East South Hills Drive at South Main Street will be closed to through traffic for a forty-eight (48) hour period beginning Tuesday, May 17th at 7 a.m. Contractor VF Anderson Builders, LLC will install a large diameter reinforced concrete storm drainage pipe which requires a temporary closure. Please note that businesses along E. South Hills
Beach volleyball is the 90th and newest NCAA sport. The 6th National Championship was played last weekend in Gulf Shores, AL. The USC Trojans won their fourth title. The per capita production of NCAA women’s beach volleyball players is greatest in some non-coastal states. Arizona leads followed by Nebraska, Hawaii, Alabama and Colorado. There are 91 NCAA
The Maryville City Council has moved forward on improvements to Walnut Street. During the May 9 regular meeting, city council members approved an agreement with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Kansas City, for professional consulting services for the North Walnut Street upgrade in an amount not to exceed $39,500. The agreement includes identifying storm drainage solutions and
Due to structural concerns, the Long Branch Bridge east of Maryville on US Route 136 is now closed. Contractors from Phillips Hardy, Inc., working with MoDOT, closed the bridge to all traffic May 11. Crews have been carefully monitoring the existing bridge during construction and noted stress fractures in the existing bridge girders which prompted
The city-wide cleanup will be from Monday, May 16 to Monday, May 23 in Skidmore.
Presiding Commissioner Bill Walker called the meeting of the Nodaway County Commission to order at the commissioner’s office. In attendance: Walker, Chris Burns and 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
Beautiful weather greeted graduates at Nodaway-Holt on May 7 and Northeast Nodaway and West Nodaway on May 8.
The Elmo Fish Fry will be serving from 5 to 7 pm, Saturday, May 14 at the Elmo Community Building. Indoor seating or carryout is available. The menu is fried fish, chicken, potatoes, salads and drink. Cost is $12 for ages 12 and up; children 11 and under are $5. Money raised goes to community
Missouri Governor Mike Parson flew into Maryville May 6 to tour the Northwest Technical School. Maryville Superintendent Becky Albrecht greeted the governor prior to the tour where the engineering curriculum was emphasized with the Project Lead The Way program. Keaton Stone, a junior who is part of the robotics team, demonstrated to the honored guest
The Maryville Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors recently chose the first Business of the Month award to Maryville Florists. The criteria for the nomination of Maryville business include: • Businesses must be in good standing with the Chamber • Have demonstrated outstanding support to the community or to the Chamber. • Provide superior customer service and/or