By Morgan Guyer The Platte Valley Boys Basketball Team faced off against South Holt on February 27 at Jefferson High School, and came away with a 69-57 sectional victory. Both teams started well on the offensive side of the floor, as they traded buckets early for a high scoring start. Platte Valley led 20-16 after
The Maryville R-II School District announced the appointment of Michelle Green as the new Eugene Field Elementary School Principal. With a wealth of experience and a commitment to educational excellence, Green brings a great perspective to the Maryville community. Green and husband, Dr. Clarence Green, are longtime residents of Maryville and supporters of our schools.
The St. Joseph Catholic Church Fish Fry will be from 5 to 7:30 pm, Friday, March 1 in the handicap accessible basement. The freewill donation fry menu includes fish, baked potato, baked beans, green beans, cole slaw, lettuce salad, dinner roll and desserts.
By Morgan Guyer The Platte Valley Girls Basketball Team defeated St. Joseph Christian, 41-28, in front of a packed-house at Jefferson High School on February 26. Coming into the game against St. Joseph Christian, Platte Valley beat Nodaway Valley 45-41 on February 23 to capture the district title. Platte Valley has been without one of
Don’t miss this Print-Exclusive Feature Article by Morgan Guyer, which can be found on Page A11 in the Career & Technical Education Special Edition of the NNL. Mia Roush, a Maryville native, has been enrolled in classes at North Central Missouri College, Trenton, since her sophomore year in high school.She has already completed several hours
Norma L. “Tillie” Snyder, 91, Barnard, died Thursday, February 22, 2024. She was born July 25, 1932, in Skidmore, to Frank and Minnie Hitchcock Messner. She attended school in Graham, and was a lifelong Northwest Missouri resident. On June 19, 1949, she married Billy Snyder. He preceded her in death in 2004, after 55 years
The Burlington Jct. City Council hears a lagoon report about breaking up the sludge at the bottom. City Manager Jo Anna Marriott gave the financial report. All the bank accounts were reconciled for January. She reported that the city’s profit and loss report reflects a total net income of $29,558.60 for January. Council member Martha Greeley
Habitat for Humanity of Nodaway County invites all individuals and families interested in purchasing a home or who want to learn more about Habitat for Humanity to attend its upcoming informational meetings. The meetings are open to the public and no reservations are required. The informational meetings are designed to give interested people the information
The Nodaway County Ambulance District Board met on February 14 to discuss district business. Bryan Sobotka, Jackson Township Rescue Squad member, was in attendance to ask the board and administration for stress and mental health support for the rescue volunteers in the county. He volunteered to help set up a program to assist the volunteers
Three of the political parties that are active in Missouri will have their parties’ faithful to decide who will be the preferred presidential candidate for the state. The Republican caucus for Nodaway County will be Saturday, March 2 in the Nodaway County Administration Center. The doors will be open at 8 am and will close