day ceremonies on June 15 at the Nodaway County Freedom Rock® located in Franklin Park, Maryville. Keynote speaker Bob Bohlken spoke on the Flag and the history of Flag Day while members of the American Legion Post 100, under the direction of Amos Clampett,
A draft of 2020-2024 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) which focuses on taking care of the state’s existing transportation system was presented recently to the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission. A 30-day public review and comment period has begun. MoDOT Planning Director Machelle Watkins told commissioners the draft STIP includes 1,869 highway and bridge projects,
The Maryville City Council discussed “an ordinance amending chapter 405 Zoning Code of the Municipal Code of Maryville, Missouri, regarding short-term rentals” at the June 10 council meeting. With the popularity of bed and breakfasts, Airbnbs and other short-term rentals of housing in predominately residential areas, the city’s leadership felt the situation needed to be
Northwest Technical School FFA Chapter members and advisors recently traveled to Washington, DC, to visit with Congressman Sam Graves. Those who made the trip were Dillon Stiens, Jeremy Lacy, Fritz Lager, Tobin Cordell, Laney Graham, Anna Lager, Josie Auffert, Aide McAtee, Jacob Ginther, Sadie Schafer and Amber Ebrecht.