The West Nodaway School district held a Be Alert® Stop Trafficking Project presentation given by Russ Tuttle, president and founder. The presentation was held in two sessions. A frank discussion with parents and others was held on December 7, followed by an assembly with the students on December 8. The project was started in 2017
Northwest Missouri State University has announced winter break hours for community members at the Carl and Cheryl Hughes Fieldhouse. The Hughes Fieldhouse will open from 9 am to 3 pm, December 22-23, December 26-30 and January 3-4. Access to the facility at these times is free and available to individuals of all ages; children under
Due to illness, the West Nodaway Elementary winter concert for grades three through five, Wednesday, December 15 and winter band concert for grades six through 12, Thursday, December 16 have been postponed until further notice.
The Northeast Nodaway Student Council is sponsoring an Adopt-A-Teacher program through January 10, 2022. A wish list is available online for purchase and may be shipped directly to the school. Student council members will deliver the donations to the teachers. For more information about the program, contact Student Council Sponsor Melissa Trickel at email@example.com.
CFP Player Origins, 2021 The CFP or College Football Playoff teams for the 2021 season have now been determined. They are Alabama, Cincinnati, Georgia and Michigan. This player production map is based on where the 522 CFP players attended high school. There is no surprise that the map indicates a strong regional affiliation with the
At the December 6 Pickering City Council meeting, City Clerk Milt Sovereign said there are two aldermen and one mayoral positions open on the April 5, 2022, election ballot. City residents will also be voting on the $1 per $100 assessed valuation street tax levy. This must be approved every three years and is not
Presiding Commissioner Bill Walker called the meeting of the Nodaway County Commission to order at the commissioner’s office. In attendance: Walker, Chris Burns and 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
At the December 6 Hopkins City Council meeting, Randy Beason signed his oath of office to fill the remainder of the late Jess Everhart’s term. Discussion was held on reorganizing the city council. It was decided to have Beason take over Everhart’s positions. Beason will be president of the board and serve on the finance
The Sheridan Country Western Music Show is from 6 to 9 pm, every Tuesday evening at the community building in Sheridan. December dates are Tuesday, December 14, 21 and 28. It is a freewill offering. Walk-on musicians are welcomed.
On December 7, Samantha Raasch, founder of One Act, received a donation of $8,200 from Amanda Twaddle of the 10 Squared Women organization. One Act provides hygiene supplies to 12 area schools as well as underwear, socks and pants to elementary schools when needed. Twaddle said this was an opportunity for the mothers, grandmothers, aunts