Freedom of Road Riders, Local 26, Maryville, invites all interested motorcyclists to participate in Tuesday evening supper rides. Kickstands up at 6 pm at Break Time, 1517 East First Street, Maryville. The end of the season rides are October 1, Junction Cafe, Bedford, IA; October 8, Good Time Charlie’s, Skidmore; October 15, Highway 136 Roadhouse,
Today’s Civic Women will meet at 5:30 pm, Tuesday, October 1 in the Nodaway Valley Bank conference room. Everyone is welcome.
The Maryville Public Library, 509 North Main Street, Maryville, will hold the following activities: • Book Sale is ongoing through Monday, September 30. Includes adult fiction, non-fiction, DVDs and youth titles. Proceeds benefit the library. • Morning Toddler Storytime, 9:45 am, Thursday, October 3. • Adult Computer Assistance, 4 to 6 pm, Thursday, October 3.
Robert J. Dilley, 68, Maryville, died Sunday, September 18, 2019, at his home. Mr. Dilley’s body has been cremated under the direction of Andrews-Hann Funeral Home, Grant City. Private memorial services will be held at a later date.
Norma Jean Moyer, 91, died on Friday, September 20, 2019. A celebration of life was held for the immediate family. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the Maryville Public Library’s children’s corner.
The Northwest Missouri State University Bearcat Athletic Training 5K Run/Walk is set for Saturday, September 28 during Family Weekend. Registration on Saturday will begin at 6:15 am and the race/walk will start at 7 am. The starting and finish lines are at the Lamkin Activity Center Circle. The 5K Run starts on College Avenue (4th Street) right
The Skidmore City Council, at the September 12 meeting, voted to not join in with Maitland and Graham on a regional wastewater treatment plant facility, but to remain in the loop to join in on a possible regional wastewater operation. The second public meeting was held by Northwest Regional Council of Governments, with Emily Wicoff
Property owners along an alley in Clearmont came to the Clearmont City Council on September 17 to get an answer about the alley’s apparent closure. Donovan Harris, who recently purchased 315 South Pine, is having individuals drive across his property due to the apparent closure of the alley. Katrina Dolin’s property, which lies directly behind
At the September 11 meeting, the Maryville Tourism Committee approved the projected 2020 budget to be sent to the Maryville City Council for approval. The budget estimates a carryover amount for the committee of $283,985 at the beginning of the fiscal year on October 1. Other estimated revenue for the tourism effort will include $165,000
A Maryville Community Blood Drive will be held on September 24. By Kathryn Rice One of the things people take for granted is there will be blood available, if it is needed. There’s no magic involved in having readily available blood supplies; it’s all of the everyday people who take the time out of their