This Week's News

AL Post 100 performs Veterans Day ceremonies

The American Legion Post 100 held the annual Veterans Day observance, November 11, with adjustments made for COVID-19. Ronnie VanFosson, Terry Chesnut, Jerry Coffelt and Amos Clampit proudly posted the colors at the observance.

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Winters to speak at AL Post 100 Veterans Day Observance

Timothy John Winters, Maryville, will be the guest speaker at the American Legion Post 100 2020 Veterans Day Observance to be held at 11 am, Wednesday, November 11. Winters, who was a sergeant and squad leader in the US Marine Corps, served four years with two tours in Iraq and one in Okinawa, Japan. In

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Veterans Day ceremonies bestow honor to those who have served 

This year’s Annual Nodaway County Veterans Day Observance will be at 11 am, Wednesday, November 11 at the American Legion Post 100 Hall, 1104 East Fifth Street, Maryville. The Veterans Day Ceremony is coordinated by the James Edward Gray American Legion Post 100. The welcome and introduction of dignitaries will be by David Dredge, Post 100 commander.

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Area schools cope with COVID-19 to celebrate Veterans Day

Veterans Day, Wednesday, November 11 will look different this year in Nodaway County schools because of COVID-19 restrictions. The following is what schools have submitted about the annual remembrance of what veterans have given to the US. West Nodaway There will be no assembly or visitors allowed. Students and staff are requested to wear red,

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Lance donates to Toys for Tots at NNL

Sherilyn Lance, Barnard, donated a DVD and toy to the Today’s Civic Women’s Toys for Tots of Nodaway County campaign, October 29 at the Nodaway News Leader. She also renewed her subscription and received a $5 discount for her donations. The NNL is offering the subscription discount with toy donation through Tuesday, December 1.

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Lance donates to Toys for Tots at NNL

Sherilyn Lance, Barnard, donated a DVD and toy to the Today’s Civic Women’s Toys for Tots of Nodaway County campaign, October 29 at the Nodaway News Leader. She also renewed her subscription and received a $5 discount for her donations. The NNL is offering the subscription discount with toy donation through Tuesday, December 1.

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Health official inspects variety of food establishments

Nodaway County Health Department Environmental Health Specialist Jack Hunsucker visited the following food establishments during the month of October. Senor Burrito, 121 South Main, Maryville,  Second follow-up visit October 2. Non-Critical: Three door refrigerator has temperature of 35-36 degrees, ceiling tile coming down in women’s restroom, stained in men’s restroom floor tiles, mop board loose

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MHS crowns Homecoming royalty

Homecoming was finally celebrated at Maryville High School before the October 30 football game when all the royalty candidates were announced. The king and queen were seniors Henry Swink and Olivia Stiff. Henry is the son of Brian and Jennifer Swink. Olivia is the daughter of Tim and Tina Stiff.

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Post season volleyball honors announced

The 275 Conference Volleyball All-Conference team saw Shaina Culp and Krista Hart, both seniors of Nodaway Holt, being named. Culp received a unanimous selection. Saylor Brown, a junior from North Nodaway and Riley Linville, also a junior from West Nodaway, were named on the honorable mention team.

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