By Bridget Kenny, RN, BSN, community health nurse liason community outreach In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, we want to take a moment to share statistics, offer suggestions for ways to be kind to your mind and provide information for professional support. Nearly 300 mental disorders exist and range in severity from undetectable to
The Nodaway County Federated Republican Women and Men Associates will meet at 11:30 am, Thursday, June 2 at Pizza Ranch, Maryville. The guest speakers will be Associate Circuit Court Judge Robert Rice, Candidate Tina Dieter who is running for Nodaway County prosecutor and Circuit Clerk Elaine Wilson.
VFW Post 442 will meet at 4 pm, Wednesday, June 1 at the Maryville Treatment Center training facility. For directions or information, contact Jeremy at 573.418.1671.
Presiding Commissioner Bill Walker called the meeting of the Nodaway County Commission to order at the commissioner’s office. In attendance: Walker and Scott Walk, associate commissioner and Melinda Patton, county clerk. Walk made a motion to approve the agenda as presented. The motion passed. Walk made a motion to approve prior commission minutes dated 5/24/2022.
The Maryville City Council approved the first steps in the renovation of the city hall at their May 23 meeting. The council agreed to a contract with EL Crawford Construction LLC, St. Joseph, to renovate the north side of the top floor, reopening windows and creating new office space for $84,000. The 2021-22 budget for
The board leading the Maryville Parks and Recreation Department met for their monthly meeting May 16 to address the following business. • April 2022 financial report compared to April 2020 showed sales taxes continued to be strong, however the costs of supplies, maintenance repairs and labor have increased. Year-to-date revenues are up but expenses are
Four area schools are having summer library hours for their students. Northeast Nodaway’s summer theme is “Ride the Reading Coaster.” It started at the end of May. Mondays and Thursdays will be June 2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 23 and 27. Mondays are 1 to 3 pm; Thursdays are 3:30 to 5:30 pm. Children’s story
Burlington Jct. City Council members heard from Jon Shellhorn, Lamp Rynearson, Kansas City, who gave an update on the lagoon project during the May 10 meeting. Shellhorn presented three options on chlorine treatment for the lagoon. Option one was basic tablet chlorination that would cost less than $5,000 but maintenance would have to be done
The Nodaway County Sheriff’s Department DARE program applied for and received a $5,000 Rickard Trust grant. DARE Officer Cory McDonald showed Rickard Trustees Katy Gumm and Danielle Miller some of the supplies purchased for the next school year to be used at Northeast Nodaway, Jefferson, South Nodaway, Nodaway-Holt, West Nodaway, North Nodaway and Stanberry. McDonald
The Barnard Depot Museum, on Highway M, Barnard, will be open, 1 to 4 pm, Sunday, May 29. The museum is open the last Sunday of the month, May through September. To view the museum at other times or for more information, contact Mike Walker at 816.262.4814.