By Morgan Guyer Maryville’s Colin Hoffmann comes from a family of golfers. His dad golfs. His mom golfs. His grandfather golfed. Now he is doing it quite successfully, and has qualified to play in the 12 age group at the US Kids Golf World Championship from August 3-5 in Pinehurst, NC. Hoffmann will get the
The Maryville Rotary Club is sponsoring their annual golf tourney Friday, September 29 at Mozingo Lake Golf Course. The event will have a shotgun start at 12:30 pm with a “grab ‘n go” box lunch included in the golfer’s fees. Proceeds from the annual golf tourney help in funding several scholarships of Nodaway County students,
The Maryville Public Library is currently accepting donations for The Ministry Center food pantry through the end of August. The Ministry Center is in need of canned peas, canned peaches, cereal, laundry soap, bottled water, cake mixes, crackers and bar soap. Donations can be left in the boxes in the north lobby of the library
Nodaway County’s agriculture future was on display during the 4-H/FFA show in mid-July. The ‘Print Exclusive’ 3-page feature of the Youth Livestock Show can be found only in the NNL on pages 21-23.
Dorothy Peter Culp and Marian John Everhart are the Skidmore Punkin Show Grand Marshals. They will preside over the “Jumpin Frogs and Smokin’ Hogs” parade which begins at 11 am, July 29. Registration is at 10:30 at the tent by the state barn. Culp recently celebrated her
Habitat for Humanity of Nodaway County will celebrate the new owners of its next home during a dedication ceremony at 5:30 pm, Friday, July 28. The new home is located at 222 N. Sanders St. in Maryville, and the ceremony is open to the public. Habitat for Humanity of Nodaway County named Lisa and Waylon
North District Commissioner Chris Burns called the meeting of the Nodaway County Commission to order at the commissioner’s office. In attendance: Burns and Scott Walk, associate commissioner andMelinda Patton, county clerk. Walk made a motion to approve the agenda as presented. The motion passed. Burns made a motion to approve prior commission minutes dated 7/20/23. The
At the July 11 SB40 Board meeting, it was decided the next quarterly meeting will be held at NOCOMO Industries, 319 South Newton, Maryville with the St. Gregory Church’s meeting room as a backup location. One item of business was tabled until the 6 pm, Tuesday, October 10 meeting. At this meeting, the SB40 Board
A Memory Cafe will be held for caregivers from 10 to 11:15 am, Friday, July 28 at the First United Methodist Church, 102 North Main Street, Maryville. It is for those who are caring for a loved one with memory loss to help the caregiver find support. It is free and open to the public.
Departmental reports were presented at the July 17 Maryville Parks and Recreation Board meeting. Recreation Supervisor Kristy McLain. Sand volleyball has ended, and coed softball play continues on Tuesday and Thursday nights. MPR is also preparing for fall youth baseball and fall youth soccer. Events and Marking Bailey Fergison. Post interactions on Facebook are up 20 percent.