James E. “Jim” Hartman, 88, Maryville, died Saturday, August 31, 2019, at Parkdale Manor, Maryville. Memorial services will be at 2 pm, Wednesday, September 11 at Price Funeral Home, Maryville. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. Burial will be in Hillcrest Cemetery, Skidmore. Military Honors will be provided by the
The FBS or Football Bowl Subdivision is now in full swing and it consists of 129 teams that have been known as ‘Major College’ through the years. This player production map, based on where the 15,037 FBS players attended high school, indicates a strong regional concentration in the ‘Deep South.’ This area forms the core
The Pickering City Council met on September 2 to discuss city business. City Clerk Milt Sovereign said the sewer repairs he is working on are almost done. He expects to finish rebuilding the walls and have gravel added to the sewer plant before winter sets in. Mayor Charles Smith reported he had talked to Tyrone
The communities of Graham, Maitland and Skidmore will be receiving a progress report and preliminary findings of the Regional Wastewater Feasibility Study during their regularly scheduled September meetings. Representatives from Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Governments and Snyder & Associates will be in attendance to discuss the Preliminary Engineering Report with each community. The report
Marvin A. Henggeler, 83, Maryville, died Friday, August 30, 2019, at Village Care Center, Maryville. Mass of Christian burial was held Tuesday, September 3 at St. Gregory’s Barbarigo Catholic Church. Memorials may be made to the St. Gregory’s Catholic Maintenance Fund. Online condolences may be left at pricefuneralhome.com.
The Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) or the major college season is in full swing this weekend. The FBS consists of 129 teams with an average attendance of 41,509 per home game last season. Michigan led with 110,737 fans. The other teams that averaged over 100,000 fans were in this order: Penn State, Ohio State, Alabama
At the August 23 Hopkins City Council meeting, Jess Everhart Jr. was selected to finish the term of south ward alderman. The position of alderman became open when Brandon Kreps moved away from Hopkins. There were three letters of interest submitted for the position. Mayor Kelly Morrison recommended Everhart for the position. The three aldermen