Jackie E. “ Jack” Caddell, 71, Quincy, IL, died Monday, September 2, 2019, at his home. Services were Friday, September 6 at Hansen-Spear Funeral Home, with Rev. Elmer Hagood officiating. Burial was in Quincy Memorial Park, Quincy. Memorials may be made to Lymphoma Research Foundation.
The Maryville City Council met briefly on September 9 to speak to refinancing of bonds. The bonds for the debt of the waterworks and sewer system were able to be refinanced by issuing $11,535,000 revenue bonds at a new rate of interest. Matthew Courtney, vice president of Piper Jaffrey & Co., Leawood, KS, reported to
Northwest Missouri State University’s Board of Regents approved a pair of multi-year contracts for software at the university during a brief regular meeting on September 5. The Regents authorized the university to renew software maintenance agreements with Ellucian Banner, for a contract not to exceed $2,025,000 over a five-year term and an implementation cost not to
The Northwest Missouri State University men’s basketball program is finalizing preparation for the 13th Annual Chip Strong Memorial Golf Tournament this weekend. Lunch and registration begins at 11:30 am followed by a 12:30 pm tee time on Friday, September 13, at Mozingo Lake Golf Course. The tournament will feature a silent auction with five items that will be open
Northwest Missouri State University trades enrollment with Missouri Western State University at the beginning of the fall semester. Beginning the 2019-20 academic year, Northwest saw a two percent increase in its total enrollment, in addition to maintaining its high retention rate, while the institution to the south saw a two percent decline. Northwest entered its
The Nodaway County Health Center Board of Trustees were introduced to and reviewed a draft of revisions to the health board’s county ordinance on Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) at the August 21 meeting. The draft was authored by Administrator Tom Patterson with the help of the health center’s attorney. He presented the original ordinance
The Children and Family Center of Northwest Missouri, Maryville, was a benefactor of quilting projects from the ladies at the Wilcox United Methodist Church recently. Center employees Meghann Kosman, Jeanine Montgomery, Linda Mattson and Julia Day receive some of the items from UMC representative Annette Mullins.
The sports cooperative agreement between Jefferson and South Nodaway will be used for all sports beginning with the 2019-20 school year and will continue to be known as Platte Valley. In addition to the nickname, both schools have adopted the co-op colors of graphite gray, royal blue and cardinal red which will be used for
Although under a new name for only five months, Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville is celebrating 125 years of continuous health-care service to northwest Missouri and southwest Iowa. On September 8, 1894, the first hospital in Maryville, then St. Joseph’s Hospital, opened its doors. It was founded by seven sisters who saw the need for
The board of education for the Maryville R-II Schools met August 21. Before the open session, the board hosted a public hearing on the proposed budget and the tax levy for 2019-20. Later in the meeting, the board set the tax levy at $5.0657 per $100 assessed valuation and approved the budget as presented by