This Week's News

ARB brings festivities to downtown square

The second annual Art, Rhythm and Brews (ARB) will be from 7 to 11 pm, Friday, May 19 on the Maryville Downtown Square. Sponsored by the Maryville Public Arts Committee (MPAC), the festivities include three stages of live music with at least six performers and bands. Attendees will be able to sample food from local

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CRHC celebrates National Hospital Week, National Nurses Week

Clarinda Regional Health Center (CRHC) commemorated National Hospital Week May 7-13. “Clarinda Regional Health Center has profoundly, positively impacted the health and well being of communities in southwestern Iowa and northern Missouri,” Chris Stipe, CRHC CEO, said. “While National Hospital Week celebrates our institutions, the most deserving honorees are the dedicated women and men who

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Maryville City Council approves fifth art piece

The Maryville City Council approved the one-year lease of a fifth art structure, pending business approval, during the regular Maryville City Council meeting May 8. The art piece, titled Pillar Antiquity, will feature a 7.5-feet sculpture that sits on a 16-inch base, the same base size of the light poles. The art will be mounted

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Deluxe employees brightens seniors’ day

Employees of Deluxe Manufacturing, Maryville, made May Day baskets for all of the 247 nursing home and assisted living residents in Maryville. The baskets were made from plastic cups and hung on doorknobs with a ribbon. Deluxe Foundation Committee members, Curtis Martin, Shirley Heideman, Nichole Lance and Deb DeMott, organized the project. Sutherlands donated all

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Phillips receives awards, accolades for volunteer service

Michael Phillips, Maryville, was recognized by Missouri Lt. Governor Michael L. Parson for his dedication and volunteerism with the Nodaway Chorale on April 24. Nominated by Brian and Cecily Lanier, Phillips traveled to Jefferson City to receive one of 60 Lt. Governor’s Senior Service Awards. He also received a resolution from Missouri House of Representatives

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Moldy caulking, leaking cans present in food establishments

Nodaway County Health Department Environmental Health Specialist Larry Wickersham found moldy caulking and leaking cans during routine inspections of various food establishments and schools throughout the month of April. Sonic Drive-In, 721 South Main Street, high priority Routine inspection April 12. Critical: Soft-serve ice cream nozzles soiled with food debris, prep table with sandwich condiments

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County FFA members bring home awards from state convention

For more photos see the May 4, 2017, printed Nodaway News Leader. Jefferson’s Caden Farnan is named State Star in agribusiness The Missouri FFA Association recognized Caden Farnan, Jefferson FFA chapter, as the State Star in agribusiness at the 89th Missouri FFA Convention. His parents are Jeff and Joan Farnan, Stanberry. His advisor is Jackie

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Pickering waives sewer bill for church

At the May 1 meeting of the Pickering City Council, discussion was held on the $6,000 water bill of the Pickering Christian Church parsonage. The council waived the sewer fee on the almost 400,000 gallons of water. Public Water Supply District No. 1 waived $3,700 of the $6,000 bill. City Clerk Milt Sovereign said he

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Nodaway County grand jury returns 11 indictments

Nodaway County law enforcement officers have been busy conducting arrest warrant service after a grand jury handed down 11 indictments against persons alleged to have distributed drugs during a multi-agency investigation that started in the fall of 2016. The sales allegedly involved marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine and prescription drugs. The investigation involved an undercover operative who

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Hopkins officially hires Henry

A letter of understanding was signed by new City Attorney Taryn Henry and the City of Hopkins at the May 1 council meeting. Henry attended the meeting and several ongoing legal matters were discussed. City Clerk Dee O’Riley is going to email Henry a copy of the city ordinances. One of the first matters Henry

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