This Week's News

MPR board holds meeting

The Maryville Parks and Recreation Board met on May 20, where reports were read. Reports Recreation Supervisor Kristi McLain and Sports Coordinator Emily Dew. The youth spring soccer league finished on May 18, and the youth softball, baseball and t-ball games have started with 192 participants. Co-ed Softball registration opens May 27 and the adult softball

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May Beautification Award goes to Bradshaws

Jerry and Mary Bradshaw, owners of the property located at 416 South Munn Street, are the May winners of the City of Maryville’s Beautification Award Program. The Bradshaws enjoy keeping their property looking beautiful and are proud to live in the house her family previously owned. Mayor Dannen Merrill, center, bestowed the award. Every month

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Senior Center has ‘positive year’

At the May 22 Nodaway County Senior Citizens Senate meeting, it was announced the senior center had a positive $7,644 for the July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023 fiscal year. The Form 990 had been returned to the center by Marsh, Espey and Merrill PC. It showed total revenues of $387,631 and total expenses

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WN institutes college, career Mondays

West Nodaway R-I high school and junior high students had the opportunity to explore job fields this past school year. The “College and Career Monday” is the brainchild of PK-12 counselor Lani Clayton. This past school year she organized field trips for one Monday a month through the school year. WN has a four-day school

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Clearmont hears about meter pits

The Clearmont City Council met on May 14 to discuss city business. Last month’s minutes were approved, as well as a motion to pay the bills. West Bend sent a bond certification to City Clerk Linda Babcock. The installation of water meters was discussed. Alderman Herb Snodderley suggested that the city order six more meter

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Maryville Sculpture Walk to unveil 3 new installations

The Maryville Sculpture Walk announces the addition of three remarkable sculptures set to enrich the city’s cultural landscape starting this week. Intending to foster artistic expression and community engagement, these installations promise to captivate viewers and stimulate thought-provoking conversations. Leading the trio of new sculptures is “Dystopia,” located near the corner of Fourth and Buchanan

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MHS Spectrum performs at Walt Disney World Resort

The #SingingSpoofhounds from Maryville High School have successfully completed their spring 2024 tour to the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando, FL, and have returned home with suntans, souvenirs and memories to last a lifetime. Leaving MHS after school on May 21st, anxious energy, and luggage filled two yellow school buses bound for the Kansas

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