The Lisa Lane neighborhood in Maryville celebrated its 46th annual parade on July 4. The parade featured a fire truck from Maryville Public Safety, and numerous walkers and bikers.
The Nodaway News Leader’s 10th Annual Photo Contest had 50 entries in the two age divisions that were judged by three photographers plus a Facebook contest. Timothy Westfall, a Maryvillian who travels throughout the world with his job, entered a photo of the National Cemetery at Pearl Harbor, HI entitled “Rainbow over Punchbowl” in the 18 and
U.S. Players at Wimbledon, 2023 fortnight of Wimbledon is upon us (July 3 – July 16). The oldest tennis tournament in the world was first played in 1877. This map displays the hometowns of the 50 tennis players from the United States (31 Women and 19 Men) who are competing in this year’s Wimbledon Tennis
At the Nodaway County Senior Citizens Senate meeting, June 21, Administrator Amie Firavich announced the senior center had a contract with Keller Construction, St. Joseph to mill the parking lot, put a two-inch asphalt overlay, paint the parking stripes and include the alley. The bid is for $80,000 and the parking lot will be completed
The Spoofhound Wrestling Camp, July 27-28, is for all school-aged youth and will be held at Maryville High School. The first day, for children first through sixth grades, will accept registrations from 3:15 to 3:45 with the camp being from 4 to 6 pm. The July 28 will be for youth grades seven through 12.
At the June 20 Clearmont City Council meeting, the leaders spoke to possible new water meters. After some discussion, it was decided to have a special meeting before next month to get more detailed information over the procedure of getting new water meters. The city staff will also be going around and checking on the
The Missouri State legislature passed bill RSMO 573.550 requiring public libraries to certify to the Secretary of State that it has policies in place to prevent youths under 18 from accessing obscene materials at public libraries. The policies must be submitted to the Secretary of State’s office by Monday, July 31 for the library to
The Maryville Tourism Committee met June 21 for the first time since March 15. New at-large committee member Mike Zech was introduced to other board members. La Chic Salon Owner Jennifer Gillespie addressed the group about the plight of small businesses dealing with inflation, higher prizes and gas prices. She said small businesses are
Organizers of the 2023 Nodaway County 4-H and FFA Livestock Show and Sale, July 12 – 13, invite all who support agriculture to their events held at the Community Building. The livestock shows begin at 8 am, Wednesday, July 12 and continue until the Premium Supper and Sale at 5 pm, Thursday, July 13. Livestock
The cast of “Death by Dessert” is preparing to present the play at 7 pm, Thursday, July 6, Friday, July 7 and Saturday, July 8. There is also a matinee at 2 pm, Saturday, July 8.