PV girls win 44 – 21 Senior Jaclyn Pappert, the lead scorer with 13 points, concentrates on a free throw during the sectional play at the St. Joseph Civic Arena. Kaylin LaMaster, senior, keeps the eye on the prize. Boys win in OT 68-64 Steven Chor, senior, takes flight to try to stop the Panther’s
Div. II-Top 25 Men’s Basketball Poll “The Bearcat men’s basketball team is again sitting on top of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Rankings after completing their regular season with a 28-1 record. Next up is the MIAA Post-Season Tournament in Kansas City (March 4-8). This proportional symbol map displays the defending national champions
At the February 13 Skidmore City Council meeting, the first and second reading of an ordinance was made to appoint a city attorney and Ordinance #Attorney 2020 was approved. A COVE heating system will be installed at city hall by S & S Contracting. The project is not to exceed $1,500. The current credit card
While there was little good news within City Manager Greg McDanel’s water system report presented to the Maryville City Council February 24, the details of the city staff’s information gathering was extensive. The following are the highlights of the report. • The pseudanabaena algae counts remain elevated. • No detections of toxins are present in
The Children and Family Center of Northwest Missouri, located at 1220 East Second, Maryville, will now officially be known as North Star Advocacy Center. The name change has been a work in progress for many months and staff members are extremely excited to be sharing the news. “The original idea for changing the name from
United Fiber, headquartered in Savannah, has experienced four major internet and phone service outages, affecting over 11,500 customers in Northwest Missouri, within the last two weeks. Darren Farnan, chief development officer of United Electric Cooperative, which is the parent company of United Fiber, identified the problem with the intermittent and shut-down service being an electronic
Optimist International has announced a new Optimist Photography Contest for 2020. The Optimist Club of Maryville will participate in this new program for student photographers. Open to elementary through high school students, the contest focuses on introducing students to the Optimist Creed and the artistic expression of the creed through photography. Students are asked to
The Maryville Kiwanis will hold its monthly meeting at 5:30 pm, Wednesday, March 4 at Maryville Country Club, 25867 Icon Road, Maryville. New members are welcomed. For more information, visit Facebook at Kiwanis Maryville.
Freedom of Road Riders®, Local 26, will meet on Tuesday, March 3 at Tuck Point Bar and Grill, Ravenwood. To carpool or ride motorcycles, weather permitting, meet at 6 pm, Break Time, 1517 East First Street, Maryville. All interested motorcyclists are invited to attend the meeting.
Today’s Civic Women will meet at 5:30 pm, Tuesday, March 3 in the Nodaway Valley Bank conference room. Everyone is welcome.