VFW Post 442 will meet beginning at 4 pm, Wednesday, March 1 at the Valk Building, Room 127 on the Northwest Missouri State University. For more information, contact Jeremy Cobb at 573.418.1671 or email@example.com.
NBA All-Star Players, 2023. The 72nd NBA All-Star Game was played Sunday, February 19th in Salt Lake City. 156 different players representing 29 states and 19 countries have made the All-Star roster since 2001. This map based on the players’ high school state indicates the eastern half of the country (in particular the southeastern quarter) stands
The Greater Maryville Chamber is excited to announce Jared Luke as its newest board director. After submitting a letter of interest, Luke was appointed to a one year term by the board at its January 19 annual membership meeting. The board seat was open following the December resignation of Gentry Martin with one year remaining
Hype Nutrition, located at 830 South Main, is the Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce February Business of the Month. Owned and operated by Reba Dyche, Hype Nutrition has been in business and a Chamber member for about a year and a half. Hype’s loyal customers appreciate its quality products and fast, friendly service, particularly its
The Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Governments (RCOG) is hosting the first gathering in a series of meetings focusing on the 5-year update for Nodaway County’s Multi-jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. The kickoff meeting will be held at 4 pm, Wednesday, March 1, at the Maryville Public Safety Building, located at 101 N. Vine, Maryville.
Nathan Stoner has been a volunteer coach for various Maryville Parks and Rec sports throughout the past seven years. On February 15 at the annual Missouri Parks and Rec Association conference at Tan-Tar-A, he was awarded with the MPRA Volunteer Coach of the Year. Missouri Parks and Rec celebrates and recognizes a stand-out coach yearly,
Heather Griffith has been the executive administrative assistant for the City of Maryville for five years. Now she will be transitioning into her new position; one that is totally new to the city of Maryville, community relations manager. This new position will be to provide professional level support, management and oversight to key programs and
Platte Valley Class 1 District Champs! 66-25 over Mound City on 2.25. The PV Girls will advance to sectionals to be played against King City at 7:45 pm, Tuesday, February 28 at the Civic Arena in St. Joe.
At the February 15 Nodaway County Health Center board meeting, the board listened to Nurse Educator Tabitha Frank, RN, talk about her taking advantage of the workforce contract under PHEP. She is going for her masters in nursing education from the Northwest Missouri State University fully accredited online program. The program will allow her to
Northwest Missouri State University is extending its commemoration of Black History Month into the month of March with the opening of an art exhibition and reception. Northwest’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts will present “Bias in America,” an exhibition of artwork produced by students and Art Club members that explore different forms of bias