This Week's News

Clearmont discusses DNR ARPA grant further

At the June 21 Clearmont City Council meeting, the council went over more plans for the DNA ARPA grant application for their sewer and water system. Emily Wicoff, civil engineer at Snyder and Associates, St. Joseph, was in attendance to further update the council. Wicoff stressed the importance of the council needing to finalize a

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Maryville council approves contract for Mozingo RV park

At the June 15 Maryville City Council meeting, it was unanimously approved for a change order contract with White Cloud Engineering and Construction, Maryville, to do design-build services related to the RV Park expansion at Mozingo Lake Recreation Park. The increased amount is $83,770 to bring the total contract to $271,020. The money came from

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Maryville Ambassadors honor Rogers Pharmacy with Business of the Month Award 

A thriving business community is a vital piece of a vibrant community. Locally, the Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors recognize the importance of customer service and honor the businesses who serve and support our community with the highest degree of care and professionalism. The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce seeks to further highlight this

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Laura Street Baptist Church hosts community baby shower June 15

The shower was sponsored by Community Services, in partnership with Home State Health and Healthy Blue. Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville, Catholic Charities USA, Nodaway County Health Center and Easter Seals had booths at the June 15 event, providing information and resources. Nodaway County Health Center worker Deanna Bowers gives a mother a gift bag

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Health center returns to normal activities

The Nodaway County Health Center Board of Trustees met June 15. After two years of pandemic response due to COVID-19, the health center is finally getting back to its regular programs and activities. Administrator Tom Patterson said the program billing payments have started coming in from the state. He estimated the center was waiting on

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Ambulance district confirms sales tax payment 

The Nodaway County Ambulance District met for their monthly meeting June 8. The sales tax payment for the month was confirmed to be $125,665.72, an almost one percent increase from the year before and a nine percent increase from 2020. The Burlington Jct., Ravenwood, Maryville and Hopkins rescue squads had no news to report. The

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Annual tractor cruise starts from airport community building

The Heart of America Tractor Cruise will be Saturday, June 25 and starts from the community building at the Northwest Missouri Regional Airport, 25775 Hawk Road, Maryville. The event starts with registration, 4 pm, and a supper at 6 pm, Friday, June 24 at the community building. The Nodaway County Cattlemen Association is helping to

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Northwest grad pursues medical school

Dr. William Kinderknecht and Caleb Liles, spent May 23 through June 3 together at Mosaic Specialty Care – West, where Kinderknecht served as a preceptor for Liles as he prepares for his second year of medical school at AT Still University of Osteopathic Medicine, Kirksville. When Liles was thinking about his preceptors, it was an

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MoDOT leaders provide update on Long Branch Bridge project

The reconstruction of the Long Branch Bridge, located on Highway 136, east of Maryville, has hit several snags early in the project. “We understand that the closure of US Route 136 for the Long Branch Bridge reconstruction project was unexpected and has caused some frustration and confusion, particularly regarding the construction timeline,” noted a MoDOT

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