The Nodaway County commissioners called on officeholders to become a committee to discuss the present salary schedule for all county employees and make a more fair and attractive wage plan. Commissioners Bill Walker, Chris Burns and Scott Walk, along with Prosecuting Attorney Caleb Phillips, Assessor Rex Wallace, Recorder of Deeds Lisa Nickerson, Public Administrator Dee
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. Thankfully Gobbled will be taking Thanksgiving turkey pre-orders on Monday, November 1. The pop-up shops are sponsored by Nodaway County Economic Development.
The city of Clearmont received its first payment from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 in the amount of $15,638.38. During its regular council meeting October 19, the council discussed Mayor Byron Clark’s upcoming meeting with the Nodaway County Commission to review how the city plans to use the ARPA money and to present
The Maryville Optimist Club held officer and member installations October 7 at the First Christian Church. Keith Fattig, governor-elect of the West District Missouri Optimists, installed the new officers. Marlin Kinman welcomed the group and gave his thanks for the opportunity to serve. Judge Roger Prokes was a special guest speaker as he reflected on
Members of the Maryville City Council engaged in a lengthy, and at times contentious, discussion surrounding the Tourism Committee during its regular meeting October 25. The discussion began with a request from council member Dannen Merrill to change the composition of the committee, expanding it from its current nine members to 11 members, with up
First responders from the Nodaway County Ambulance District, Sheriff’s Department, Missouri State Highway Patrol, Maryville Public Safety and Fire Department were honored at the October 22 Maryville High School Spoofhound football game. Firetrucks with flashing lights were parked at the north end of the stadium. Some of the players carried flags with the thin blue
Museum features paranormal happenings The Nodaway County Historical Society Museum, 110 North Walnut, Maryville, will have local author Jason Offutt share stories of legends and paranormal happenings in Nodaway County at 2 pm, Sunday, October 31. Offutt will sign his books which are available for purchase after the presentation. Also, the exhibits will be open
Skidmore Community Betterment is sponsoring a Halloween Trunk or Treat from 6 to 7 pm, Saturday, October 30 at the Skidmore Ballpark. Everyone is invited to set up a trunk or treat. SCB will provide hotdogs, marshmallows and candy apples.
The Nodaway Valley Thunder football team ended the regular season with a 22-6 loss to South Holt.
The Platte Valley boys placed second at the St. Joseph Christian Invitational held October 23 at Missouri Western State University while several other county runners also saw success. Gathered around their plaque are team members Logan Peery, Jacob Peery, Micah Wolf, Quentin Manship, Ethan Holtman and Justin Miller.