This Week's News

Farmers Market prepares for new season

The Maryville Farmers Market, located in the city parking lot at Buchanan and Fourth streets, has announced the market will be open from 7:30 am to noon or until sold out, every Saturday, starting May 4. The market, hosted by the Maryville Host Lions Club, features farm-fresh produce, baked goods, locally made crafts and jewelry,

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Nodaway County Route 46 to close Wednesday and Thursday

Crews from the Missouri Department of Transportation will close Route 46 west of Maryville from Fairway Road to Empire Road for core drilling. The closure will take place Wednesday, April 24 from noon to 4:30 pm and Thursday, April 25, from 7:30 am to noon. Local traffic, including school buses, will be allowed through the

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Maryville council holds public hearing, approves several requests

The Maryville City Council held a public hearing concerning the abandonment of an east-west alley located at 610-616 North Walnut Street prior to the regular meeting on April 22. No citizens spoke at the public hearing and the hearing closed. Later in the meeting, the council approved the closing of the alley to allow the

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Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville to carry on healthcare tradition

The official ribbon cutting of Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville drew a larger-than-expected crowd for the program in the front hallway of the hospital preceding the blustery outside event. Mosaic Life Care CEO Dr. Mark Laney, MD, introduced the new president of Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville, Nate Blackford, who most of the audience knew

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MDC urges public to “bee-friend” native pollinators

Spring and summer months bring both the buzz of lawnmowers and bees. These fuzzy flyers are important pollinators, playing a crucial role in the production of many favorite fruits and vegetables. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages the public to “bee-friend” these valuable native pollinators. “Missouri is home to around 450 species of native

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MoDOT to resurface Route 148 in Nodaway County

A resurfacing project on Route 148 is set to begin next week. The Missouri Department of Transportation has contracted with Herzog Contracting Corporation to resurface just over 14 miles of Route 148 from the Iowa state line to US Route 71 near Maryville. Crews will mill off the old surface and then lay down new

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Nodaway County Ambulance’s new board takes oath

On April 10, the board of directors of the Nodaway County Ambulance District reorganized from the results of the April 2 election. Newly elected members, Pat Giesken and Scott Walk, read the oath of office aloud. Charlie Standiford was presented with a cake for his 21 years of service. The board handled the following business:

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Nodaway Chorale presents ‘Sing On!’ choral concert

The Nodaway Chorale will present a concert of vocal music at 7 pm, Sunday, April 28 at the First Christian Church, Third and Buchanan, in Maryville. The theme of the concert is “Sing On!” “The focus of our concert is ‘music about music,’” Chorale Music Director Jim Rash said. “The singing of music has been a

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Northwest’s McNeese honored for commitment to American Heart Association

The American Heart Association recognized Gina McNeese, an instructor of health and physical education at Northwest Missouri State University and the Horace Mann Laboratory School, with its Mission Impact Award for her commitment to physical fitness instruction and 30 years of leading students through the organization’s Kids Heart Challenge on April 12. Stephanie Jumps, a

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Skidmore to sponsor city spring cleanup

The Skidmore City Council announced the city-wide spring cleanup will take place from Monday, May 6 to Sunday, May 12. There will be two trash receptacles furnished by Porter Trash at the horse arena at the north end of Skidmore. No tires or brush will be accepted. Jeanise Schwebach and Sandy Wright were sworn in

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