Northwest Missouri State University’s Department of Language, Literature and Writing will host fiction author Jennifer Latham to continue its 2018-19 Visiting Writers Series. The event, which is free and open to the public, begins at 7 pm on Wednesday, February 20 in the JW Jones Student Union Living Room. Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corporation, GreenTower Press
By Kathryn Rice To support the growing interests of high school students in the healthcare profession, the Health Sciences class at the Northwest Technical School has increased the courses of study available, including veterinary science. In its third year, Health Science Instructor Bing Boettner said the program has grown from one student the first year,
Northwest Missouri State University is mourning today after learning of the passing of one of its students. Lonnae Young, a junior psychology major from Lee’s Summit died unexpectedly this morning at SSM Health St. Francis Hospital in Maryville. An autopsy is planned. Young was a resident assistant on the second floor of Dieterich Hall and
The Maryville City Council held a brief meeting on February 12 to authorize the city’s financial proceedings. The meeting was due to a cancelation of the regularly scheduled February 11 meeting. Other city business for the council to consider was held over to the next regular meeting, Monday, February 25.
The Northeast Nodaway R-V Board of Education selected Brenda Dougan as the 2019-20 school superintendent and she will begin her duties on July 1. Dougan has been in education for 26 years with 12 years in administration. She has been employed at Ridgeway R-V since 2014 and is currently serving as superintendent. She has a
The Burlington Jct. City Council gathered around the map during its February 12 meeting to look at the possible streets for spring and summer improvements. Mayor Justin Plymell and council members recognized the street crew for their snow plowing efforts. Also noted was the Nodaway Township crew for their hauling away of snow from town.
The West Nodaway Board of Education selected Mitch Barnes as the 6-12 principal for the 2019-20 school year during its February 7 meeting. Barnes is currently serving as 7-12 principal at Braymer School District, a position he has held for 10 years. Also at Braymer, he served as K-12 principal and interim superintendent. Originally from Trenton,
The Maryville Public Arts Committee (MPAC) is conducting a contest for the mural design to be placed on the wall of the upcoming pocket park located on the southwest corner of Third and Main streets, Maryville. The committee is looking for a clean, simple design which will provide photo opportunities for visitors, tourists, students and
The Nodaway County Health Center food establishment inspection reports for January given by a department official: HyVee Meat, 1217 South Main Street, Maryville, low priority Routine inspection January 3 Priority: None. Core: Observed food and debris on floor under and adjacent to display case; Quat sanitizer test strips used for testing sanitizer concentration unavailable at
The Hopkins City Council briefly reviewed the city’s future needs at the February 4 meeting. Mayor Kelly Morrison said improvements to the water and sewer mains are needed. Currently on water, the city must shut down the entire city to repair water main breaks. Morrison said the city should look at a three-to-five year commitment