Diana Lynn Taylor, 63, Maryville, died Wednesday, July 24, 2019, at Nodaway Nursing Home, Maryville. Memorial Mass of Christian burial will be at 3:30 pm, Friday, July 26 at St. Gregory Barbarigo Catholic Church. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. Mrs. Taylor’s body has been cremated under the care of Price Funeral
The Mosaic Preschool & Education Center, in partnership with Maryville Parks & Recreation and the City of Maryville, has announced the opening of the barrier-free/inclusive playground on the grounds of Mosaic Preschool & Education Center to the public on August 3. The playground will be for the center’s use only during regular business hours of
By Jacki Wood This is the first in a series on former Spoofhound athletes who are now Bearcats. Frequently called townies, a number of former Maryville High School athletes decided to stay in town and continue their academic and athletic careers at Northwest Missouri State University. Elijah Green, son of Clarence and Chelli Green, graduated
“No One Saw A Thing,” will air beginning Thursday, August 1 on the Sundance channel. A new documentary on Ken Rex McElroy, known as the Skidmore town bully who was killed in 1981, will be coming to television beginning Thursday, August 1. The six-part film was produced by a California company which utilized resources from
The Nodaway-Holt board of education held its regular meeting on July 17 addressing the following business. Superintendent Jeff Blackford presented end of year financials. Board member Jim Fuhrman spoke about the MSBA annual meeting this fall. He also told of training for all board members which will be at the conference or accessed online. Blackford
The WNBA All-Star Game is being played on July 27 in Las Vegas. The women’s professional basketball league began play in 1999. There have been 134 different players selected as All-Stars during the past 21 years. This per-capita map is based on where the All-Stars went to high school. The Mid-Atlantic and Southern states stand out
This year’s Hopkins Picnic will be held August 1 through 3 and will feature a quilt show at the Hopkins Community Building. Entries will be accepted from 3 to 8 pm, Wednesday, July 31 and from 8 am to 10 am, Thursday, August 1. Participants can choose one of several categories to enter their creation
The July 22 Maryville City Council opened with a public hearing for annexing property owned by the Northwest Foundation. The property is located west of Icon Road and southwest of Donaldson Westside Park. No citizen spoke and the council did not take any action. • Approved an amendment to prohibit the smoking of medical marijuana
The ninth annual Tri-C community-wide garage sales will be Friday, August 2 and Saturday, August 3 in the communities of Clyde, Conception, Conception Jct., and surrounding area. The event is sponsored by the Tri-C Community Action Renewal Team (CART) and signup is underway until 5 pm, Wednesday, July 31 by contacting Jane Walter at 660.944.2488.
The Trojanette softball organization will be having tryouts on Saturday, July 27 at the Savannah complex. Tryouts start at 1:30 and will be for the 10 and under and 12 and under teams for the 2020 season. For more information, call 816.390.6059.