Geography with Goudge

Men’s DI Basketball Per Capita, 2021 “The eastern half of the country dominates per capita production of men’s major college basketball players.  A line from Louisiana through Illinois and onto Maryland in the east includes states that are well above the national average (norm) in production. There are 5,380 players on over 350 Div. I

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Tourism committee continues campaign to make Maryville a designation

At the February 10 Maryville Tourism Committee meeting, there were no citizens or local merchants in attendance. Following are instructions to sign up a business for inclusion on the visitmaryville.org website. At the top of the page, click on the envelope icon. It takes the viewer to a contact us page.You should move down the page to

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February 23, 2021

Presiding Commissioner Bill Walker called the meeting of the Nodaway County Commission to order at the commissioner’s office. In attendance: Walker, Chris Burns, Scott Walk, associate commissioners and Melinda Patton, county clerk. Walk made a motion to approve the agenda as presented. The motion passed. Walk made a motion to approve prior commission minutes dated

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Fresh food mobile is coming to Skidmore

The Fresh Mobile Pantry sponsored by Second Harvest Community Food Bank is from 10 am to noon, Thursday, February 25 at the Skidmore Wildcat Park, 100 Adams Street, Skidmore. The pantry is open to the general public, while supplies last.

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Tenaska makes 1st payment to community fund

Tenaska Clear Creek made the first annual $15,000 community fund payment to the Nodaway County Commissioners, February 11. The funds are administered by the commissioners and Tenaska will make the payments for 20 years. South District Commissioner Scott Walk, Presiding Commissioner Bill Walker accepts the check from Tenaska plant manager Brent Cline as North Commissioner

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Skidmore looks to having all residents access water, sewer services

At the February 11 Skidmore City Council meeting, discussion was held on changing the water and sewer ordinances to require all people residing within the Skidmore city limits to have city water and sewer service. The city combines water, sewer and trash service fees on the city billing. Several individuals who don’t have water service

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Senior Center Board looks to long-term goals

The Nodaway County Senior Citizens Senate, Inc. board met February 17 and formed a committee to look at the long-term goals for the Nodaway County Senior Center. Discussion over the past few months have centered on projects the senior center needs to undertake including repaving the parking lot, possible repairs or replacement of the roof,

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BJ leaders hear water clients use online bill pay

The Burlington Jct., City Council handled the town’s monthly business and heard reports at the February 11 meeting. Mayor Dean Kelly noted he is inviting Rich Bartow to come back to a future meeting and explain more about the bond savings plan. Bonds can be paid in the 10th month to save interest for two

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Be our guest – Working together to make school happen at NTS

By Jeremy Ingraham, Northwest Technical School director This past fall a recurring theme throughout the news was about schools and whether students would or wouldn’t even be in school. If you remember schools shut down last spring and most never reopened. So for many schools the angst was real as to whether we would have

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