NEN holds suicide prevention walk

Northeast Nodaway is teaming up with Mosaic Medical Center to host a suicide prevention walk after the JV softball game vs. Platte Valley, Thursday, September 22. The “Be the Light” walk in honor of National Suicide Prevention Month will have fans and players walking a lap with flashlights provided by Mosaic.

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Chamber Ambassadors award Hearing Care Partners September Business of the Month

A thriving business community is a vital piece of a vibrant community. Locally, the Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors recognize the importance of customer service and honor the businesses who serve and support our community with the highest degree of care and professionalism. The Greater Maryville Chamber of Commerce seeks to further highlight this

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Local rock enthusiast thinks BIG

Filling their pockets of “pretty rocks” is a pastime of many youth and adults but Max Harden, a West Nodaway 1978 graduate, has taken rock collection to a whole new level. Known as the “Rock Man,”  Harden has developed Gemstones on Gemstone Road spanning several years. After the crops come out, Harden employs local bulldozer operators,

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Volunteer role players needed for annual emergency response training

Northwest Missouri State University will host its annual Missouri Hope emergency response field training exercise October 7 – 9 and invites students, employees and community members to work in volunteer roles during the exercise. Missouri Hope is a multidisciplinary mass casualty training experience at Mozingo Outdoor Education Recreation Area (MOERA) and the Mozingo Youth Camp.

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Guilford Fun Day cut short with drizzle rain

Many of the planned events for the 2022 Guilford Fun Day on September 10 were canceled due to the rainy weather. However Julie Farnan, representing the event’s committee, did read the decree which honored Roger Nelson as the grand marshal of the day. Nelson, a long-time resident of the town which is known for the

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UMC hosts fish, chicken fry

A fish and chicken fry will be held 11 am to 1:30 pm, Sunday, September 18 at the United Methodist Church, 415 South Main Street, Parnell. The menu includes white pollock fish, deep fried chicken, baked potatoes, cole slaw, baked beans, corn, green beans, hot rolls, desserts and drink. This is a freewill offering. The

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AL holds pancake breakfast

American Legion Post 464 will hold a pancake breakfast from 7 to 11 am, Sunday, September 18. The menu is pancakes, sausage, eggs, biscuits and gravy, juice and coffee. Cost is $8 donation minimum per person. Children six and under are free. Proceeds will go to the Sons of the American Legion Squadron 464. Information

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Lollipop Parade brings smiles

The 2022 Lollipop Parade, Conception Jct., on September 11 recognized the many first responders which reside in the Tri-C area with the group being honored as the grand marshals.

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Spoofhounds fall to Savannah in softball action

By Morgan Guyer The Maryville Spoofhound Softball Team lost a hard fought game at home against Savannah 5-2 September 13. It was a defensive affair for most of the game, as the score remained 0-0 through four innings. Savannah would get the first run of the game in the top of the fifth, but Maryville

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