Christopher J. Cummins, 70, Maryville, died Wednesday, May 6, 2020, at Maryville Living Center. He was born July 19, 1949, in Kansas City, to JB and Doris Logan Cummins. He was a 1967 graduate of Maryville High School and attended Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville. On November 24, 1973, he married Marianne Donegan in Kansas
Patty Lou Jennings, 78, Grant City, died Saturday, May 2, 2020, at Mosaic Life Care – St. Joseph. She was born January 9, 1942, in Nodaway County, to Charles E. and Sara E. Chapman Brant. On March 14, 1975, she married Max L. Jennings in Stanberry. He preceded her in death July 6, 1990. Mrs.
Eldon Lee Buesing, 82, Maryville, formerly of Burlington Jct. and Page County, IA, died Tuesday, April 28, 2020, at Parkdale Manor Nursing Home, Maryville. He was born August 26, 1937, in Page County, to Guenther and Erna Wellhausen Buesing. In 1957 he married Viola Rope and they later divorced. He married D. Jane Murphy
Nodaway Valley Bank has opened a loan production office at 2425 NW Prairie View Road in Platte City and plans to seek regulatory approval to open a full-service branch. Kelly Parkhurst, Travis Boyer, Marvin Davis and Leann Downing have joined the bank to help develop new loan customers, bringing 150 years of combined banking experience
North Nodaway eighth grader Morgan Pope qualified for nationals in the National History Day Competition by placing second at state. The state competition was held virtually, a change from previous years. Pope will represent Missouri in the Junior Individual Website category. This year’s theme was breaking barriers in history. Her topic was Tinker v Des
Nodaway County Health Department Administrator, Tom Patterson, announces a fifth Nodaway County, Missouri resident has tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The affected individual is a male between 60-69 years of age, and a resident of Nodaway County. The individual is isolated at a private residence. If you have not been contacted by the
Hy-Vee, Inc. announces that effective Wednesday, May 6, it will limit meat purchases at all of its locations. Hy-Vee Statement: We continue to work with industry leaders so we are prepared for any possible fluctuations in product and can best serve our customers. At Hy-Vee, we have product available at our stores but due to
County offices in the Nodaway County Administration Center are now open for business. They ask that the public respect the Social Distancing Guidelines.
In conjunction with the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded a total of $1,030,000 to school bus transportation companies to replace 52 older diesel school buses in Missouri. Among those companies was Jarnik Bus for the Maryville school district for three bus units at $60,000. The funds are part
Nodaway County Commissioners awarded the 2020 rock bids to two quarries for the 1031.1 miles of gravel roads in the county. The bids awarded at 65 ton per mile went to Norris Quarry and Schildberg Construction. Norris Quarry will be handling the gravel needs for the following townships: Grant, Hopkins, Independence, Jackson, Jefferson, Polk NE,