Nodaway County Recorder of Deeds Sandy Smail wants to warn county residents of a scam in the area. County residents have been receiving official-looking letters from a company in Jefferson City. The letters include specific information about their property that has been gathered from assessor and recorder online public records. The letters state the importance
The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce kicked off customer service week by highlighting four local individuals and one business, all nominated by Chamber members for providing exceptional customer service.
With harvest season upon us, individuals need to be cautious on the roadways as farmers take to the fields. State Highway Patrol Trooper Dale Reuter said it is imperative to be vigilant and alert while driving. Slow-moving farm implements will be on the roadways. “Farming is a big part of our community here in Nodaway
A Maryville man has been charged with Felony Child Molestation – 2nd Degree – Child Less than 12 years of age. Charges were filed September 24 against Jason S. Langford, 43, in the Nodaway County Circuit Court. Langford is being held without bond until arraignment.
Kawasaki Manufacturing Corp. recently made a gift of $100,000 for the new SSM Health Preschool & Child Care Center, currently under construction. “This generous donation made by the Kawasaki Good Times Foundation creates a wonderful partnership between Kawasaki and SSM Health Preschool,” Megan Jennings, St. Francis Hospital Foundation development officer, said. “We are excited about
Youth in Nodaway County 4-H groups celebrated National 4-H Week, October 1-7.
Following are Nodaway County October events: • October 1-14 – Family Pumpkin decorating contest, turn in pumpkins at Maryville Public Library, 509 North Main Street. Judging October 17, ribbons awarded. For more information, call the library at 660.582.5281. • October 1 – Santa Cops 4 Kids golf tournament, Mozingo Lake Recreation Park golf course, 25055
The Maryville City Council approved the balanced 2018 budget which begins Sunday, October 1, during its regular city council meeting September 25. The revenue equals the expenses for a total budget of $34,422,986. The budget includes a 2.5 percent cost of living adjustment for employee wages. However, there will be no merit increases. One of
The intersection of US Route 71 and Main Street on the southern edge of Maryville will soon see improvements. On Monday, October 2, Chester Bross Construction Company and MoDOT plan to begin the intersection improvement project. As part of the intersection improvements, northbound and southbound traffic will be divided around the intersection. Signals for southbound
Northwest Missouri State University’s Board of Regents during its regular meeting September 22 approved a policy concerning alcohol consumption on campus. The Regents accepted the findings of a pilot program from Aramark at the Bearcat football opening game on September 7. The tailgating venue provided by Aramark at the Ray Courter Pavilion allows for beer