This Week's News

Skidmore has more sewer woes

Circuit Rider Mary Calcagno with Missouri Rural Water Association attended the November 10 Skidmore City Council meeting. She reviewed the steps the city has taken on the sewer project which she doesn’t think is enough to keep the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) from taking the next step to get the city’s sewer system

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North Central Missouri College Savannah campus opens

The North Central Missouri College Savannah campus is opening for phase one of the two-phase construction and remodeling efforts at their newest location in Savannah. This fall, NCMC is launching a “soft opening” for robotics courses, and faculty and staff are moving into their offices. Construction and installation work will continue through the fall 2022

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Cotter publishes new comic

By Kathryn Rice Joshua W. Cotter, Barnard, has self-published a new comic, “Thee Infinite©,” a satire dealing with current world issues. Cotter took a new approach to this comic. His earlier graphic novels, “nod away, volume one and two,”  “Driven by Lemons” and “Skyscrapers of the Midwest,” have been hard cover books. He carefully plotted and

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Thanksgiving Day dinner to be served at Senior Center

The Fifth Annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner will be served from 11 am to 1 pm, Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 24 at the Nodaway County Senior Center, 1210 East First Street, Maryville. “After two years, the staff is excited to once again offer dine-in to the patrons,” Administrator Amie Firavich said. Besides dine-in, pick up and home-delivery

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St. Gregory’s student gives for her birthday

Hattie Nielson, daughter of Betsy and Scott Nielson, Maryville, celebrated her ninth birthday recently by hosting a party for her friends. Instead of receiving birthday presents, she requested her friends to bring pajamas for those children who might be in-shelter at the North Star Advocacy Center, Maryville. Hattie also made several blankets to give to

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Rescuers give to cancer care

Members of the Nodaway County Ambulance District, Nodaway County Rescue Squad, 11 Nodaway County fire departments, Northwest Regional Emergency Communications Center and Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville emergency department joined together recently to support local breast cancer patients. They sold over 300 apparel items that generated $1,215 to the breast cancer patient assistance fund at

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Maryville Chamber recognizes Small Business Saturday

Saturday, November 26, 2022 is Small Business Saturday – a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for their communities. Small Biz Saturday was founded by American Express in 2010 and has been officially cosponsored by the Small Business Administration since 2011. These organizations have designated The Greater Maryville Chamber of

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