NCED hosts Market Street Pop-up Shops

The Market Street Pop-up Shop will host the following vendors starting at 11 am, until each is sold out at 408 North Market Street, Maryville. Angie Cakes, Wednesday, October 20, and the Good News Bakery on Thursday, October 21 and Friday, October 22. The pop-up shops are sponsored by Nodaway County Economic Development.

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Craft Carnival is coming to Clarinda

The 62nd annual Clarinda Craft Carnival will be from 8 am to 4 pm, Saturday, October 16. Billed as Iowa’s largest handmade craft show with more than 400 booths. There is a $5 entry fee with children 10 and under free. Free shuttles and parking are available at the Page County Fairgrounds, Clarinda Academy, Clarinda

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South Avenue and Munn Avenue Intersection

Due to anticipated increased traffic volumes along Munn Avenue associated with the South Main Corridor Improvement Project, Phase I, the intersection of South Avenue and Munn Avenue will be temporarily converted to a four-way stop. Staff will install stop signs, flashing lights, and early warning signage at 4 p.m. on Friday, October 15, 2021. All

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North Star Advocacy takes a ‘Walk in the Park’

A Walk in the Park will be held for the North Star Advocacy Center to bring awareness for domestic violence. It will be from 4:30 to 7 pm, Thursday, October 14 on the north side of the Albany square. There will be vendors, giveaways and a raffle with a drawing at 6:30 pm. North Star

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Maryville Christian Church plans bazaar

The ladies of the First Christian Church, 201 West Third, Maryville, are hosting an old fashioned bazaar beginning at 7 am, Thursday, October 14. They are offering coffee and baked goods during the morning, a beef and noodle meal from 5 to 7 pm for dinner as well as a bazaar throughout the day. The

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Pickering City Council accepts picnic tables

Before the beginning of the October 4 Pickering City Council meeting, the council looked at the two new picnic tables acquired for the Pickering City Park on October 1. The tables were donated by Dennis and Mika Porter of Porter Trash Services. The concrete pads were donated by Allen Ready Mix Concrete. Allen Tree Service,

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Clearmont leaders handle monthly business

The city council of Clearmont met September 21 to conduct the business of the town. Correspondence was received from Missouri Rural Water Association about the fall meeting October 28. United Electric Cooperative sent a member report. The water/sewer report noted 280,200 gallons used and there were no new shutoffs. The water bills were delivered late

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Hopkins to cancel street work for 2021

At the October 4 Hopkins City Council meeting, Water Operator Chris Bird said he did not want Mid-America Road Builders, Platte City, to do the street repair work at this late date. The company has postponed the work several times throughout the summer. Bird is concerned the chat material will not work into the street

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Geography with Goudge

The Major League Baseball playoffs are in full swing with the Division Series going on. The map displays, ‘The South’, dominating per capita production of elite baseball players along with higher values in western states. California alone, accounting for 140 or nearly 17% of all or 840 players. The Dominican Republic with 91 is second,

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MPAC installs final 2 sculptures 

The final two sculptures have been installed in the downtown Maryville area. The sculptures are selected by the Maryville Public Arts Committee and the installation will be celebrated at Arts, Rhythms and Brews from 1 to 4 pm, Saturday, October 23. Another sculpture from Jeff Satter entitled “Spectrum” has been installed in the Downtown Pocket

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