This Week's News

Maryville council approves liquor licenses

At the June 10 Maryville City Council brief meeting, the council approved the following liquor license applications. Sodexo, Bearcat Lanes, The Canteen, El Nopal, El Maguey, HyVee, Elks Club, The Powerhouse, Mozingo Lake Golf Course, City Star, Breaktime, 39th St. Liquor, Casey’s East, North and South, Finish Line, HyVee Gas, Walmart, Dollar General, Pizza Hut

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County health official releases food reports

The Nodaway County Health Center’s Jack Hunsucker inspected food establishments over the month of May. The Stable Pub and Grub, 424 4th Street, Barnard, low priority Inspection date: May 1 Criticals: None. Non-criticals: The chest freezer was dirty and sticky, but that was corrected on site (COS). Conception Abbey, 37174 St. Hwy VV, Conception, high priority Inspection date: May

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Chamber Bucks move to a gift card

The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce is refreshing its existing Chamber Buck program with a new, improved Mastercard Chamber Buck Gift Card program. The transition from paper checks to plastic Mastercard gift cards will occur over the summer to be in place and operational for a fall and holiday promotion: “Use Chamber Buck Gift Cards

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Hopkins requests bids on city pickup

At the June 3 Hopkins City Council meeting, the aldermen decided to sell the city pickup which needs repairs including the transmission up for silent bids. Chief Operator Chris Bird had someone approach him about purchasing the pickup. Bids will be taken until Friday, June 28. Bird wants to keep working the dump truck to

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Poll workers sought for upcoming elections

With the primary election in August and the general election in November, Nodaway County Clerk Melinda Patton, who is the election official, is seeking poll workers and to establish voting centers. Each voting center in Missouri requires a minimum of four election judges: two registered Republicans and two registered Democrats. These judges check in registered

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Lifeline celebrates 40th year of service to seniors

The Health Emergency Lifeline Program (HELP), commonly called Lifeline, started with a set of articles of incorporation dated May 9, 1984. Lifeline was an all-volunteer organization in Nodaway County with the mission to provide residents with a resource to contact a central telephone service with the push of a button, which would take necessary steps

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Annual NCCA Beef Cook-off sees 18 teams competing

The Nodaway County Cattlemen’s Association had another successful Beef Cook-off June 1 at the Mozingo Lake Recreation Park. Eighteen teams fixed three dishes to compete for the best of each category: BBQ beans, meatloaf and brisket. The event is meant to celebrate the annual recognition of the beef cattle industry in Nodaway County. After the

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County fair announces entertainment lineup

Each night of the Nodaway County Fair, July 11 – 13, will bring a different entertainer. To kick things off on Thursday, July 11, Kansas City Comedy Ventriloquist Kevin Horner will be in town to perform his show. Horner is a clean comedy entertainer and has performed for Comicon, the Improv, Great Wolf Lodge, Whiteman

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