This Week's News

Humane Society offers Home for the Holidays

The New Nodaway Humane Society Animal Shelter is offering half-price adoptions now through Saturday, December 31 as part of the Home for the Holidays. Dogs will be $50; cats are $30; and kittens are $40. This excludes puppies under six months and high profile pets. The adoption fee includes spay or neuter, vaccinations, microchip and

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Maryville extends time for yard waste burning

The City of Maryville, by ordinance, has identified three periods a year for burning yard waste. Those periods are between April 1 and April 14, July 17 and July 31, October 24 and November 6 from dawn until dusk or as modified or extended by city council based primarily on weather conditions. The fall season’s

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MDC reminds hunters to dispose of deer carcasses properly

Proper disposal of a deer carcass is one of the final steps of the deer hunting process and is as important as any other part of deer hunting. One reason this part of deer hunting is important is because there are regulations that pertain to the disposal of deer parts. In Missouri, the improper disposal

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The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce has announced finalists for Grinch Contest

The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce has announced the following individuals as finalists for its Grinch Contest to kick-off a Very Merryville Christmas. They are DeAnn Davison, Downtown Maryville; Julie Godsey, Nodaway County Services for the Developmentally Disabled; Cindy Lemar, North Star Advocacy Center; Philip Pohren, Eugene Field Elementary Parent Teachers Organization and Kirby Sybert,

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Shain donates to Toys 4 Tots

Sharon Shain, Maryville, recently, donated several toys to the Today’s Civic Women’s Toys for Tots of Nodaway County. The annual toy drive is underway until Thursday, December 1. The Nodaway News Leader is offering a $5 credit off of a one-year subscription with the donation of a toy.

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Maryville soccer looks to make state run

The Spoofhound Boys Soccer Team has had a dominant season, to say the least. However, the MEC and Class 1 District 8 Champions aren’t done yet. Now Maryville looks ahead to a Class 1 State Quarterfinals match-up against the Summit Christian Academy, Lee’s Summit. The Spoofhounds will have the honor of hosting at the Bearcat

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Clearmont approves welcome sign 

The Clearmont City Council approved a “Welcome to Clearmont” sign at the October 18 meeting. Circle C Signs, Clarinda, IA, will be contacted and asked to present design ideas. Last month’s minutes were approved, as well as the monthly bills to be paid. The city did not receive the ARPA grant for the water and

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United Fiber announces broadband expansion in St. Joseph

United Fiber will bring reliable, affordable, high-speed fiber broadband to the city of St. Joseph, notes a recent news release. The residents of St. Joseph have expressed their need for a better internet experience, and United Fiber is ready to fulfill that need. This expansion will bring United’s advanced fiber network to an additional 36,000

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Taxes remain the same across most of the county

Nodaway County property owners, for the most part, will see little difference in tax levy payment from last year. The highest rate is in Nodaway Township at $10.13 per $100 assessed valuation, which is a $1.32 increase from last year. The taxing entities and rates for taxpayers in the West Nodaway Fire District are: state,

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Lettuce Dream receives ARPA funds from Nodaway County

The Nodaway County Commissioners presented Lettuce Dream, Maryville, with $50,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funds for its general fund. Associate Commissioners Chris Burns and Scott Walk look on as Director Jennie Moore received the check from Commissioner Bill Walker. On the back, Collector Treasurer Marilyn Jenkins also attended. Lettuce Dream requested the funds for

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