The American Legion Post #528 will hold a freewill donation breakfast from 8 am to noon, Sunday, January 1, 2023 at the AL Post. The menu includes pancakes, biscuits and gravy, eggs made to order, bacon, sausage, coffee and orange juice.
The City of Maryville is providing two locations for the disposal of real Christmas trees. Trees will be accepted until Tuesday, January 9 at the City of Maryville’s Street Garage, located at Second Street and North Newton Street, or the lower parking lot behind city hall, at 415 North Market Street. Please remove all lights,
The Nodaway Valley Boys and Girls Basketball Teams played North Platte in the Twelve Courts of Christmas action at Hy-Vee Arena December 19. The boys won 53 – 30, while the girls fell 51 – 64.
The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks 760 gave $4,000 to Santa Cops for Kids at the December 6 meeting. Attending the presentation were, front: Corporal Shadoe Miller, Nodaway County Sheriff Department; Elks Exalted Ruler James Richardson; Ian Myers, Maryville Public Safety; Trooper Anthony Kempa, Missouri State Highway Patrol; Sergeant Jeremy Staples, and behind him, Sergeant
New Year’s Six Bowl Players, 2022-23 “This week’s major college football map features the 1,505 players by hometowns from the 12 teams that play in the New Year’s Six (NY6) bowl games. This group includes the Cotton, Fiesta, Orange, Peach, Rose and Sugar Bowls, representing college teams from 12 different states. The leading states include
Downtown Maryville announced the Christmas window display contest winners. Winner of the People’s Choice award was Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Governments. They are, front: Amy Dowis, Rita Wallinga, Leah Powers; back: Sarah Prickett, Kim Mildward, Jessie Smock, Cheyenne Murphy and Jerri Dearmont. Not pictured is Steve Houts.The lights are at 116 West Third Street.
The Platte Valley Boys and Girls Basketball Teams traveled to Mound City on December 20 for road match-ups. The boys won 54 – 36, while the girls came away with a 47 – 20 win.
The Nodaway News Leader invited several citizens again this year to provide their view of the past year. This week and the next we will print penned essays from their varied points of view, which should prove interesting to our readers.
Jim Gipe, 96, Grant City, formerly of Elmo, died Tuesday, December 27, 2022, at Orilla’s Way. He was born June 11, 1926, in Burlington Jct., to Clarence Edward and Rosa Belle Tillman Gipe. He attended Burlington Jct High School. On January 16, 1949, he married Bonnie Jean McIntyre in Elmo. Mr. Gipe served in the
Vincent Richard Sullivan, 78, Conception, died Sunday, December 25, 2022, at the University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, KS. He was born January 9, 1944, in Maryville, to Alfred E. Sullivan and Ruth C. Wonderly Sullivan. He graduated from Jefferson High School, Conception Jct. and lived his entire life in the Nodaway County area.