At the July 19 Nodaway County Health Center Board of Trustees meeting, the board waived the food establishment fees for the period beginning October 1 to September 30, 2024. The health center has waived the food establishment permit fees since 2020. Three van bids were reviewed. The bids considered were: Charles Smith, Pickering, for a
Farmers throughout the region are invited to join Northwest Missouri State University and its School of Agricultural Sciences in partnership with Cargill for a program, titled “Growing Success from the Ground Up.” The program begins at 9 a.m. Tuesday, August 1, at Northwest’s Agricultural Learning Center, located at 22893 US Highway 71 in Maryville. Seating
The Maryville Garden Club will meet at 6 pm, Tuesday, August 1 at the Null Farm, Maryville. It is a potluck.
Downtown Maryville announces that it has been awarded a Rural Business Development grant from the USDA in the amount of $50,642. This grant is a testament to the remarkable efforts and dedication of community members, local businesses and the Downtown Maryville board in fostering economic growth and enhancing the quality of life in the heart of
The Platte Valley Junior High Football team started a camp on July 25 in Barnard as the season draws closer.
Top 50 Hot Dog Eaters, 2023 What better activity for the dog days of summer than a hot dog eating contest? It is now considered, a professional sport. Major League Eating (MLE) is the world body that oversees all professional eating contests. MLE holds approximately 70 events annually, including the Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July
The West Nodaway Food Pantry will be 4 to 6 pm, Tuesdays, August 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 at the First Christian Church, corner of Third and Ballard Streets, Burlington Jct. The food drop is at 4:30 pm, Wednesdays, August 9, 16 and 23. Numbers are given out and it is first come, first
The 10 and under team’s season record was 14-16-1. They took first in the VIP Beach Blast and second in the VIP Firecracker. See all the Trojanette teams on Page 14 of the NNL.
Members of the Nodaway County Senior Citizens Senate and the Maryville Rotary Club met for a photo of the $2,000 gift from the Rotarians to the Senior Center July 19. Presidents Carolyn Franks and Skye Pournazari represented each group with the passing of the check. Rotarians held their weekly meeting after the presentation and the
The Mosaic Medical Center- Maryville is closing the main cafeteria for renovations and updates in the kitchen Monday, July 31 through Tuesday, August 8. The hot food line or hot box items will not be available. The salad bar, cooler items and beverages will remain open. There will be alternative food truck options available for