The Second Harvest Community Food Pantry will send a Fresh Mobile Pantry to Barnard beginning at 10 am until supplies are gone, Thursday, February 3 on Fourth Street. The food pantry is open to the general public.
The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Nodaway County Economic Development for a new Local Love campaign. Now through February 13, shoppers can snap a selfie, tag your business, NCED and the Chamber for a chance to win a gift basket put together from local businesses. The basket giveaway will be on Monday,
The Skidmore City Council met in open and closed sessions January 13 to handle the following city business. Resident Kim Fetterer presented an idea to have welcome signs to promote small businesses in Skidmore. This would be in addition to current Skidmore signs. The new signs would be metal and allow business owners to promote
VFW Post 442 will meet at 4 pm, Wednesday, February 2 in Room 127 of the Valk Building on the Northwest Missouri State University campus. If interested in finding out more or how to join VFW, contact Jeremy Cobb at firstname.lastname@example.org or 573.418.1671.
The Maryville City Council heard initial plans for the $200,000 Façade Improvement Grant Program during its January 24 meeting. City Manager Greg McDanel presented a draft plan after council members approved allocating $200,000 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds in December. The program would be for commercial, public and mixed-use improvements with allowable uses