The Elmo United Methodist Church will hold its 73rd Lord’s Acre with dinner at 11:30 am, Saturday, October 29. The menu includes ham balls, pork tenderloin, mashed potatoes, noodles, turnips, corn, green beans, salads and pie. Adults are $12; children ages five to 12 are $6. The auction begins at 1 pm with Auctioneer Col.
Parkdale Manor is sponsoring a Trunk or Treat from 11 am to 1 pm, Saturday, October 29. There will be treats, tricks, music and games.
A Sip and Thrift will be held 9 am to 1 pm, Saturday, October 29 at Something Borrowed, First and Main Streets, Maryville.
By Morgan Guyer The Spoofhounds routed Lafayette 8-0 on October 20 at Bearcat Pitch to capture the MEC soccer title. The game started as many have this season for Maryville, with a goal from Kason Teale. The junior midfielder slotted home the opener just four minutes into the contest, and helped set the tone for
This week’s edition of the Nodaway News Leader features information about the November 8 General Election. The Missouri Secretary of State has provided “plain language” for each of the ballot’s issues which should allow the voter to better understand what a “Yes” or “No” vote will mean. Nodaway County Clerk Melinda Patton has submitted a reminder for
The Mozingo Advisory Board approved proposed rate increases to golf, camping and cabin prices at the Mozingo Lake Recreation Park during the October 17 meeting. Golf Golf supplies’ costs have increased. Chemicals have increased 30 to 100 percent. Sand has increased 20 percent. Proposed Sechrest 18 Daily Rates • 18 holes – Student and seniors,
Several county recorders of deeds gathered at the Nodaway County Administration Center for their fall Northwest District meeting. Those attending and the county they represent were front: JoAnn Marshall, Dekalb; Gloria Boyer, Platte; Barbara Foland, Worth; back: Jane McKinsey, Daviess; Julie Hill, Caldwell; Dana Baker, Clinton; Lisa Nickerson, Nodaway, who serves as co-chair and Chanler
Northwest Missouri State University’s 2022-23 Visiting Writers Series continues Thursday, October 27, with a night of readings by a Colorado-based couple. The event featuring Matthew Cooperman and Aby Kaupang begins at 7 pm in the JW Jones Student Union Living Room. It is free and open to the public. “A reading is a place where
All registered voters will be welcomed to the polls November 8 to mark their General Election ballot. Voters will be required to show a valid government-issued photo ID such as a Missouri drivers license, a US passport, a military ID or a Missouri nondriver license. Those who are registered to vote but do not have
Melinda Patton, Nodaway County clerk, reported her office will be open from 8 am to noon, Saturday, November 5 for any registered voter to vote an absentee ballot. The office is located in the County Administration Center, 403 North Market, Maryville. Voters should bring proper identification, such as a driver’s license, non-driver’s picture ID, or