Jerry and Sharon Hopper visited the Pickering City Council meeting on January 7 with questions about the Volner property they have purchased. The Hoppers have begun cleanup on the roughly three city lots they purchased. Plans include removal of the house currently standing and building a new one. City Clerk Milt Sovereign explained the sewer
SSM Health St. Francis Hospital welcomed Andre Hernandez as the New Year’s baby on Wednesday, January 2. He was born to Elizabeth Mills and Eric Hernandez, Maryville, and joins big sister, Nova, who is one.
On December 17, the Mozingo Advisory Board discussed possible plans for the RV park expansion. Board members present were Dan Billings, Jim Adwell, Floyd Hook, Todd Stagner, Bob Cooper, Sarah Graham, Robert Phillips and Mackenzie Adamson. Michelle Drake was absent. New officers selected were President Michelle Drake and Vice President Bob Cooper. The RV park
At the December 18 Clearmont City Council meeting, the leaders decided to open a city maintenance worker position and speak to several city issues. The water and sewer report was presented by Kristy Snodderley. She noted the water usage was 265,300 gallons. Community Services contacted her about a delinquent water bill and reported that organization
After the events of the past week, it’s safe to say winter is moving in. For the Missouri Department of Transportation, that means most major construction projects have finished or been put on hold until the weather warms up and our maintenance crews may be pulled away from their planned road projects for inclement weather.
The City of Maryville’s fall yard waste burning period of October 24 to November 6 has been extended by the city council. Due to recent rain and snow, the burn period has been extended through December 18. Materials permitted to be burned include leaves, small twigs and grass clippings, which can be burned from dawn until
A Barnard man will serve time in the Missouri Department of Corrections after pleading guilty to child molestation and sexual abuse charges. Roger W. Westcott, 60, pleaded guilty on November 5 before Judge Roger Prokes in the 4th Circuit Court in Nodaway County. He will serve two years in the DOC on two charges, Class
Nodaway County Prosecuting Attorney Robert (Bob) L. Rice is asking people with first-hand information on the death of a Hopkins family’s pet dog that occurred in April to contact the Nodaway County Sheriff’s Department at 660.582.7451. “A witness that initially claimed knowledge of the persons involved with killing the dog later recanted in court,” Rice
A Burlington Jct. man has been charged with statutory sodomy and endangering the welfare of a child. Emmett S. Bates, 30, was arraigned October 2 in the Fourth Circuit Court in Nodaway County before Judge Douglas Thomson, facing charges filed September 27 of Felony Statutory Sodomy or Attempted Statutory Sodomy – Deviate Sexual Intercourse –
Three men have been charged with multiple felonies in conjunction with the Maryville Hy-Vee gas station ATM burglary in January of this year. Charges were filed on August 21 by Nodaway County Prosecutor Robert Rice against Joel M. Hale, Fairfax, Joshua M. Vance, Gardner, KS, and Phillip R. Wood, Kansas City. They each face the