Harriett Elaine Howard, 88, Maryville, formerly of Burlington Jct., died Wednesday, July 22, 2020, at Oak Pointe, Maryville. She was born December 26, 1931, in Clarinda, IA, to Emmett D. and Margaret J. Sunderman. She went to Immanuel Lutheran Christian School near Clarinda, then graduated from Clarinda High School. On January 14, 1951, she married
Paul Charles Falcone, died Saturday, July 18, 2020. He was born February 17, 1943, in Chicago, IL, to Nicholas Falcone and Madeleine Falcone. He graduated from Proviso East High School in 1960 and from Wheaton College in 1965 with a degree in chemistry. He earned a master of fine arts in printmaking and design in
Ellen Margaret Gallagher, 83, Maryville, died Friday, July 17, 2020, at KU Medical Center, Kansas City, KS. She was born May 28, 1937, in Maryville, to Fred and Margaret Growney Stiens. She graduated from Horace Mann High School, Maryville. On November 21, 1959, she married Donald Gallagher at the former St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Maryville.
Vivien G. Hull, 94, Maryville, formerly of Elmo, died Friday, July 17, 2020, at Maryville Living Center, Maryville. She was born March 28, 1926, in Drury, to Urgil and Florence Stephens Firrell. She attended high school in Ava. On July 31, 1947, she married Bobbie T. “Bob” Hull in Tarkio. He preceded her in death.
By Kathryn Rice Maryville Florists has been a community staple since 1967 offering fresh and silk flower arrangements for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, funerals, proms, graduations and other important events in area residents’ lives. Under the guidance of the current owner of 17 years, Keitha Clapp, the shop has expanded to include gifts and features the
Nodaway County Health Department Administrator, Tom Patterson, announces 11 individuals residing in Nodaway County, Missouri have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). There are now 79 confirmed cases for Nodaway County. Thirty-seven of the 29 cases are no longer in isolation. Two of the 79 cases with underlying medical conditions have been hospitalized. The
At the two Skidmore City Council meetings held July 9, Mayor Sandy Wright announced she and Alderman Rana Killingsworth are working with Second Harvest Community Food Pantry, St. Joseph, to establish a food pantry for Skidmore residents. The pantry will be open one day a month and will be in the back room of city
Nodaway County Health Department Administrator, Tom Patterson, announces eight individuals residing in Nodaway County, Missouri have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). There are now sixty-eight confirmed cases for Nodaway County. Thirty-six of the sixty-eight cases are no longer in isolation. Two of the sixty cases with underlying medical conditions have been hospitalized. The
The Maryville City Council held a public hearing to open the July 13 meeting that addressed the application for a $1.3 million grant/loan from USDA Rural Development. There were no citizens to be heard during the hearing. City Manager Greg McDanel gave the details of the Community Facility Grant program. The city plans to make
“USA Climbing is the national governing body of the sport of competition climbing in the U.S. There are 1,724 collegiate members depicted on this map by their hometown state. A climbing competition is usually held indoors on purpose built climbing walls. Even though the sport is held indoors it’s obvious from this per capita map