Thompson addresses Hopkins City Council

At the December 2 Hopkins City Council meeting, Hopkins resident Steve Thompson addressed the council about a $408.79 water and sewer bill he paid on one of his rental properties located at 802 West Roseberry. The tenants, who vacated the premises in September, left owing the city for the bill, along with debts to Thompson

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Democrats to meet

The Nodaway County Democrats’ meeting will be from 6 to 8 pm, Monday, December 9 at the Wesley Student Center, 549 West Fourth Street, Maryville. For more information, contact Elyssa Ford at NodawayCountyDems@gmail.com.

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Beebusters to meet

The Northwest Missouri Beebusters’ monthly meeting is from 7 to 9 pm, Monday, December 9 at the Nodaway County Ambulance building, 103 Carefree Drive, Maryville. Anyone who is interested in bees is welcome to attend. For more information, visit the Northwest Missouri Beebusters Facebook page.

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Christmas cooking with love

Duryea carries on southern traditions with her pies By Kathryn Rice Janis Duryea brings her love of baking and family traditions together every time she bakes a pie. This Tulsa, OK, native was transplanted to Maryville nine years ago. She brings good memories of eating pie with her dad, who just turned 95, her mother,

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4th District AL to meet

The American Legion Fourth District will hold a meeting Sunday, December 8 at Post 315 in Burlington Jct. The meeting will begin at 1:30 pm with a meal that will be followed by the oratorical contest.

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Maryville council receives dollars from MIRMA

During the November 25 Maryville City Council meeting, Municipal Interlocal Risk Management Association (MIRMA) Loss Control Specialist Jeff Arp presented Maryville Public Safety with $2,925 to purchase a dash cam through a safety grant from the self-insurance pool. Other business included: • A resolution authorized a lot split located at Lot 21 at The Summit,

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Pickering council works for city improvements

At the December 2 Pickering City Council meeting, the council discussed areas in town in which they are attempting to make improvements. Mayor Charles Smith had once again talked to the resident who has a sewer line running above ground. The lady is by herself and has no children living in the area. She also

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