This Week's News

Mosaic Maryville selected as a 2022 Health Quality Innovator of the Year

Mosaic Medical Center – Maryville (MMC–M) has been recognized as a Health Quality Innovator for 2022. The Health Quality Innovator Award is the annual awards program created by Health Quality Innovators that recognizes and celebrates organizations that are using successful, evidence-based approaches to quality improvement. MMC–M was selected as a runner-up in the rural health

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New freezer is operational at Senior Center

At the December 20 Nodaway County Senior Citizens Senate meeting, it was announced the new walk-in freezer was working. There are still finishing details to complete. Holtman Masonry had reinforced the support beam in the entryway to the freezer. The electrician has miscellaneous wiring to complete. Jason Brown Roofing had flashed between the building and

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Filing ends for school boards, city councils

December 27 marked the end of the candidate filing period for the April 4, 2023 election. Following are the candidates who had filed by the afternoon of December 27. Jefferson C-123, three positions. Candidates are Alan Gockel*, Derrick Schieber* and Travis Angle. Maryville R-II, three positions. Candidates are Kelley Baldwin*, Dale Baker and Isaiah Korthanke.

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City of Maryville offers Christmas tree disposal

The City of Maryville is providing two locations for the disposal of real Christmas trees. Trees will be accepted until Tuesday, January 9 at the City of Maryville’s Street Garage, located at Second Street and North Newton Street, or the lower parking lot behind city hall, at 415 North Market Street. Please remove all lights,

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Elks give to area charities

The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks 760 gave $4,000 to Santa Cops for Kids at the December 6 meeting. Attending the presentation were, front: Corporal Shadoe Miller, Nodaway County Sheriff Department; Elks Exalted Ruler James Richardson; Ian Myers, Maryville Public Safety; Trooper Anthony Kempa, Missouri State Highway Patrol; Sergeant Jeremy Staples, and behind him, Sergeant

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Downtown Maryville announces window display winners

Downtown Maryville announced the Christmas window display contest winners. Winner of the People’s Choice award was Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Governments. They are, front: Amy Dowis, Rita Wallinga, Leah Powers; back: Sarah Prickett, Kim Mildward, Jessie Smock, Cheyenne Murphy and Jerri Dearmont. Not pictured is Steve Houts.The lights are at 116 West Third Street.

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2022 Becomes History, 2023 Begins Fresh

The Nodaway News Leader invited several citizens again this year to provide their view of the past year. This week and the next we will print penned essays from their varied points of view, which should prove interesting to our readers.  

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Burlington Jct. council makes one-time water bill adjustments

Two homes in Burlington Jct. had a higher than usual water bill following water leaks. Jim and Suzanne Rasmussen, residents, attended the council meeting December 12 to ask the board for a one-time water bill adjustment, and another resident, Stephanie Marsh contacted the board before the meeting also asking for a one-time water bill adjustment.

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Downtown Maryville achieves Main Street affiliate tier status

Downtown Maryville, the local Main Street program for Maryville, has achieved the affiliate tier following a program assessment by Missouri Main Street Connection (MMSC). To reach the affiliate tier status, a community must meet or exceed the Main Street criteria covering various aspects of revitalization work that help create a sustainable, community-driven Main Street program.

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