The U.S. Men’s National Soccer team has begun to play for World Cup 2022 in Qatar. This map displays the hometowns of the players that will represent the United States in this international competition. The team consists of 26 players. And, is dominated by large urban areas, on the east and west coast. Along with
Makers’ Monday and the lighting of Maryville’s downtown will usher in the Christmas spirit on Monday, November 28. The event will begin at 4 to 7 pm, with several pop-up shops of local home-based businesses offering their wares and services in the Northside Mall, Meyer Automotive and A Step Ahead Dance Studio. Then at
Northwest Missouri State University will host its annual Holiday Tree Lighting Tuesday, November 29, at the Memorial Bell Tower and invites the community to join the celebration of joy and gratitude. The program, which begins at 5:15 pm, includes remarks from Northwest Interim President Dr. Clarence Green, students of diverse religious traditions and music performed
Conception Abbey and Tri-C Partners 4 Progress are planning once again to help families in northwest Missouri in need during this year’s celebration of #GivingTuesday, occurring this year on November 29. #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy to kick off the
More athletes from Nodaway County have been given post-season awards. Soccer The Maryville Spoofhound Soccer Team had several players receive MEC All-Conference honors. Juniors Jaxson Staples, Kason Teale, Boyd Gallaher and Senior Truett Haer were named to the first team. Seniors Marcus Henggeler and Quinn Pettlon were named to the second team, and Senior Gabe
The Northwest Missouri Cooperative Mental Health Board of Trustees decided on leadership positions at their November 17 meeting. The positions are Anglea Brook, chair, Holt County; Judy Hood, vice-chair, Holt County; Sarah Marsh, secretary, Nodaway County and Julia Schmitz, treasurer, Nodaway County. Other activities of the gathering will be in a future article.
High school band students from several county schools attended the festival from the 275 Conference at Northwest Missouri State. After a day of workshops and learning opportunities, they performed in the Mary Linn Performing Arts Center. Dr. Katy Strickland was the director.
The Skidmore Food Pantry will be from 4 to 6 pm, Tuesday, November 29 and Wednesday, November 30 at Newton Hall, Skidmore. Participants are asked to line up coming down the street. Senior boxes of food will be available for those who have signed up. Seniors can also sign up to receive future boxes.
The Nodaway Holt Fourth grade class completed the Mosaic eight week Fourth Grade Challenge. At the beginning, the students receive a logbook to track their activities. The participants are given weekly challenges. When they meet minimum requirements, the students are given a prize. At the end of the eight weeks, the schools with good class
Shoe Sensation, 1412 South Main Street, Maryville, is collecting socks for the seventh annual socks for troops and veterans. The Maryville Shoe Sensation will be donating the socks to the Cameron’s Veterans Home. The store has military approved socks for customers to purchase and donate in-store. Customers will receive 20 percent off the socks purchased