This Week's News

Health Board orients new members

At the May 15 meeting, the Nodaway County Health Center board and Administrator Tom Patterson shared background information for the new board members, Chris Turpin and Jayne Vest. Patterson will bring copies of the last audit and information about the ongoing projects at the health center to the June meeting. The meeting dates and times

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May is National Stroke Awareness Month

Paula Goodridge, remembers the phone call from her mother well. As the Maryville Mosaic emergency department and respiratory therapy director, she recognized the symptoms her mother shared about her father’s stroke. “I was getting ready for work when my mother called, saying my father had fallen,” says Paula. “I heard my father’s voice in a

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Chamber names Hy-Vee the May Business of the Month

Hy-Vee is the Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors May Business of the Month. Located at 1217 South Main Street, Hy-Vee offers groceries and a wide variety of specialty departments such as bakery, floral, pharmacy, market grille, wine and spirits, and lawn and garden. As stated on its nomination, Hy-Vee staff is helpful, friendly, and

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Maryville council approves summer activities to close streets

At the Maryville City Council meeting on May 13, the county fair and a summer concert requested the closing of streets and both were approved. The Nodaway County Fair will be July 11-13, and will involve street closures near the Courthouse Square from at 5 pm, Tuesday, July 9 to July 14. The Saturday parade

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Burlington Jct. leaders study increase to sewer rate

The Burlington Jct. City Council met on May 9 to discuss city business. City Manager Jo Anna Marriott gave the financial report, stating that all bank accounts were reconciled for April. The finances and last month’s minutes were approved. Foreman Hunter Simmons was in attendance to give his report as well. The water treatment plant

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Sisson Eek to become an all-inclusive playground

Nodaway County Services is preparing to give back to the community by funding an all-inclusive playground at Sisson Eek Park on Lincoln Street in Maryville. Director Mark Parra said the idea of the park is not to look like an all-inclusive playground. The point is to make it available to everyone. “We have been blessed

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Burlington Jct. leaders study increase to sewer rate

The Burlington Jct. City Council met on May 9 to discuss city business. City Manager Jo Anna Marriott gave the financial report, stating that all bank accounts were reconciled for April. The finances and last month’s minutes were approved. Foreman Hunter Simmons was in attendance to give his report as well. The water treatment plant

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10 Squared Women donate to Seeds of Resilience

On May 14, 10 Squared Women donated $9,700 to Seeds of Resilience. At the presentation were Linda Mattson, board of directors; Amanda Twaddle, 10 Squared Women; Lori Haws, Seeds director; Sherry Brown, North Star advocate for Gentry and Worth Counties, co-facilitator and support group; Meghann Kosman, supporter. Seeds of Resilience mission statement said “Provide a

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