The Burlington Jct. City Council hears a lagoon report about breaking up the sludge at the bottom. City Manager Jo Anna Marriott gave the financial report. All the bank accounts were reconciled for January. She reported that the city’s profit and loss report reflects a total net income of $29,558.60 for January. Council member Martha Greeley
Habitat for Humanity of Nodaway County invites all individuals and families interested in purchasing a home or who want to learn more about Habitat for Humanity to attend its upcoming informational meetings. The meetings are open to the public and no reservations are required. The informational meetings are designed to give interested people the information
The Nodaway County Ambulance District Board met on February 14 to discuss district business. Bryan Sobotka, Jackson Township Rescue Squad member, was in attendance to ask the board and administration for stress and mental health support for the rescue volunteers in the county. He volunteered to help set up a program to assist the volunteers
Three of the political parties that are active in Missouri will have their parties’ faithful to decide who will be the preferred presidential candidate for the state. The Republican caucus for Nodaway County will be Saturday, March 2 in the Nodaway County Administration Center. The doors will be open at 8 am and will close
The Spoofhound Athletics Hall of Fame held a ceremony on February 17 at Maryville High School to induct the first teams and members to the Hall of Fame. Seven individuals were honored and three teams were as well.
The deadline for first time voters to register to vote is Wednesday, March 6. This deadline also applies to voters who are registered outside of Missouri but have moved into the state. To register, bring ID to the Nodaway County Clerk’s office in the Nodaway County Administration Center, 8 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through
Nodaway County Economic Development (NCED) announced recently the hiring of Kim Mildward to the position as project manager, effective Friday, March 15. Mildward understands the crucial role economic development plays in creating lasting prosperity for the region. She has been hired as project manager to ensure the success or project initiatives and will contribute to
With the upcoming elections this year, the NNL news staff will be sharing the qualifications for all of the local officeholders each week. This week’s print exclusive Nodaway Nominated, explores the qualifications for Nodaway County Public Administrator. You can find the article on the front page of the February 22nd edition of the NNL.
Maryville Downtown has selected Tom Shelton as the new president for 2024. Shelton said, “With any organization there is a need for people to step into increasing levels of leadership responsibilities.” Maryville Downtown first began as the Maryville Downtown Improvement Organization (MDIO) in 2015, after talks in 2014 about establishing the entity. It is part
Affordable housing has been a challenge for local industry’s employee recruitment for a long time. A recent housing study reinforced this fact that Nodaway County manufacturers had known for years. The information of the study was brought to the Maryville Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) leadership. They began to further investigate the type of housing, suitable