By Morgan Guyer The Maryville Spoofhound Boys Soccer Team captured a third place title at the Class 1 State Tournament in Fenton on November 17-18 after defeating Laquey 5-0. Two years ago, Maryville ended the season in a similar scenario. That team defeated Fair Grove 5-0 to finish in third place. This year’s senior
Once a month, Spoofy Beans, a Maryville High School group, has been serving coffee and snacks to the workers of Nucor-LMP, Inc. A year ago the company donated money for a classroom TV, table and chairs. Nucor wanted to help the students in other ways, so looked into the purchase of a mobile Spoofy Bean
Nodaway County eighth graders from Maryville, Jefferson, South Nodaway, West Nodaway, Nodaway-Holt, North Nodaway and Northeast Nodaway had the opportunity to tour four of the following manufacturers and businesses: Laclede, DRIV/Tenneco, Kawasaki, Mosaic Medical Center, JL Houston/PolyTank, Metal Culverts, NUCOR-LMP and Nodaway County Services.
The Nodaway News Leader has been busy catching the county’s students hard-at-work in the classroom. See who has been caught being educated this week on Page 3 of the NNL in our print exclusive ‘Walk the Halls’ feature.
Northeast Nodaway has been working with Children’s Mercy Hospital: Project Adam to become a Heart Safe School. Nurse Terry Runde recently organized the first Project Adam CERT (Cardiac Emergency Response Team). There were local EMS personnel and they reviewed the 911 call protocol questions that are asked in a real situation. The team will have
Fourth District Associate Circuit Court Judge Robert Rice explained how the court system operates to two groups of school students, September 27. First up was Eugene Field Elementary third graders who had read the book, “The Trial of Cardigan Jones” by Tim Egan. Vocabulary words were matched to real objects as Rice went through the
There were four Nodaway County schools whose students crowned their homecoming king and queens after the Platte Valley game on September 29 in Barnard, and before the Nodaway Valley game on September 30 in Graham.
The dedication of the Jefferson C-123 Educational Foundation Wall of Honor will be held from 11 am to 1 pm, Sunday, October 8 with a presentation at noon. The Jefferson C-123 School and the Tri-C communities are rich in history and the mural “Paving the Road to Success,” located in the school’s entrance, provides an
Maryville R-II School District held their homecoming week from September 18-22, holding the first annual homecoming parade on and capping it off with the football game against Cameron.
Recognition of the fall sports senior athletes from North Nodaway, Nodaway Valley, Northeast Nodaway and Platte Valley can can be found on Page 16 of this week’s NNL.