The cutting of the official ribbon brought the applause and shouts of happiness from all who had worked hard to make the Healing Garden at Mosaic Medical Center-Maryville a reality during the grand opening ceremony November 2.
EL Crawford construction began erecting the steel walls for the Maryville Public Safety facility, located at First and North Vine Streets, October 31. City Manager Greg McDanel noted it is the hope of the firm to have the building “closed in” before winter weather deters construction days.
Recent news headlines and concerns about the increase in the county’s smoking prevalence are two factors in upcoming educational opportunities sponsored by Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville. On Friday, November 1, Teri Harr will be presenting a Lunch and Learn on the “Dangers of Smoking and Vaping.” The free luncheon will be held at noon
Donna Parmelee, of 1626 North Ray Avenue, is the October 2019 winner of the Beautification Award Program. Parmalee was congratulated by Mayor Rachael Martin for showing great pride in her home by landscaping and decorating for the seasons. Every month from April to October, Maryville recognizes a property owner for the continued beautification or improvements
The Northwest Missouri State University Board of Regents met October 23 to address several agenda items prior to the Bearcat Homecoming activities at the end of the week. A policy proposal brought to the Regents by Vice President Carrick was to allow for purchases and contracts of up to $100,000 to come from the president
Citizen involvement should be welcomed at meetings Today’s political climate has garnered at least one good aspect for society among a whole slew of negatives. People, including a lot of my friends and family, have started watching the national scene. As a side note, this could make for some interesting Thanksgiving gatherings. Even though it
From 10 am to 2 pm, Saturday, October 26, the Maryville Public Safety and the US Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public its 18th opportunity in nine years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs. Pills for disposal can be brought to Maryville
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) recently signed an agreement with USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to provide support for a staff of biologists, private land conservationists and wetland specialists to help deliver specialized fish, forest, wildlife and wetland resource conservation planning and other assistance to Missouri landowners. The new agreement is a five-year
During the regular Nodaway County Commission meeting, October 10, Maryville city leaders arrived to discuss three proposals for the operations of a combined 911 emergency dispatch service. City Councilmen Matt Johnson and Tye Parsons, Public Safety Director Keith Woods and Maryville City Manager Greg McDanel brought three proposals to the commissioner that ranged from all-emergency
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the Children and Family Center of Northwest Missouri is partnering with local hairstylists to raise awareness on domestic violence. The stylists participating in Maryville are: • Tina Dawson at Total Image, 108 East Torrance Street, is giving a 10 percent discount on services, excluding tanning, for customers who