This Week's News

10 Squared Women donate to animal shelter

10 Squared Women of Nodaway County gave its quarterly donation of $7,800 to the New Nodaway Humane Society Animal Shelter, February 12. At the presentation were NNHS Board President Crystal Ward, 10 Squared member Amanda Twaddle and Animal Shelter Director Wendy Combs. Combs plans to spend $3,500-$4,000 on bulk microchips which is a year’s supply.

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Jazz artist Marcus Lewis to headline annual Northwest Jazz Festival 

Trombonist Marcus Lewis will be the featured guest when Northwest Missouri State University hosts its annual Jazz Festival Friday, Feb. 19. In addition to Lewis, 15 high school and middle school groups entered this year’s Jazz Festival by submitting videos for review by adjudicators. The Northwest Jazz Ensemble and Studio Jazz Ensemble will present a

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Mosaic West Clinic expands family care providers

Charles “Randy” Radmer, DO, has joined Mosaic Specialty Care – West’s complement of family medicine physicians. He will see patients in the Maryville clinic on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday with continued coverage at Mosaic Family Care – Savannah on Wednesday. Dr. Radmer completed his undergraduate degree at Northwest Missouri State University before attending medical school

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Children’s Business Fair returns for 4th year

Young entrepreneurs will again have the opportunity to learn and build a business with guidance from the Fourth Annual Children’s Business Fair (CBF) sponsored by the Maryville Public Library. The first informational meeting is at 5:30 pm, Thursday, March 4 in the basement of the library. To allow for social distancing, young entrepreneurs who have

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Hopkins approves bid to remove cemetery cedar trees

At the February 8 Hopkins City Council meeting, a bid for $5,000 from Chesnut Tree Removal, Maryville, was accepted to remove 10 cedar trees at the Hopkins Cemetery. The city is asking for donations to help cover the cost. The council also is looking to hire a part-time assistant city clerk to assist Hopkins City

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Southwest Power Pool Requests Emergency Electricity Reductions

Due to extended extreme temperatures affecting the regional power supply, the Southwest Power Pool (SPP) has asked member electric utilities, including Evergy, to implement controlled, temporary emergency electricity reductions in order to help avoid larger uncontrolled and extended power outages throughout the region. Beginning on February 15 at 12:15 p.m., Evergy will begin to turn

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Nodaway County Sheriff Randy Strong recognizes staff for heroism

On February 4, the Nodaway County Sheriff office honored four staff members for their individual acts of heroism. It was noted by Sheriff Randy Strong, “The office of the sheriff has a moral, ethical, and legal obligation to protect inmates who have been placed in our jail by the courts.” He further described the scenario,

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Hilsabeck’s donation honors Baylee’s Blessings

The fourth annual donation drive through Baylee’s Blessings was presented by the Hilsabeck family, February 5 to the New Nodaway Humane Society Animal Shelter. Animal Shelter Director Wendy Combs accepts multiple supplies and $2,109 from Baylee’s sister, Malainee Montgomery, father, Grady Hilsabeck and mother, Lisa Hilsabeck who is holding a photo of Baylee. Friends and

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