The Nodaway County Historical Society will offer a program with Erika Lees on genealogy and family history at 2 pm, Sunday, November 17 at the museum located at 110 North Walnut Street, Maryville.
The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Lodge 760, Maryville, is again collecting deer hides to be used for gloves for disabled veterans. While the Elks National Veterans Service Commission began the program in 1948, the local lodge brought it back about four years ago. John Nelson, leading knight and chairman of the veterans deer
Northwest enrollment surge boosts university, local community By Frank Grispino Enrollment statistics have been reported and Northwest Missouri State University’s enrollment has drastically increased to over 7,000 students. It is good news and a boon to the surrounding areas and the institution. More students bring more spending to local businesses, plus more students increase the
Northwest Missouri State University will “Celebrate Agriculture” with a series of activities Saturday, Nov. 16. “Celebrate Agriculture allows us to come together to recognize the impact agriculture has in the region and at Northwest Missouri State University,” said Rod Barr, director of the School of Agricultural Sciences. “It gives us an opportunity to showcase
A chili and soup luncheon will be offered from 11 am to 1 pm, Saturday, November 16 at the Maitland United Methodist Church. The freewill donation meal will have soup, chili, grilled cheese sandwiches and desserts.
The Busy Bee 4-H Club will serve a hunters breakfast from 4 am to 12 pm, Saturday, November 16 at the Guilford United Methodist Church fellowship hall. The menu includes biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs, hashbrowns and cinnamon rolls. There will be a freewill donation.
The Pickering Lions Club will host a hunters breakfast from 6 am to 1 pm, Saturday, November 16. The event will be held at the Pickering Community Building. The menu will be biscuits, gravy, sausage, bacon, eggs, coffee, tea, and juice. A freewill offering is asked. Proceeds to go to community projects.
Maryville High School is launching a new book-gifting program aimed at older readers. Spoofhound Bookshelf will offer free reading books to interested high school students throughout the school year. The project was a result of collaboration between MHS Librarian Kimberly Offutt and student parent Kelley Baldwin. Inspired by similar book-gifting programs for younger readers, Baldwin
The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce announced the five Grinch Marshal candidates, one of whom will lead the Chamber’s fifth annual Christmas Parade beginning at 6:30 pm, Friday, December 6. The five nominees are Vince Shelby, Nodaway County Fair Board, Kevin Pitts, Maryville Middle School, Tom Beattie, Association of Group Homes, Greg McDanel, Host Lions
Vervil “Bill” Roush, 91, died Sunday, November 10, 2019, at KC Hospice House, Kansas City. He was born April 9, 1928, to Lester and Ruby Riley Roush in Siam, IA. He graduated from Maryville High School. On September 23, 1950, he married Rosemary Shelton. She preceded him in death in 1997. A celebration