Northwest Missouri State University is mourning today after learning of the passing of one of its students. Lonnae Young, a junior psychology major from Lee’s Summit died unexpectedly this morning at SSM Health St. Francis Hospital in Maryville. An autopsy is planned. Young was a resident assistant on the second floor of Dieterich Hall and
The Maryville City Council held a brief meeting on February 12 to authorize the city’s financial proceedings. The meeting was due to a cancelation of the regularly scheduled February 11 meeting. Other city business for the council to consider was held over to the next regular meeting, Monday, February 25.
The Bearcat men’s basketball team is ranked first in the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) rankings. This proportional symbol map indicates that the core or heartland of basketball runs from the Northeast through the Carolinas. The Bearcats are the only undefeated men’s team across all divisions of basketball. They have four remaining conference games
The Northeast Nodaway R-V Board of Education selected Brenda Dougan as the 2019-20 school superintendent and she will begin her duties on July 1. Dougan has been in education for 26 years with 12 years in administration. She has been employed at Ridgeway R-V since 2014 and is currently serving as superintendent. She has a
The Burlington Jct. City Council gathered around the map during its February 12 meeting to look at the possible streets for spring and summer improvements. Mayor Justin Plymell and council members recognized the street crew for their snow plowing efforts. Also noted was the Nodaway Township crew for their hauling away of snow from town.
By Kathryn Rice With technological advances being built into the items consumers buy, Northwest Technical School’s automotive technology class has incorporated the tech needed to repair today’s vehicles. Steve Holtman, instructor, explained some of the new machines and tools available for his students’ learning experiences. The newest machine uses computerized alignment with a camera-targeted system
The West Nodaway Board of Education selected Mitch Barnes as the 6-12 principal for the 2019-20 school year during its February 7 meeting. Barnes is currently serving as 7-12 principal at Braymer School District, a position he has held for 10 years. Also at Braymer, he served as K-12 principal and interim superintendent. Originally from Trenton,
Robert William “Bob” McCrory, 84, Maryville, formerly of Mound City, died Tuesday, February 12, 2019, at the Cameron Medical Center. Services will be at 1 pm, Saturday, February 16 at the First Christian Church, Mound City. The family will gather with friends one hour prior to the service at the church. Memorials may be made
Jeff Keever, 49, Gladstone, died Friday, January 18, 2019, at Redwood of Carmel Hills. A graveside service will be at a later date at the Quitman Cemetery, Quitman. Condolences may be sent to Dan and Connie Keever, 1304 NE 65th Street, Gladstone, MO 64118.
June Marie Cowan, 74, Burlington Jct., died Monday, February 11, 2019, at SSM Health St. Francis Hospital, Maryville. Services will be at 2 pm, Friday, February 15 at the First Christian Church, Burlington Jct. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery, Clearmont. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the