This Week's News

Geography with Goudge

FBS Players Map, 2020 “The FBS or Football Bowl Subdivision is now in full-swing and it consists of 130 teams.  Only three teams (UConn, New Mexico State and Old Dominion) have opted out this season.  This player production map, based on where the 15,125 FBS players attended high school, indicates a strong regional concentration in

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Downtown Trick or Treat to continue without sponsor

As in the past, the Maryville Downtown Trick or Treat will continue this year without a sponsor. The event will be from 5 to 7 pm, Thursday, October 29. The event will be smaller this year than what has been experienced in the past. Treating will take place along Main Street and around the Courthouse

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Spoofhound golfers advance to state

Three members of the Maryville Spoofhound Golf Team will continue their 2020 golf season by attending the state event in Smithville after their October 12 performance for districts at Mozingo Lake Golf Course. They are Lauren Padgitt, ninth and a score of 107; Cailyn Auffert, who place third with a score of 100; and Lauren

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Candidate Forum set for October 20

The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce has set the date for the 2020 General Election Candidates Forum at 7 pm, Tuesday, October 20, at the Lee and Nina Schneider Performing Arts Center in the Maryville High School. The Chamber of Commerce welcomes each candidate for elected office in Nodaway County to introduce themselves to our

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Maryville council approves the Black Pony Brewery plan

To open the October 12 Maryville City Council meeting, there were two public hearings connected to property developments within the city limits. The first public hearing was for the proposed annexation of property located at 24646 Business Highway 71, formerly Drake Lumber, which is owned by Justin and Tiffany Dredge and Robert and Annie Zirfas.

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Nodaway County organizers launch holiday shopping experience

Nodaway County Economic Development, (NCED) along with the Maryville Chamber of Commerce, have planned an eight-week promotion geared toward holiday shopping with the local small business firms throughout the county. “Shop Small, Uniquely Nodaway” will create shopping excitement with weekly prizes climaxed with three cash prizes at the end of the promotion, December 12. “Nodaway

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Liles honored as Northwest’s 2020 Family of the Year

The Liles family of Maryville is Northwest Missouri State University’s 2020 Family of the Year. The family, which traditionally is recognized during the university’s Family Weekend activities in September, was honored during Homecoming week this year after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of Family Weekend activities. Caleb Liles, a senior biology major with an

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NNL accepts donations for Toys for Tots 

Marsha Martin, Hopkins, brightens the holidays for area youngsters, with toy donations to Today’s Civic Women’s Toys for Tots of Nodaway County campaign. Martin received a $5 discount on each of her subscription renewals at the Nodaway News Leader. The NNL will accept toys and monetary donations through Monday, November 30. Other businesses participating are

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Nodaway County Republicans celebrate grand opening

  The headquarters for the Nodaway County Republicans drew a crowd October 10 for the grand opening with several candidates, elected officials and other enthusiasts attending. Those dignitaries pictured include Sheriff Randy Strong, who is up for reelection, South District Commissioner Candidate Scott Walk, County Clerk Melinda Patton, Circuit Clerk Elaine Wilson. Newly appointed Nodaway

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