Nodaway-Holt FFA will have a drone demonstration by Zach Lemar of Lemar Seed and Service at 10 am, Wednesday, August 11 at the NH crop ground. The drone will spray the field. This is open to any interested individuals who may meet at the school at 9:35 am or at the field at 10 am.
The University of Missouri Extension is offering a six class “Living a Healthy Life with Diabetes” program. The program is offered on Wednesdays, August 11 through September 15. There are two locations: 9 to 11 am at the Andrew County Youth Building, 201 South Banyon, Savannah; and 2 to 4 pm at the Joyce Raye
By Kay Wilson Drew Farrell is living his dream while starting a new vital agriculture business in his home county. “I’ve always wanted to fly,” said Farrell, a 2018 Maryville High grad and son of Ben Farrell and Angela Salcedo. Now 21, Farrell earned his pilot’s license in December 2019 and with the help of
Skidmore Community Betterment will meet at 6 pm, Monday, August 9 at Newton Hall in Skidmore.
Suzanne Von Behren RN, BSN, gives Ellaina Renfro a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination at one of the Nodaway County Health Center’s Back-to-School vaccination clinics at 2416 South Main Street, Maryville. Renfro who will be a junior at North Nodaway received her first vaccine shot, August 3, along with her sister, Olivia, a NN freshman. The duo,
During the 18 hole morning scramble event this week, Dorothy Wade experienced a hole-in-one on hole number six. Wade was using her 8-Hybrid to earn the ace! This was the fourth such accomplishment for Wade.
The 2021 Skidmore Punkin Show with a theme of “We Have a Good Thing Growin’” July 30, 31 and August 1 saw locals enjoy the different events throughout the festival. PunkinShow_10 – Lloyd and Betty Nelson, Grand Marshals for the Skidmore Punkin Show, ride through the parade. Their children joined them afterwards: Kelly Nelson, Kirksville; Kayla
Northwest Missouri State University celebrated the July 30 opening of its Agricultural Learning Center with an estimated 300 people, with three and four generations of family farms represented. People filled the expo center for its ribbon cutting, displays of farm machinery and special guests of two calves representing the university’s Guernsey herd. This 29,000 square-foot
The mud run will have registration from 2 to 5 pm, Saturday, August 7 at Clyde. Mud flies at 6 pm. There are nine classes with 100 percent payback. Each pass is $20. Spectator admission is $10 for ages 12 and over, $5 for ages six to 11, and free for five and under. Proceeds
The elected or appointed mayors in Nodaway County serve their city’s residents through the guidance of the city’s council, board or committee. The Nodaway News Leader is undertaking a weekly series to inform its readers of the challenges facing the towns and how the mayors are handling these problems. This week we are highlighting Mayor