The Nodaway County Health Department Board of Trustees met December 8 and December 15 to finalize the 2022 budget. At the December 8 meeting, Administrator Tom Patterson went over a rough draft of the proposed budget for the board to consider. Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville President Nate Blackford shared current happenings at the hospital,
The Maryville Spoofhounds traveled to Mound City on December 21 where the girls team defeated the Panthers, 65-20, and the boys team fell in a tight one, 58-54.
By Jacki Wood A mix of Maryville High and Northwest Missouri State students, local residents and out-of-town working professionals have united to form the Maryville Mutineers, Maryville’s first official paintball team. “Creating an official paintball team was always a part of the business plan when starting this company,” Chelsey Clark, The Fields Paintball co-owner, said.
Due to the recent weather event, the City of Maryville will allow open burning through January 1. Materials permitted to be burned include leaves, small twigs and grass clippings. Section 230.065 of the Maryville Municipal Code states: “All open burning shall have as its primary source of extinguishing equipment a water hose of not less
The City of Maryville is providing two locations for the disposal of real Christmas trees. Trees will be accepted until Tuesday, January 18 at the City of Maryville’s Street Garage, located at Second Street and North Newton Street, or the lower parking lot behind city hall, at 415 North Market Street. Trees will not be
Santa rode into Maitland on the firetruck December 18. He stopped at the Maitland firehouse to hear the children’s wish lists and hand out candy to each child. The event was sponsored by the Graham Lions Club and Maitland Rural Fire Protection District. Among the families who attended were Chris, Kinley, Haydn and April Salinas
The Nodaway Valley basketball teams hosted Mound City on December 17 at Burlington Jct. The Thunder girls team defeated the Panthers, 58-36, while the boys team lost 77-40.
Presiding Commissioner Bill Walker called the meeting of the Nodaway County Commission to order at the commissioner’s office. In attendance: Present: Walker, Chris Burns and Scott Walk, associate commissioners and Melinda Patton, county clerk. Burns made a motion to approve the agenda as presented. The motion passed. Burns made a motion to approve prior commission
Randy Duane McCollam, 64, Burlington Jct., died Monday, December 20, 2021, at the Missouri Baptist Hospital in St. Louis. He was born July 29, 1957, in Kansas City, to Duane and Geneva Dawson McCollam. He graduated from West Nodaway High School in Burlington Jct. Mr. McCollam was a farmer his whole life. He worked at
Norma Louise Long Clark, 85, Ruskin, FL, formerly of Maryville, died Wednesday, December 15, 2021, at the LifePath Hospice in Ruskin. She was born July 23, 1936, in Sheridan, to Loyd Jay and Lillie Viola West Long. She graduated from Grant City High School, Grant City, in 1954. She received a bachelor’s degree in elementary