This Week's News

Spoofhound signs to run at McPherson College

Maryville High senior Cale Sterling, surrounded by his family, signed his letter of intent to continue his education at McPherson College, McPherson, KS. His parents Linda and Wade Sterling and his brother, Carson, along with his coach, Rodney Bade, watched as he signed. Cale plans to run cross country and track for the Bulldogs while

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Maryville City Council approves two contracts to benefit Public Safety

Maryville Public Safety will see improvements to patrol cars and equipment following the Maryville City Council’s approval of two contracts at the January 10 regular meeting. The first contract approved was with MTE Office Center, Maryville, for the purchase and installation of mobile data terminals and associated software for patrol vehicles in an amount not

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Ravenwood starts effort to acquire playground

GRM Networks has awarded a total of $3,750 as part of the company’s Community Improvement Grant program. Organizations receiving funding in the semiannual distribution included the Ravenwood Playground Committee. The Ravenwood Playground Committee will use their grant to update their city park by upgrading swings and adding new equipment and safety features. Applications for the

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T4T gathers toys for the 2022 campaign

St. Gregory School second graders also collected toys for the campaign. The class members are, front: Frank Synders, Anna Jordan, Grace McCollum, Piper Fillingane, Thatcher Brown, Austin Pedersen; middle: Brielle Budden, Ridge Hornbuckle, Kameron Waldeier, Dinah Lance, Ainslee Myers, Racen Barmann, Tucker Stiens, Faith Mitchell;  back: Carson Rogers, Isaac James, Austyn Quinlin, Molly Simmerman, Hayden Yaple,

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Local Eagles Auxiliary gives to Mosaic Cancer Care

Members of the Eagles Auxiliary presented $1,000 on January 11 to the Cancer Care unit at Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville. Members making the presentation were Bernard Riley, husband of Sharon Riley, presenting the check and who is a past president of the state organization, Donna Fryar, Ree Greenfield, president, Andrea Cunningham, RN, Karen Farrens,

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Clearmont to install new water meters

The Clearmont City Council approved a new water/sewer application for residents during its regular December 21 meeting. The new applications took effect January 1. Mayor Byron Clark also reviewed plans for using the American Rescue Plan Act monies for upgrades to the city’s water system. The bid for new water meters was presented from Core

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O’Riley resigns as Hopkins clerk

After the open and closed sessions held at the January 10 Hopkins City Council meeting, the council again moved into open session to accept Hopkins City Clerk/Treasurer Dee O’Riley’s resignation effective February 1. O’Riley was approved an hourly rate to help the city as requested. Assistant Clerk Theodore Phipps was hired to take over as

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Hospital president gives critical COVID status

By Nate Blackford, Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville president As we enter the third year of the COVID pandemic, I know we all look forward to the day the virus is under control and the pandemic, at least as we know it, is over. The last two years have been an exhausting and trying time

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Trivia Night to be rescheduled

The Mosaic Maryville Hospice and Home Health Board has announced the Trivia Night is being rescheduled and will not take place on January 15 at Mozingo Event Center as originally planned. This decision was made after several days of discussion and obtaining input from healthcare professionals and data monitoring sites. However, please note the event

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