The Horace Mann College High will hold an alumni banquet Saturday, October 30 at the Eagle Lodge, 29997 US Highway 71, south of Maryville. For more information, call Bob McGinness at 660.541.0547 or Karen Tunnel Farrens at 660.853.8056.
Sherilyn Lance, Barnard, brought a bunch of toys for the Toys for Tots of Nodaway County campaign to the Nodaway News Leader office. She also renewed her subscription and took advantage of the $5 credit the News Leader offers with the donation. The NNL will accept toys until Tuesday, December 21. Monetary donations are also accepted at the office at
The University of Missouri Extension will offer a three-night webinar series on “Establishing and Maintaining Food Plots for Wildlife.” The series, which runs from 7 to 8:30 pm, October 26 through 28, is intended to help landowners design, establish and maintain food plots for deer, turkey and other wild game. Topics include planting and site
Maryville Public Safety Officer Josh McMillen applied for and received a Gladys Rickard Charitable Trust grant for $5,832. The grant was used to purchase water rescue equipment to expand Public Safety’s search and rescue capabilities. The equipment will help to keep the rescuers safer during water rescue operations and training sessions. Purchased were two Extractor
The Market Street Pop-up Shop will host the following vendors starting at 11 am, until each is sold out at 408 North Market Street, Maryville. Sweet Country Creations with coco bombs, will be Monday, October 25, Angie Cakes Wednesday, October 27, Good News Bakery, Fridays, October 22 and October 29, and Insignia Love, Friday, October
‘I would not change you for the world…but I will change the world for you.’ Members of Mosaic Medical Center-Maryville, Maryville Parks and Recreation, Lions Club International, and the Michael Baumgartner family joined together October 9, to re-dedicate that name and purpose of the playground outside of MMC-M Outpatient Therapy. The park will now be
Other activities throughout Homecoming week include the annual canned art contest, a photo contest, a blood drive and the Homecoming Variety Show. Student organizations will compete in the 14th Annual Donation Creation Contest formerly known as the Canned Art Contest Sunday, October 24, in the Student Union. The displays will remain in the Student Union
Area children and their families are invited to trick-or-treat in Northwest Missouri State University residence halls from 6 to 8 pm, Tuesday, October 26. Families should begin at Hudson and Perrin halls, located on University Drive just north of the campus’ main entrance on Fourth Street, or The Station, located on Northwest Drive adjacent to
Skidmore’s city-wide cleanup is scheduled from Sunday, October 24 to Saturday, October 30.
Runners from Nodaway Valley and Platte Valley participated in the West Platte Invitational October 16 at Platte Ridge Park. Thunder sophomore Riley Blay finished first in the boy’s race with a time of 16:44.9.