This Week's News

Pickering council approves mowing bid

With the Pickering City Council unable to meet in March, the April 1 meeting was spent catching up on city business. The March bills were retroactively approved for payment, along with the April bills. Approval was given for the mowing bid advertisement which City Clerk Milt Sovereign had placed. He didn’t believe the city mowing

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Students, alumni invited to experience New York City

Northwest Missouri State University students and alumni are invited to join the humanities and social sciences department on a tour of New York City in April 2020. Dr. Kim Casey, associate professor of political science, and Dr. Jessica Gracey, assistant professor of political science, will host information sessions at 2 pm, Tuesday, April 2, 2

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DARE holds 27th annual dinner, auction

The 27th annual DARE dinner and auction will open its doors at 6 pm, Saturday, April 6 at the St. Gregory’s Parish Gymnasium, 333 South Davis Street, Maryville. Nodaway County DARE Officer Rick Smail and Maryville DARE Officer Ian Myers have been busy collecting items for the silent auction, which will begin at 6 pm,

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Mt. Tabor 4-Hers collect food

The Mt. Tabor 4-H Club has food pantry collection boxes at D&S, Snodderley Lumber, both of Clearmont, Citizens Bank & Trust, Burlington Jct. and the post office in Elmo. Boxes will be picked up later this month. The items collected will go to the West Nodaway Food Pantry. The members who prepared the boxes are

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Restaurant inspections find foods at improper temps

The Nodaway County Health Center food establishment inspection reports for March given by a department official: Kentucky Fried Chicken, 1622 South Main Street, Maryville, high priority Routine inspection March 4 Priority: Observed chicken breast hot held on buffet below 135 degrees, corrected on site. Core: Kitchen wall tiles adjacent to floor cracked and broken, soda

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Maryville council approves stormwater management plan with DNR’s urging

After an official public hearing during the March 25 meeting, the Maryville City Council nodded in approval of the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Management Plan. The city-staff updated plan spoke to six divisions of duties and plans which involved public education, involvement and participation, discharge detection, runoff control, new development management and pollution

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County Republicans gather for Lincoln Days

The Nodaway County Republicans gathered on March 23 for the annual Lincoln Days dinner. They had the opportunity to listen to and ask questions of their elected officials. Attending the dinner were Field Manager Josh Hulbert representing US Congressman Sam Graves, State Representative Allen Andrews, Associate Circuit Judge Doug Thomson, Missouri Lieutenant Governor Mike Kehoe,

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MoDOT grants weight allowance for truckloads of aggregate used in flood relief

In response to flooding and the state of emergency declared by Gov. Parson over the weekend, the Missouri Department of Transportation will allow heavier-than-normal truckloads of rock, sand and gravel to travel on Missouri highways. The allowance will help get flood-fighting supplies to communities and expedite needed repairs of roads, levees, railroads, etc. While the

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