According to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services COVID-19 vaccination dashboard, an estimated 18.1 percent or 4,000 Nodaway Countians have received the first dose of a coronavirus vaccine. These figures are as of March 9 and 2,655 individuals have received the second dose. The total population of Nodaway County is given at 22,092
The NERDS (Novice Engineers Robotics Design Society) or Team 9960, a robotics club with members from South Nodaway and Northeast Nodaway, was among the winners of the First Tech Challenge Northwest League Championship, March 6, and will participate in the state championship, Saturday, April 24. NERDS members are Nathan Meyer and Colton Swalley, both from NEN,
The Fourth District of the American Legion will gather at 1:30 pm, Sunday, March 14 at the Dick Munkres Post 287, Savannah. A lunch will be served. Prior to the meeting will be the Four Chaplains Ceremony and an Eagle Scout presentation.
A freewill donation fish and chicken fry is being served by the Wilcox United Methodist Church from 11 am to 1:30 pm, Sunday, March 14. Dine-in or carryout is available. Menu includes fried fish, chicken, french fries, coleslaw, potato salad, homemade cookies and drink.
Students from Northeast Nodaway, North Nodaway and West Nodaway took part in the annual County Government Day, March 10. The NEN sophomore government class including Instructor Jared Freemyer and students Creed Wilcox, Brendon Deardorff, Dylan McIntyre and Boston Adwell listen to Nodaway County Clerk Melinda Patton discuss the duties of the county clerk’s office. The
The Maryville City Council opened their meeting with Mayor Ben Lipiec telling the gallery there had been a social media announcement that face masks were on the evening’s agenda. They were not. Lipiec recommended if there was anyone in the gallery who wanted to address the council, to speak up under the agenda item, “Citizens
The Elmo Fish Fry will be from 5 to 7 pm, Saturday, March 13 at the Community Building, Elmo. Social distancing is recommended, indoor seating or carryout is available. The menu is fried fish, chicken, potatoes, salads and drink. Cost is $9 for adults; $5 for children 12 and under. Money raised goes to community
There will be a fundraising breakfast from 7 am to 1 pm, Saturday, March 13 at the Pickering Community Building. Sponsored by the Pickering Lions Club, the all-you-can-eat breakfast costs $6 for adults; $3 for ages 11 and younger. The menu includes pancakes, sausage, biscuits and gravy, coffee, tea, milk and juice. For more information,
We currently have over 500 openings still available for the community vaccine clinic on Monday, March 15th, at the Hughes Fieldhouse at Northwest Missouri State. The clinic has also extended hours, until 6 p.m., for after school or work opportunities. Individuals can go to www.mymlc.com/vaccine and sign up for a vaccine appointment. This tier includes the
“Now that March is here, and it’s beginning to feel like spring, it’s time to turn our attention to college basketball and the return of March Madness. This week’s AP Top 25 Poll is mapped by proportional symbols. Gonzaga leads the way, followed by Baylor, Illinois, Michigan and Iowa. Gonzaga, in the west, is the