XFL Players per Capita, 2020 “The latest version of professional football got under way last weekend with the beginning of the XFL season. TV ratings and ticket sales were good for the new league that consists of eight teams. The XFL will play a 10-week schedule and 2-week playoff culminating with the championship game on
A fundraising supper will be held from 5 to 7 pm, Friday, February 14 at the American Legion in Burlington Jct. The menu will include ham and beans, cornbread, chicken noodle soup, drink and a dessert. Adults are $8; children five and under are free. It is sponsored by the BJ American Legion Auxiliary.
Wanda Paulene Reed, 86, Burlington Jct., died Monday, February 10, 2020, at Mosaic Life Care – St. Joseph. She was born December 29, 1933, in Burlington Jct., to Lyman and Pauline Trosper McIntyre. She was a graduate of Burlington Jct. High School. On November 14, 1954, she married Vernon D. Reed, Sr. He preceded her
Elmina Suzanne “Suzie” Forcade-Haas, 84, St. Joseph, died Thursday, February 6, 2020, at Mosaic Life Care – St. Joseph. She was born October 28, 1935, in Avalon, to J. Curtis and Mary P. Forcade. She grew up in Northwest Missouri and Conway, IA, graduating from Graham High School, Graham, in 1953. Mrs. Forcade-Haas’s body will be
Idalyn Hornecker, 82, died Friday, February 7, 2020, at the Colorado home of her daughter. She was born October 31, 1937, in Jefferson Township, to Claude F. and Lavona Lorene Kyle Guthrie. She graduated from Maitland High School. On July 11, 1963, she married Jerold Roger Hornecker. They made their home in Colorado for several
Deloris Shelton, 93, Maryville, died Friday, February 7, 2020, at Parkdale Manor, Maryville. She was born March 4, 1926, in Barnard, to Ivan and Jessie Wohlford Hilsabeck. She was a graduate of Barnard High School. On March 20, 1949, she married Billy F. Shelton in Maryville. Services were Monday, February 10 at Price Funeral Home,
Dorthy Marie Barcus Fluke, 84, Bedford, IA, died Wednesday, February 5, 2020, at Nodaway Nursing Home, Maryville. She was born February 13, 1935, south of Mound City, to Earl Barcus and Edith Martha McCullah Barcus. She graduated from Pickering High School and then attended Northwest Missouri Teacher’s College, Maryville. On June 11, 1961, she married
https://bearcatsports.com/news/2020/2/11/general-miaa-basketball-tourney-tickets-available-on-campus.aspx Tickets for the 2020 MIAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships presented by Citizens Bank & Trust are available for purchase on the Northwest Missouri State University campus. Fans can purchase tickets at Cashiering in the Administration Building (in-person and via phone at 660-562-1212) that will allow them to sit in the Bearcat fan block seating at
Congress must act to permanently ban lethal drugs By Timothy Garrison A Grain Valley teenager ingested what he thought was just half of an oxycodone pill, and it nearly cost him his life. The teenage victim didn’t know the pill he bought on the street in the Westport area of Kansas City was laced with
The Northwest Missouri Beebusters monthly meeting is from 7 to 9 pm, Monday, February 10 at the Nodaway County Ambulance building, 103 Carefree Drive, Maryville. Anyone who is interested in bees is welcome to attend. For more information, visit the Facebook page, Northwest Missouri Beebusters.