Month: September

Geography with Goudge

The NFL season is now underway with packed stadiums for the first time since the 2019 season.  Which region of the country produces the highest quality football players? The ‘Southern Slant’ is very evident in this week’s professional football players map.  This per capita map is based on where the current active roster players went

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Geography with Goudge

This week the Northwest Bearcat Volleyball team is ranked #13 in the AVCA Coaches Top 25 Poll.  Washburn is ranked #1 followed by Angelo State #2, Metropolitan State #3 and then an Upper Midwest domination.  Four teams from the MIAA Conference are among the top 15 with Washburn, Nebraska Kearney #4, Central Missouri #7 and

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September 16, 2021

Presiding Commissioner Bill Walker called the meeting of the Nodaway County Commission to order at the commissioner’s office. In attendance: Bill Walker, Chris Burns, Scott Walk, associate commissioners and Melinda Patton, county clerk. Walk made a motion to approve the agenda as presented. The motion passed. Burns made a motion to approve prior commission minutes

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NCED hosts Market Street Pop-up Shop

The Market Street Pop-up Shop will host Pop Henry Kettle Corn starting at 11 am until it is sold out, Friday, September 24 at 408 North Market Street, Maryville. The pop-up shops are sponsored by Nodaway County Economic Development.

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Hopkins annexes ground into city limits

At the Hopkins City Council meeting, September 13, the ground known as 12119 Katy Road and 12048 State Highway 148 was annexed into the city. Ordinance #475 was read three times and approved. At this time, the property does not have sewer or water service. The council was not aware of any future plans to

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Maryville leaders hear from business owner

Prior to the September 13 Maryville City Council meeting, the Assistant City Manager Ryan Heiland led a special budget workshop which reviewed the Mozingo Recreation Fund budget for 2021-22. During the open meeting, the council attended to a variety of business items. Agenda item, citizens to be heard, saw Jennifer Gillespie, owner of LaChic, request

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United Way of Nodaway County Annual Campaign begins

The 2021-2022 United Way of Nodaway County annual campaign officially began September 1 with a monetary goal of $76,000. The funds will be used to help benefit the following nine Nodaway County partner agencies: The Ministry Center, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nodaway County, Nodaway County Community Building, Nodaway County School Nurses, Nodaway County 4-H

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White gets Skidmore council attention

Lou White submitted a list of questions and was given time at the September 9 Skidmore City Council meeting. White expressed her concerns and answers were given to her from the city council members, city attorney and city clerk. City Attorney Miles Figg said resident, Rick Stanton, had filed an appeal on one issue under

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