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 county clerk. You can find the article on the front page of the February 15th edition of the NNL.
A list of Nodaway County school districts’ report cards for 2023, with the state statistics listed first for comparison can be found on Page 2 of this week’s NNL.
The Nodaway County Health Department’s Jack Hunsucker inspected various food establishments during January. Joy Wok, 1416 South Main, Maryville, high priority Inspection date: January 18. Follow-up from last month. Only inspected items that were out of compliance on December 26, 2023. Criticals: Some food was not being held at 41 degrees or below. Non-criticals: Some food was being
Seven seniors, 1 from each school in the county, earned a $1,000 scholarship with the option to renew it from the Nodaway County Cattlemen Association, February 3 during the organization’s annual roundup. This years scholarship recipients: Blair Allen, South Nodaway; Kali Redden, Jefferson; Landon Liebhart, Maryville; Rileigh Brown, Nodaway-Holt; Aydan Blackford, North Nodaway and Ella
The Maryville Public Library is searching for adult volunteers for the Children’s Business Fair (CBF) for the steps leading up to the one-day market event. CBF will be from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, Saturday, March 16. It is modeled after the international Acton Children’s Business Fair. For CBF, youth, age eight to 18, create
At the February 5 Hopkins City Council meeting, discussion was held on various financial considerations the city is facing. Alderman Allan Thompson had taken the 2023 financial report and divided it by 12 for monthly averages. He is concerned about expenses outpacing incoming revenues. He wants the city to moderate spending. He was also wanting
At the January 22 Maryville Pride Lions Club meeting, the club presented Melvin Jones Awards to Lion Carole O’Riley and Immediate Past President Christine Pedersen. The Melvin Jones award is to recognize individuals who exemplify the ideals of Lionism. The award is named for Melvin Jones, the founder of Lions Club International. Lions Club International
Maryville Public Library (MPL) has opened a survey this month for current and potential library cardholders to measure local demand for specific print and electronic resources. In FY2023, MPL cardholders checked out over 60,000 items; mostly book and audiobook titles in a variety of physical and electronic formats. Separate electronic research databases, online short courses
The Clearmont City Council met on January 23 to discuss city business. Last month’s minutes were approved, as well as the bills to be paid for the month. The Nodaway County Humane Society reported loose dogs in Clearmont, but the dogs were eventually claimed by the owner. Missouri One Call reported discrepancies in an internal
By Judy Frueh This year the St. Francis Foundation Gala fundraiser is for women’s health care in our area. I am excited to be an ambassador to help raise money for this cause. There are 14 women who have stepped up and agreed to be ambassadors for this cause. Being a women’s health nurse practitioner