The Maryville Spoofhounds hosted the 2022 MEC track championships May 3. The boys team earned the championship with 209 points while the girls team finished fourth with 117 points.
The Northeast Nodaway R-V School District has hired Heidi Beatty as principal for the 2022-23 school year. Beatty has been the assistant principal for the last year, and prior to that, she taught third grade for nine years. She replaces Jason McDowell who is leaving to serve as principal at Minnie Cline Elementary in Savannah.
Area school greenhouses are opening the doors to the public for flower and vegetable plant sales. Money from the sale of plants goes to benefit the school’s agriculture departments. Here is information on some of the greenhouses. Jefferson’s greenhouse is currently open for sales. Hours are 8 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday; 9 am
Erin Fent has been hired as the 2022-23 Nodaway-Holt Elementary Principal. Fent has a bachelor’s degree from Northwest Missouri State University in elementary education, a master’s degree from the University of Missouri in information sciences and learning technologies and a specialist degree from William Woods University in administration. She has completed 19 years of teaching
2022 graduating seniors from all of the schools throughout the county are finishing up their springtime activities representing their schools. Photos of seniors and their spring activities can be found on Pages A8 and A9 in this week’s edition of the NNL.
West Nodaway junior and senior high students were provided with a unique learning opportunity at the Alumni Career Fair on April 14. Eight alumni, who graduated from 1995 to 2013, came to talk to the students about their careers and educational choices since high school. The students were broken down into eight groups with each
The Northeast Nodaway agricultural business class is taking orders for hanging baskets and plants to be available starting the first of May. Hanging baskets are $20 per basket or two for $35. Vegetables available in four packs are $3 and include super sweet 100 cherry, roma, beefmaster, beefsteak, champion and mortgage lifter tomatoes; keystone large
By Jacki Wood The sky’s the limit for students enrolled in North Nodaway R-VI’s new drone program which fits right into the school district’s mission statement of “Preparing Productive Citizens That Are College and Career Ready.” “The program allows students to develop skills which help employability after high school,” Cody Bix, HS/MS science teacher, said.
By Morgan Guyer The Spoofhounds started well against Pleasant Hill, controlling the April 5 game in Maryville while getting the opening goal courtesy of junior Kennedy Kurz with around 16 minutes left in the first half. Maryville coach Chase Tolson was happy with how the team started the game. But the end of the game
By Morgan Guyer North Nodaway baseball fell to 0-2 on the season after a 14-4 loss against Osborn-Stewartsville on March 28. The Mustangs got behind early after a 3-0 first inning for the WildCards, but North Nodaway bounced back with two runs of their own in the bottom half. The teams went back and forth,