The Nodaway Chorale will launch its spring rehearsal season at 7 pm, Monday, February 5, at First Christian Church, Third and Buchanan Streets, Maryville. Rehearsals, in preparation for an April concert, will continue each Monday from 7 to 9 pm at the same location. The Nodaway Chorale is a non-profit, non-audition, secular mixed voice chorus
“Living a Healthy Life with Diabetes,” an evidence-based program designed to teach strategies for managing diabetes, will be offered via Zoom beginning Wednesday, February 7. The program consists of seven, 2.5-hour classes that will be held from 12:30 to 3 pm. Classes will continue through March 20. The classes are free, and each participant will
At the January 22 Maryville City Council meeting, the council approved the purchase of additional vehicles and equipment for the Maryville Police Department. A contract with ESU Pursuits, Junction City, KS, was accepted for the purchase of two 2023 Ford Police Interceptor SUV AWD patrol vehicles. The quote for each vehicle is $46,800, plus a
Black History Month celebration at Northwest to feature movie screening, trivia night, guest performers
Northwest Missouri State University’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion will celebrate Black History Month by hosting activities, including a movie night, a trivia night and guest performers. “The importance of all the different heritage months that we celebrate is to spread information and knowledge of different cultures that we have around our campus,” Latonya Davis,
Presiding Commissioner Bill Walker called the meeting of the Nodaway County Commission to order at the commissioner’s office. In attendance: Walker, Chris Burns and Scott Walk, associate commissioners and Melinda Patton, county clerk. Burns made a motion to approve the agenda as presented. The motion passed. Walk made a motion to approve prior commission minutes
NFL All-Pro Players, 2019-2023 “As the NFL prepared for the Conference Championship games this past weekend, the 2023 AP (Associated Press) NFL All-Pro Team was announced. This week’s map looks at the last five years of All-Pro players (214 total) based on where they went to high school. The ‘Best of the Best’ hailed, in
At the January 17 Nodaway County Senior Citizens Senate, Inc. meeting, the board approved $7 meals for over 60 years of age and $9 meals for 59 years and under. These prices will go into effect Thursday, February 15. The main focus of the meeting was financial with the board noting the need to raise
Jefferson National Honor Society is hosting a Souper Bowl of Caring where the students will collect food the last week of January and first two weeks of February. Food will be donated to the Ministry Center in Stanberry.
Second Harvest Community Food Bank will have a food drop from 9 am until supplies run out, Tuesday, January 30 in the parking lot at the First United Methodist Church, 102 North Main.
The Platte Valley Boys Basketball team beat Mound City 63-48 on January 23 in Dearborn. Additional photos can be found on Page 17 of this week’s NNL.